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Q1 Which of these is not a type of film?
Melodrama
Villain
Adventure
Tragedy

Q2 Listening to netcasting while doing other things is referred to as ____
double tasking
audiocasting
multicasting
multitasking

Q3 All these are factors that determine the influence of the media except ____
social categories
Individual differences
personal relationship
media creativity

Q4 ___ was a magician that who used his magical techniques to manipulate effect in films?
Eadweard Muybridge
James Tucker
Joseph Addison
George Melies

Q5 The newspaper format for Publick Occurrences both Foreign and Domestick, was ____?
Eadweard Muybridge
James Tucker
Joseph Addison
George Melies

Q6 In the silent period, the early silent films relied on ____
Mime
epic
photographs
kinetoscope

Q7 Sound was introduced to motion picture in ___
1920
1923
1929
1930

Q8 The first man to demonstrate the practical application of radio waves was ___
Alexander Popov
Michael Faraday
Henry Ward
Mahlon Loomis

Q9 Electromagnetic induction was discovered by ___
Henry Ward
Mahlon Loomis
Michael Faraday
None of the options

Q10 Electromagnetic induction was discovered in ___
1831
1877
1900
1901

Q11 The first newspaper in Germany was published in ___
1607
1608
1609
1670

Q12 The first true newspaper in English was ___
American Herald
London Gazette
American Times
The Times

Q13 One of the notable landmark in the history printing is ___
Perfection of Gutenberg printing technology
Introduction of wooden block press by the chinese
Discovery of movable clay type
None of the options

Q14 Stages in relationship building starts and ends with ___ and ___.
Intensification and Exploration
Exploration and Formalisation
Formalisation and Dissolution
Exploration and Dissolution

Q15 Which of verbal and non-verbal communication gives a lot of feedback?
Both
Verbal
Non-verbal
None of the two

Q16 Which of these is not a form of written communication?
Prescription
Print
Discussion
Transcription

Q17 One of these is a demerit of oral communication
nonpermanent
undeniable
It can be distorted
None of the options

Q18 Which of these is not an advatage of oral communication?
immediate feed
it enriches the speaker thinking capacity
it allows for immediate clarification
It enriches interpersonal relationship

Q19 Monologue means ___
Soliloquy
Intra-personal communication
Speech you make to yourself
All of the options

Q20 __ is a form of oral communication which involves speeches that are intended for reproduction in writing.
Diction
Monologue
Idiolet
Discussion

Q21 Which media theory explains the process by which television symbols dominate other sources of information?
Knowledge Gap
Agenda Setting
Main Streaming
Two-Step Flow

Q22 Which of these is not an element involved in Agenda setting of the media?
Frequency of the reporting
Degree of conflict generated in the reports
Prominence given to the reports
None of the options

Q23 ___ posits that the mass media determines the issues that are regarded as important at a givien time in a particular environment
Agenda Setting
Framing theory
Priming theory
Normative theories

Q24 A mental recasting of a message so that its meaning is in line with a person’s beliefs and attitudes is known as ___
Selective perception
Selective attention
Selective exposure
Selective retention

Q25 One of these cannot be considered as part of selective processes in Dissonance Theory.
Exposure
Attention
Perception
None of the options

Q26 Which of these is not among the Limited Effect theories of the media?
Two-step Flow
Magic Bullet
Individual-Differences
Dissonance

Q27 An example of All-powerful Media Effect theory is ___
Democratic participant
Social Responsibility
Magic Bullet
None of the options

Q28 The notion that average people are defenseless of the media influence is entrenched in ___ theory
Normative
Two-step Flow
Three-step Flow
All-Powerful Media Effect

Q29 Which of these is not a normative theory?
Libertarian
Sovient-Communist
Authoritarian
None of the options

Q30 Which of these statement is true about Libertarian media theory?
It is practiced in many developed countries
No country practice full libertarian media theory
It has the similar characteristics with authoritarian media theory
None of the options

Q31 The central focus of Social Responsibility media theory is ___
Self-regulation
Professionalism
Controlled media
None of the options

Q32 The Hutchins Commision on Freedom of the press was established in ___
1930
1935
1942
1947

Q33 Which of these is not among the principle of Sovient-Communist media theory?
Mass culture
Partiality
Truthfulness
Impatiality

Q34 The relationship between the government and the media in a libatarian media theory is ___
Vertical
Horizontal
Parallel
Diagonal

Q35 In Libertarian media theory, press is seen as ___
government agency
anti-government body
free market place
None of the options

Q36 In authoritarian media theory, the media ___
is independent
enjoys free press
is dependent
enjoys immunity

Q37 The relationship between the government and the media in an authoritarian media theory is ___
Vertical
Horizontal
Parallel
Diagonal

Q38 Extracting meaning from the facts observed is ___ stage of the scientific process towards arriving at a theory.
Operationalisation
Observation
Testing
Analysis

Q39 ___ explains the modification in the communication theories to accommodate new facts
Dynamism
Heuristic potential
Practical utility
Internal consistency

Q40 If a communication theory is used to solve a real life problem, then it has ___
Explanatory power
Practical utility
Heuristic potential
Internal consistency

Q41 Hub Communication Model is ___
Linear
Triangular
Interrogative
Concentric circles

