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13 terms
Principles of Journalism
Journalism's first obligation is to th…
Journalism's first loyalty is to _____…
Journalism's essence is a discipline o…
Journalism's practitioners must mainta…
Truth
Citizens
Verification
Independence
Journalism's first obligation is to th…
Truth
Journalism's first loyalty is to _____…
Citizens
10 terms
Principles of Journalism
Journalism's first obligation is to the
Journalism's first loyalty is to
The essence of journalism is
Those who practice journalism must
truth
citizens
a discipline of verification
maintain an independence from those they cover
Journalism's first obligation is to the
truth
Journalism's first loyalty is to
citizens
10 terms
Principles of Journalism
1
2
3
4
obligation to the truth
loyalty to citizens
verification
independence of the journalist
1
obligation to the truth
2
loyalty to citizens
10 terms
The Principles of Journalism
#1
#2
#3
#4
Journalism's first obligation is to the truth.
Our loyalty is to the citizens.
Journalism is a discipline of verification.
We must remain independent.
#1
Journalism's first obligation is to the truth.
#2
Our loyalty is to the citizens.
10 terms
The Principles of Journalism
obligation
citizens
discipline
independent
journalism's first obligation is to the truth.
our loyalty is to the citizens
journalism is a discipline of verification
we must remain independent
obligation
journalism's first obligation is to the truth.
citizens
our loyalty is to the citizens
10 terms
Principles of Journalism
Truth
Loyalty
Discipline
Independent
First obligation is to the truth
Loyalty is to the citizens
Journalism is a discipline of verification
We must remain independent
Truth
First obligation is to the truth
Loyalty
Loyalty is to the citizens
25 terms
Journalism principles
Inverted Pyramid
Straight news lead
Summary lead
Blind lead
Most important information goes first. Used to make it easier…
Just the facts
Longer than straight, more than just one fact
People in the story are not named
Inverted Pyramid
Most important information goes first. Used to make it easier…
Straight news lead
Just the facts
10 terms
Principles of Journalism
Journalism's first obligation is to
Our loyalty is to
Journalism is
We must remain
the truth
the citizens
a discipline of verification
independent
Journalism's first obligation is to
the truth
Our loyalty is to
the citizens
10 terms
Principles of journalism
Journalism's first obligation
Our loyalty
Journalism is a
We must remain
Is to the truth
Is to the citizens
Discipline of verification
Independent
Journalism's first obligation
Is to the truth
Our loyalty
Is to the citizens
53 terms
PRINCIPLES OF JOURNALISM
principle
journalism
regardless
underline/emphasize
原则
新闻学
无论
强调
principle
原则
journalism
新闻学
10 terms
Principles of journalism
journalism's first obligation is to th…
our loyalty is to the citizens
journalism is a discipline of verifica…
we must remain independent
journalism's first....
our loyalty...
journalism is...
we must...
journalism's first obligation is to th…
journalism's first....
our loyalty is to the citizens
our loyalty...
9 terms
Principles of Journalism
Journalism's first obligation
Its first loyalty
Its essence is
Its practitioners must maintain an
is to the truth
is to citizens
a discipline of verification
independence from those they cover
Journalism's first obligation
is to the truth
Its first loyalty
is to citizens
36 terms
Principles of journalism
Timliness
Conflict
Impact
Currency
News value recent
News value, argument debate
News value, changes lives, wide-range news
News value major topics
Timliness
News value recent
Conflict
News value, argument debate
10 terms
Principles of Journalism
Accuracy
Clarity
Brevity
Relevance
Making sure that the piece is correct and truthful.
Making sure people understand what the journalist says.
Using the right words. (brief)
How important something is. (will people read it?)
Accuracy
Making sure that the piece is correct and truthful.
Clarity
Making sure people understand what the journalist says.
