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   Civics 7 CHAPTER 16 Review
                Chapter 16
             JEOPARDY REVIEW
Propaganda     Polling   Government   News Media



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         Question: Propaganda For $100



                  True or False
              Propaganda appeals
                to people’s minds
                 more than their
                    emotions.
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            Answer: Propaganda for $100




Propaganda appeals to people’s
minds more than their emotions.
              False
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        Question: Propaganda for $200

                   True or False
                 The “plain folks”
                   approach is an
                    example of a
                     propaganda
                      technique.
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             Answer: Propaganda for $200



The “plain folks” approach is
      an example of a
  propaganda technique.
               True
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          Question: Propaganda for $300
           Which of the following is
            a way that propaganda
                could be spread?
                 1- billboards
            2- car bumper stickers
                   3- movies
                 4- all of these
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            Answer: Propaganda for $300


Which of the following is a way that
  propaganda could be spread?
            billboards
       car bumper stickers
              movies

     4- all of these
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             Question:   Propaganda for $400
                Trying to convince people that
                   “everybody” uses a certain
                      product is known as:
                           1- card stacking
                         2- bandwagon appeal
                            3- association

                       4-
Click here for the answer name calling
               Answer: Propaganda for $400


Trying to convince people that “everybody” uses a
            certain product is known as:


2- bandwagon appeal

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          Question: Propaganda for $500
             When a political candidate says that
                 he or she is in favor of “the
               American family” and “good old
               apple pie” the candidate is using
                  what sort of propaganda?

                  1- Glittering Generalities
                      2- name calling
                        3- testimonial
                        4- association
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                Answer: Propaganda for $500


When a political candidate says that he or she is in
 favor of “the American family” and “good old apple
       pie” the candidate is using what sort of
                    propaganda?

       1- Glittering
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                 Question: Polling
                     for $100
                      True or False

                People who take
               public opinion polls
               are called pollsters.

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                   Answer: Polling
                       $100

People who take public opinion
  polls are called pollsters.

               True
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                 Question: Polling

                     for $200

                  True or False
               A Sample is a small
                group taken from a
                   large group.

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                  Answer: Polling

                   for $200
A Sample is a small group taken
     from a large group.
               True
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                Question: Polling

                    for $300
                 True or False
              George Gallup is the
                name of a person
               who founded a well-
                known, poll-taking
                  organization.
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                 Answer: Polling

                   for $300
George Gallup is the name of a
  person who founded a well-
known, poll-taking organization.
              True
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                Question: Polling

                    for $400
                     True or False
           Polling a representative sample
           usually will show what the entire
           population thinks about current
                         issues.


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                     Answer: Polling

                       for $400

 Polling a representative sample usually will
show what the entire population thinks about
                current issues.

                 True
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                 Question:   Polling for $500
               Taking a poll involves:
               1- counting the number of people
                       at a public meeting
                2- asking people questions and
                     recording their answers
                   3- recording the number of
              telegrams and phone calls about a
                          specific issue
              4- getting together a small group of
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                    answer
                  Answer: Polling
                   for $500




     Taking a poll involves:
 2- asking people questions
and recording their answers

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       Question: Government for $100

                     True or False
              Most young people, when
              registering to vote for the
              first time, do not register
             with the political party their
                  parent belongs to.
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             Answer: Government
                    for $100
Most young people, when registering to
 vote for the first time, do not register
  with the political party their parent
               belongs to.


               False
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       Question: Government for $200


              True or False
             A campaign is a
            contest for political
                  office.
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          Answer: Government for $200

A campaign is a contest for
     political office.
               True
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              Question: Government
                     for $300
              One of the largest expenses for
              candidates running for national
                            office is:
                1- getting the testimonial of a
                        famous person
                2- taking public opinion polls
                       3- buying tv time
                   traveling
                4- answer to state capitals.
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              Answer: Government
                     for $300
One of the largest expenses for candidates
       running for national office is:

    3- buying tv time

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         Question: Government for $400


              Beliefs about government and
          problems of government are influenced
                             by :
                 1- parents and teachers
                     2- news reporters
                  3- government leaders
                       4- all of these

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              Answer: Government
                     for $400
  Beliefs about government and problems of
        government are influenced by :
             parents and teachers
                news reporters
              government leaders

     4- all of these
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            Question: Government
                    for $500
                 How many
            representatives are
          there in the U.S. house
           of Representatives?
             99 100 435        538
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         Answer: Government for $500


How many representatives are
  there in the U.S. house of
      Representatives?