Q42 Which communication model emphasise overlap function between the source and the destination for communication to take place?
Lasswell
Shannon and Weaver
Schramm
None of the options

Q43 Which communication model reduces the communication process to a set of mathematical formular?
Lasswell
Shannon and Weaver
Schramm
None of the options

Q44 “What” in the Lasswell communication model is reffering to the ____
message
channel
source
reciever

Q45 Which of these communivcation models makes provision for Noise?
Lasswell
Shannon and Weaver
Schramm
None of the options

Q46 The Lasswell Communication Model is ___ in nature.
analytical
interogative
interpretative
None of the options

Q47 The interference that keeps a message from being understood is regarded as ___
Feedback
Blockage
Sound proof
Noise

Q48 Which of the communication process takes place when a message is processed, understood and interpreted?
Transmission
Response
Decoding
Encoding

Q49 Which of these process of communication is in the best order?
Transmission – Reception – Decoding – Response
Transmission – Decoding – Response – Reception
Reception – Decoding – Response – Transmission
Decoding – Transmission – Response – Reception

Q50 The point at which the source sees the need to communicate is regarded as ___
stimulation
decoding
assimilation
provocation

Q51 Encoding of messages is a function performed by ___
the audience
message reciever
message source
All of the options

Q52 Communication as a process is ___
cyclical
dynamic
recursive
All of the options

Q53 One of these is not an attribute of communication.
personal
unplanned
unrepeatable
irreversible

Q54 Which of these is not a peculiar characteristic of mass communication?
cost
fidelity
universality
limited

Q55 “You cannot not communicate” means that communication is ___
unimaginable
irrelevant
unavoidable
irrevocable

Q56 Which of these is not among the major functions of the gatekeepers?
reinterpreting
expanding
conceeding
reorganizing

Q57 Which of these is not a distinctive feature of mass communication?
Personal presence
Presence of gatekeepers
Delayed feedbak
Limited sensory channels

Q58 Mass communication is a means of disseminating information or message to ___ audience
heterogeneous
anonymous
large
All of the options

Q59 Which of these is not a function of communication?
cultural integration
politiical development
social interaction
None of the options

Q60 The word “Communication” is from ___ language
Greek
Latin
French
None of the options

Q61 Which of these is a sport radio?
Radio Continental
VON
Brilla FM
Radio Nigeria

Q62 Which of these magazine is known for pure photo journalism?
Tell
The News
Ovation
All of the options

Q63 Editorial function of the media is otherwise known as ___ function
Surveillance
Entertainment
Correlation
None of the Options

Q64 Sound was introduced to motion picture in ___
1923
1927
1929
1930

Q65 Which of these is a community radio?
Brilla FM
Radio Continental
Star FM
None of the options

Q66 Documentary films are different from fictional films because they
deal with real life situation
with wildlife
focus on individual and places
None of the options

Q67 Which of the following statements about interpreting nonverbal codes is accurate?
Non verbal cues have definite meanings
Meanings are linked to specific nonverbal codes
Non verbal codes provide precise clues about intention
Single nonverbal cue can be interpreted in a variety of ways

Q68 Communication is �??instrumental�?� means that_________
it influences and control
it satisfies
it is ever-changing
it cannot be reversed once given

Q69 An example of a government-owned newspaper is
Tribune
Herald
Daily Independent
Business Times

Q70 The following are advantages of oral communication except
it is a learnable and improvable human activity
it is a more accurate reflection of thought and attitude of the speaker
it creates and sustains warm
none of the options

Q71 The similarity between the meaning perceived by the receiver as conceived by the source is
fidelity
isormophism
isomorphism
None of the options

Q72 ___ is the invasion of an indigenous people�??s culture, through mass media, by outside, powerful countries
Cultural Imperialism
Economic Imperialism
Political Imperialism
None of the Options

Q73 Who was the proponent of the play theory was
William Shakespeare
William Stephenson
William Wilberforce
None of the Options

Q74 Disruption in communication due to depression is called ___ noise
Emotional
Psychological
Ecological
None of the Options

Q75 The person who packages the message in a way that it can be communicated is the
Source
Encoder
Designer
Sender

Q76 Examples of narrowcast or non-broadcast media are
Internet and television
Cable TV and radio
Film and radio
Internet and Cable TV

Q77 The initiator of a communication message is____.
Source
Channel
Encoder
Decoder

Q78 Which of the following characterizes persuasion?
Forcing people to think or behave as you wish
Tricking people to gain compliance
Giving people the ability to choose
All of the options

Q79 Self-awareness is developed through
Communication with ourselves
Communication with others
The self-fulfilling prophecy
options A and B

Q80 Which of the following is the advantage of studying communication?
It will improve the way you see yourself
It will improve the way others see you
It will teach you life skills
All of the options

 

“You cannot not communicate” means that communication is ___

 

The point at which the source sees the need to communicate is regarded as ___

 

One of these is not an attribute of communication….

 

“What” in the Lasswell communication model is reffering to the ____

 

The Lasswell Communication Model is ___ in nature….

 

Which of the communication process takes place when a message is processed, understood and interpreted?….

 

Which of these is not among the major functions of the gatekeepers?…

 

Which of these process of communication is in the best order?….

 

Which of these is not a distinctive feature of mass communication?….

 

Which communication model emphasise overlap function between the source and the destination for communication to take place?….

 

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