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Question 1: (This is an early use of "mob" to mean the ________, the common masses.)
OchlocracyFascismMonarchyDemocracy

Question 2: The Third Estate, six hundred commoners." The book is a fictionalization from episodes in the lives of two real-life press barons: ________ and Rupert Murdoch.
Ari Ben-MenasheGeorge GallowaySeymour HershRobert Maxwell

Question 3: Fourth Estate • ________ • Infotainment • Media bias • Public relations • Yellow journalism
State mediaDefamationFreedom of the pressBlog

Question 4: Advocacy • Citizen • Civic • Collaborative • Community • Database • Gonzo • Investigative • Literary • ________ • Narrative • New • Opinion • Special Interest • Peace • Visual • Watchdog
DefamationJournalism ethics and standardsMedia biasMuckraker

Question 5: [5] Other candidates for coining the term are Henry Brougham speaking in Parliament in 1823 or 1824,[1] and ________ in an essay of 1827,[6] again in the context of the parliamentary press.
Sir George Trevelyan, 2nd BaronetCharles Grey, 2nd Earl GreyThomas Babington Macaulay, 1st Baron MacaulayBritish people

Question 6: News • Writing style • Ethics • Objectivity • Values • Attribution • ________ • Editorial independence • Education • Other topics
Fair commentHazingDefamationFalse light

Question 7: An early citation for this is ________ in The Covent Garden Journal (1752):
Joseph AndrewsHenry FieldingJohn FieldingThe Author's Farce

Question 8: ________ • Magazines • News agencies • Broadcast • Online • Photojournalism • Alternative media
DefamationNews mediaNewspaperMedia bias

Question 9: In his novel The Fourth Estate ________ made the observation: "In May 1789, Louis XVI summoned to Versailles a full meeting of the 'Estates General'.
First Among Equals (novel)Kane and Abel (novel)Jeffrey ArcherA Prison Diary







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