              435
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            Question: News Media
                   for $100

                 True or False
              Newspapers are the
                 main source of
              information for most
               people in the U.S.
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                  Answer:
             News Media for $100
   Newspapers are the main
  source of information for most
       people in the U.S.
              False
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            Question: News Media
                   for $200


                True or False
         A syndicated writer is one
          whose column appears
         only in a local newspaper.

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             Answer: News Media
                   for $200


A syndicated writer is one whose
 column appears only in a local
          newspaper.
               False
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              Question: News Media
                     for $300
            Which of the following would not
             be an example of the news
                        media?
           1- radio
           2- tv
           3- “time” magazine
             4- a book about
Click here for the answer the President
        Answer: News Media for $300

 Which of the following would not be an
     example of the news media?


  4- a book about the
            President
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             Question: News Media
                    for $400
           The President of the U.S. often
                    uses TV to:
           1- persuade people to support his/her
                            policy
          2- make people feel they are present at
              the scene of an important event
           3- present his or her personal opinion
                    on issues and events
                        4- all
Click here for the answer of these
                 Answer: News Media
                       for $400
The President of the U.S. often uses TV to:
    persuade people to support his/her policy
make people feel they are present at the scene of
                an important event
present his or her personal opinion on issues and
                     events

        4- all of these
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               Question: News Media
                      for $500
                  “Prime Time” is:

             1- 7:00AM to 9:00 AM
             2- 7:00PM to 10:00 PM
               3- Noon to 2:00 PM
             4- 6:00PM to 9:00 PM
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          Answer: News Media for $500

           “Prime Time” is:

  2- 7:00PM to 10:00 PM


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 And now it’s time for…

FINAL JEOPARDY
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Category:
   Propaganda Techniques
                       Question: Propaganda Techniques
                        Name Calling(2) Plain Folk(2) BANDWAGON (2)
                       Glittering Generalities      Testimonial      Association     Card Stacking

1.   “My opponent was a draft dodger in the 1960’s…he refused to fight for his country.”
2.   “When the U.S. got into WWI we had a Democratic President. When we got into WWII we had
     a Democratic President…if you want to vote for peace, vote Republican.”
3.    “Everyone I talked to at the party said they planned to vote for Ewing. I guess I might as well
     vote for him too.”
4.    “You people know me as the quarterback from this year’s Super bowl Championship team…but
     today I’m here to talk to you about what a fine job mayor mr. Kauffmann would be”
5.   “If elected, I will work for equality and freedom for all Americans.”
6.    “I had a big fancy speech all prepared for today…but I’m gonna tear it up and havea good old-
     fashioned talk with you”
7.   “Our candidate reminds me a lot of President Kennedy both in his looks and ideas.”
8.   “Do you really want a former alcoholic to represent you in Washington?”
9.    “I believe in hard work… I worked my way through college waiting on tables and so will my
     children.”
10. “The last three mayors this city has had were Republicans. They all raised our taxes. I guess
    we’d better vote Democratic if we want lower taxes.”
1.   “My opponent was a draft dodger in the 1960’s…he refused to fight for his country.”
NAME CALLING
2. “When the U.S. got into WWI we had a Democratic President. When we got into WWII we had a
    Democratic President…if you want to vote for peace, vote Republican.” Card Stacking
3. “Everyone I talked to at the party said they planned to vote for Ewing. I guess I might as well
    vote for him too.” BANDWAGON
4. “You people know me as the quarterback from this year’s Super bowl Championship team…but
    today I’m here to talk to you about what a fine job mayor mr. Kauffmann would be” Testimonial
5. “If elected, I will work for equality and freedom for all Americans.” Glittering Generalities
6. “I had a big fancy speech all prepared for today…but I’m gonna tear it up and have a good old-
    fashioned talk with you” Plain Folk
7. “Our candidate reminds me a lot of President Kennedy both in his looks and ideas.”
    Association
8. “Do you really want a former alcoholic to represent you in Washington?” Name Calling
9. “I believe in hard work… I worked my way through college waiting on tables and so will my
    children.” Plain Folk
10. “The last three mayors this city has had were Republicans. They all raised our taxes. I guess
    we’d better vote Democratic if we want lower taxes.” Bandwagon
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