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Watchdog journalism: Quiz

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Question 1: Watchdog journalism is most commonly found in think tanks, alternative media, and citizen journalism such as ________.
BlogPolitical blogPermalinkBlog software

Question 2: Nieman Watchdog: Questions the Press Should Ask – Official site (Nieman Foundation for Journalism at ________).
Rutgers UniversityBrown UniversityHarvard CrimsonHarvard University

Question 3: Nieman Reports (Nieman Foundation for Journalism at ________) 53.2 (Summer 1998).
Harvard UniversityHarvard CrimsonBrown UniversityRutgers University

Question 4: For examples from the United States, see list in ________.
Media bias in the United StatesFox News ChannelJohn McCainAnn Coulter

Question 5: In recent history, a notable example of watchdog journalism was the exposure of ________'s investigative segment which cast George W. Bush's military record in an unfavorable light.
CBS NewsDan RatherCBS Evening NewsKatie Couric

Question 6: The segment was based on the ________, which blogger journalists exposed as being insufficiently verifiable as authentic.
George W. BushBill ClintonDan RatherKillian documents controversy

Question 7: It is occasionally found in ________ as well.
News mediaPublishingInternetMass media







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