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Question 1: ________'s history of John D. Rockefeller and the Standard Oil Company
Abbie G. RogersIda M. TarbellWamsutta Oil RefineryVenango County, Pennsylvania

Question 2: ________ • Magazines • News agencies • Broadcast • Online • Photojournalism • Alternative media
News mediaNewspaperMedia biasDefamation

Question 3: Mark Dowie's Mother Jones magazine investigation of fatal dangers in the ________ automobile.
Ford PintoFord FiestaFord FairmontFord Falcon (Americas)

Question 4: Seymour Hersh's stories on the ________ during the Vietnam War
Colin PowellHugh Thompson, Jr.William CalleyMy Lai Massacre

Question 5: Fourth Estate • ________ • Infotainment • Media bias • Public relations • Yellow journalism
BlogDefamationState mediaFreedom of the press

Question 6: Investigative journalism is a form of journalism in which reporters deeply investigate a single topic of interest, often involving ________, political corruption, or corporate wrongdoing.
LawExtortionMurderCrime

Question 7: An investigative journalist may spend months or years ________ and preparing a report.
ResearchScholarly methodAcademic publishingScientific method

Question 8: News • Writing style • Ethics • Objectivity • Values • Attribution • ________ • Editorial independence • Education • Other topics
Fair commentHazingDefamationFalse light

Question 9: Woodward and Bernstein's reporting on the ________ break-in and other Nixon-administration-related crimes
Pat NixonCheckers speechWatergate scandalRichard Nixon

Question 10: Tell Me No Lies: Investigative Journalism That Changed the World, ________, ed.
Steve KroftWilfred BurchettJohn PilgerSeymour Hersh







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