16 terms
Principles of journalism
Timliness
Conflict
Impact
Currency
News value recent
News value, argument debate
News value, changes lives, wide-range news
News value major topics
Timliness
News value recent
Conflict
News value, argument debate
10 terms
Unit 10-Principles of Journalism
adequately
compile
cover
ethics
enough for a particular purpose
put together from different sources
report in detail
rules about what is right and wrong
adequately
enough for a particular purpose
compile
put together from different sources
14 terms
CT2 - Principles of Journalism
adequately
compiled
covered
ethics
enough for a particular purpose
put together from different sources
reported the details of a news event
rules about what is right and wrong
adequately
enough for a particular purpose
compiled
put together from different sources
109 terms
Principles of Journalism Exam 2
Information=
News=
Journalist news=
commodity
not news
not simple information
info synthesis
-a product, usually produced and/or sold by many different co…
Information=
not news
News=
not simple information
113 terms
Principles of Journalism Exam 3
dilemma
everyman/everywoman
prima facie
why the New York Times effort with Blair
a situation requiring a choice between equally undesirable al…
fictional character; represents society
at first appearance; at first view; before investigations, se…
-to get the truth of the matter... -truth is a cardinal (princip…
dilemma
a situation requiring a choice between equally undesirable al…
everyman/everywoman
fictional character; represents society
10 terms
Unit 10 Principles of Journalism
adequately
compile
cover
ethics
enough for a particular purpose
put together from different sources
report the details of a news event
rules about what is right and wrong
adequately
enough for a particular purpose
compile
put together from different sources
10 terms
Unit 10 - Principles of Journalism
adequate (adj)
compile (v)
cover (v)
ethics (n)
satisfactory or acceptable, sufficient
to put together
to report, to broadcast
moral principles that affect a person's behavior
adequate (adj)
satisfactory or acceptable, sufficient
compile (v)
to put together
10 terms
Unit 10 Principles of Journalism
adequately
compile
cover
ethics
enough for a particular purpose
put together from different sources
report the details of a news event
rules about what is right and wrong
adequately
enough for a particular purpose
compile
put together from different sources
9 terms
Journalism Ethical Principles
Credibility
Accuracy
Objectivity
Good Taste
the quality of being believable or trustworthy
the quality of being correct or precise
the state of mind that journalists acquire to make them fair,…
avoiding sensationalism and racy material, respecting privacy…
Credibility
the quality of being believable or trustworthy
Accuracy
the quality of being correct or precise
208 terms
Principles of Journalism Midterm
yellow journalism
citizen journalism
truth
citizens
sensationalist journalism
news and media put forth by citizens in blogs, internet, edit…
Journalism's first obligation is to the ______.
Journalism's first loyalty is to the ______.
yellow journalism
sensationalist journalism
citizen journalism
news and media put forth by citizens in blogs, internet, edit…
208 terms
Principles of Journalism Midterm
yellow journalism
citizen journalism
truth
citizens
sensationalist journalism
news and media put forth by citizens in blogs, internet, edit…
Journalism's first obligation is to the ______.
Journalism's first loyalty is to the ______.
yellow journalism
sensationalist journalism
citizen journalism
news and media put forth by citizens in blogs, internet, edit…
108 terms
Principles of American Journalism FINAL
What are the key roles of journalism i…
What are the key responsibilities of j…
What is Samuel Adams perspective of pr…
What is the philosophy inspired by Pre…
Mirror, Watchdog, and Marketplace
1. analyze, inform, interpret, explain... 2. investigate... 3. crea…
"Nothing so justly terrible to tyrants...as a free press"
Power changes you (as with the Alien Sedition Acts)
What are the key roles of journalism i…
Mirror, Watchdog, and Marketplace
What are the key responsibilities of j…
1. analyze, inform, interpret, explain... 2. investigate... 3. crea…
40 terms
Principles of Journalism Final
What is journalism?
What is the primary purpose of journal…
What is the role of journalism in demo…
What are the elements of journalism?
According to Principles, journalism is a set of transparent,…
According to Elements, the primary purpose of journalism is t…
The role of journalism is to play the mirror, the watchdog an…
-Journalism's first obligation is to the truth... -Journalism's…
What is journalism?
