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Which Greek leader invaded Persia around 330 B.C.E.? A. Chieftain Achaemenes B. Genghis Khan C. Mustafa Kemal Atatürk D. Alexander the Great
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The practice in the mass media of making stories seem more important than they might really be is called A. trivial pursuit. B. sensationalism. C. propaganda. D. yellow journalism
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The practice in the mass media of making stories seem more important than they might really be is called sensationalism.
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The practice of the media trying to influence events rather than just reporting on them is known as A. blue journalism. B. green journalism. C. red journalism. D. yellow journalism User: Journalism that intentionally and transparently adopts a non-objective viewpoint is known as A. tabloid journalism. B. advocacy journalism. C. traditional journalism. D. neutral journalism.
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The practice of the media trying to influence events rather than just reporting on them is known as yellow journalism.



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