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At a ________________, a government representative gives a presentation on an issue and the public is given time to share their thoughts and opinions. A. party convention B. federal meeting C. public hearing D. political forum
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At a Public Hearing, a government representative gives a presentation on an issue and the public is given time to share their thoughts and opinions.
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Drawing electoral-district boundaries in a way to favor a particular group is called? A. gerrymandering B. redistricting C. cheating D. salamandering
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Define propaganda. A. spreading rumors to influence people's beliefs B. propagating the truth C. reporting only one side of an issue D. accusing the government of withholding information
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In order for the media to be sued for libel, the media must act with what intent? A. actual malice B. personal slander C. criminal intent D. civil disobedience
Weegy: The correct answer is A. Actual Malice User: 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. Weegy: The practice of the media trying to influence events rather than just reporting on them is known as D. yellow journalism. (More)
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