According to Principles, journalism is a set of transparent,…
What is the primary purpose of journal…
According to Elements, the primary purpose of journalism is t…
20 terms
CT2.10 Principles of Journalism
adequate
compile
cover
ethics
sufficient, enough, acceptable, satisfactory ... Ex: The food a…
assemble, put together, gather, collect ... Ex. IEC is going to…
report on, analyze, describe ... EX. The journalist ___________…
morals, values, principles, ideals, standards ... Ex. It is impo…
adequate
sufficient, enough, acceptable, satisfactory ... Ex: The food a…
compile
assemble, put together, gather, collect ... Ex. IEC is going to…
20 terms
CT2.10 Principles of Journalism
adequate
compile
cover
ethics
sufficient, enough, acceptable, satisfactory ... Ex: The food a…
assemble, put together, gather, collect ... Ex. IEC is going to…
report on, analyze, describe ... EX. The journalist ___________…
morals, values, principles, ideals, standards ... Ex. It is impo…
adequate
sufficient, enough, acceptable, satisfactory ... Ex: The food a…
compile
assemble, put together, gather, collect ... Ex. IEC is going to…
6 terms
Key Principles of Journalism
obligation to the
first loyalty is to
essence is a discipline of
maintain an independence from
truth
the citizens
verification
those they cover
obligation to the
truth
first loyalty is to
the citizens
10 terms
Unit 10 principles of Journalism
adequately
compiled
covered
ethics
enough for a particular purpose
put together from different sources
to report information
rules about what is right and wrong
adequately
enough for a particular purpose
compiled
put together from different sources
23 terms
principles of american journalism
democracy
press
accountability
credibility
system of government in which the people govern themselves. c…
originally a term referring to printed newspapers and magazin…
oversight. two kinds: horizontal and vertical. chief function…
combination of trustworthiness and expertise that makes us mo…
democracy
system of government in which the people govern themselves. c…
press
originally a term referring to printed newspapers and magazin…
40 terms
Principles of American Journalism Vocab
Three Metaphors of Wickramatunga's edi…
Five commonly discussed needs democrac…
Information dissemination
Accountability
1. mirror--society can see itself, warts and all... 2. watchdog-…
information dissemination, accountability, representation, de…
press needs to decide what people need to know. They don't ne…
democracy needs some way to hold those in power responsible f…
Three Metaphors of Wickramatunga's edi…
1. mirror--society can see itself, warts and all... 2. watchdog-…
Five commonly discussed needs democrac…
information dissemination, accountability, representation, de…
14 terms
Journalism 203: Elements and Principles of Design
line
shape
direction
size
Line can be considered in two ways. The linear marks made wit…
A shape is a self contained defined area of geometric or orga…
All lines have direction - Horizontal, Vertical or Oblique. H…
Size is simply the relationship of the area occupied by one s…
line
Line can be considered in two ways. The linear marks made wit…
shape
A shape is a self contained defined area of geometric or orga…
10 terms
Unit 10 Principles of Journalism
adequately
compiled
covered
ethics
in a way that is enough in quantity, or good enough in qualit…
produce (something, especially a list, report, or book) by as…
having a layer or amount of something on it
moral principles that control or influence a person's behaviour
adequately
in a way that is enough in quantity, or good enough in qualit…
compiled
produce (something, especially a list, report, or book) by as…
9 terms
Principles of American journalism
Accountability
Representation
Deliberation and conflict resolution
Mirror
Democracys need to hold those in power for their actions
ALL people have the chance to be heard no matter the circumst…
Address democracy's need for a forum so the public can debate…
Representation and info dissemination
Accountability
Democracys need to hold those in power for their actions
Representation
ALL people have the chance to be heard no matter the circumst…
27 terms
The Principles of Multimedia Journalism
mostly one continuous narrative
one primary media form
lean back, not interactive
the project is more about covering a t…
continuous
continuous
continuous
comprehensive
mostly one continuous narrative
continuous
one primary media form
continuous
98 terms
History and Principles of Journalism
The obligation of journalists
Hate speech
Meaning of "The Fourth Estate"
To publish or not to publish
Report the truth
Covered in the First Amendment
We help keep the other 3 branches of government in check
Consider your reason for publishing/Principles of Journalism
The obligation of journalists
Report the truth
Hate speech
Covered in the First Amendment
13 terms
principles of journalism: exam 1
attribution
how to find stories
7 values that determine newsworthiness
how is news made?
attribute facts and opinions to their source, "who said it"
enterprise stories, PR, talking with people, observation, ass…
1) timeliness 2) impact 3) currency 4) conflict 5) novelty/em…
"while the form may change, the values do not"
attribution
attribute facts and opinions to their source, "who said it"
how to find stories
enterprise stories, PR, talking with people, observation, ass…
9 terms
Principles of Journalism Midterm
Amanda Morales
Hilary Winocoor
Laura Stevens
Macy McClintock
UCF alumna... works at Observer (community newspaper in Sarasota…
student journalist UCF ... Guest speaker week 3... story about canc…
amazon econ reporter ... guest speaker week four ... Wall street jo…
15, guest speaker week five ... story UCF track star ... sports edi…
Amanda Morales
UCF alumna... works at Observer (community newspaper in Sarasota…
Hilary Winocoor
student journalist UCF ... Guest speaker week 3... story about canc…
53 terms
Principles of Journalism Test 2
Principles of Journalism Test 2
What is journalism's first loyalty?
What is the essence of journalism?
Whom must journalists maintain an inde…
Principles of Journalism Test 2
To its citizens: readers, viewers, listeners.
The discipline of verification.
Those they cover.
Principles of Journalism Test 2
Principles of Journalism Test 2
What is journalism's first loyalty?
To its citizens: readers, viewers, listeners.
47 terms
Principles of Journalism, Test 1
Which is not a characteristic of democ…
The watchdog role is most closely link…
Oracle founder Larry Ellison bought 97…
Which metaphor most aptly describes jo…
An individual or small group holding power
Accountability
journalism encourages accountability, journalism creates a pu…
journalists as watchdogs
Which is not a characteristic of democ…
An individual or small group holding power
The watchdog role is most closely link…
Accountability
47 terms
Principles of Journalism, Test 1
tabloid style
broad sheet style
inverted pyramid
economy, advertising revenues, informa…
magazine-like style
a style common in metropolitan areas
the habit of writing most important info first and gradually…
5 challenges of journalism
tabloid style
magazine-like style
broad sheet style
a style common in metropolitan areas
21 terms
Principles of Journalism Test #2
ethical dilemma
theories of Aristotle
Kant
Mill
This is a situation in which there is no clear right course o…
Golden mean- In range of options take the middle path- the on…
For sake of society, some rules must be universal. Act as if…
Greatest good for the greatest number. Minimize harm to those…
ethical dilemma
This is a situation in which there is no clear right course o…
theories of Aristotle
Golden mean- In range of options take the middle path- the on…
54 terms
Principles of Journalism Exam 2
Characteristics of reporters
Accuracy
Deadline
Scoop
boldness, curiosity, speed, memory, competitiveness, memory,…
Techniques of gathering and checking facts (various POV, cred…
when it's due
first to know
Characteristics of reporters
boldness, curiosity, speed, memory, competitiveness, memory,…
Accuracy
Techniques of gathering and checking facts (various POV, cred…
9 terms
The Nine Principles of Journalism
Truth
Loyalty
Verification
Independence
Is the source or method practical? Is it true?
Commitment to the citizens and the public over advertisers an…
Fact checking; the use of multiple sources and accurate metho…
Avoiding devoted or bias statements in a story or quote.
Truth
Is the source or method practical? Is it true?
Loyalty
Commitment to the citizens and the public over advertisers an…
9 terms
Journalism: Design Principles
Contrast
Color
What to avoid with contrast?
Repetition
When design items are distinctly different, gets the attentio…
A bold color with a soft color create contrast
Using two or more typefaces that are similar, contrasting bro…
Visual elements are repeated through out the pages of publica…
Contrast
When design items are distinctly different, gets the attentio…
Color
A bold color with a soft color create contrast
10 terms
Principles of journalism / media
Guglielmo Marconi
Hertz's legacy
When did the Public discover radio
David Sarnoff
Radio telegraphy ("the wireless")
Measurement unit of electromagnetic waves
1912, Titanic makes its first and last voyage across the Atla…
. Worked for Marconi... . Wanted to make radio a household item…
Guglielmo Marconi
Radio telegraphy ("the wireless")
Hertz's legacy
Measurement unit of electromagnetic waves
20 terms
Principles of Journalism Test 2
What are the 4 trends emerging in news?
What are the code of ethics?
First Amendment
what did william brennan say?
-Payment for Web Access to... News... -New Funding Models for... Journ…
1.seek the truth and report it... 2. minimize harm
Congress shall make no law abridging the freedom of speech
If there is a bedrock principle underlying the... First Amendmen…
What are the 4 trends emerging in news?
-Payment for Web Access to... News... -New Funding Models for... Journ…
What are the code of ethics?
1.seek the truth and report it... 2. minimize harm
48 terms
Principles of journalism midterm review
News values
Mortal sins
Perceived bias
Bias
Accuracy, objectivity, clarity, fairness, completeness
Deception, conflict of interest, bias, fabrication, theft, bu…
Bias that the audience can notice
Doesn't matter if the audience picks it up or not
News values
Accuracy, objectivity, clarity, fairness, completeness
Mortal sins
Deception, conflict of interest, bias, fabrication, theft, bu…
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