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Thursday, 30 August 2018

How free is the press short question and answer

How free is the press short question and answer

Q.1. What does "the freedom of the press" Means ?
Ans. Freedom of the press means freedom in a very restricted and technical sense-such as freedom from direction or censorship by the government.

Q.2. What role British press plays under ordinary conditions ?
Ans. Under ordinary condition British press is free to attack the policy and political character of ministers, interfere and raise the voice against scandals, and other democratic measures.

Q.3. What effect bring freedom to the nation ?
Ans. Freedom secure and sustain "the central doctrine of democracy" That the state is not the master but the servant of people.

Q.4. What do free 'people' take for granted ?
Ans. All free people take for granted that without a free press there can be no free people. It is a reality.

Q.5. Who is the master "the state or the people" ?
Ans. In real sense, between the state and the people-people are master. State is but the people's servant.

Q.6. Name two sources of revenue Newspapers usually servive on ?
Ans. The two sources of revenue on which the survival of a news paper depends are ; (i) wide circulation of the newspaper with maximum number of advertisements and (ii) Wealth of a man or company that owns the newspaper. i.e, the owner, so that may be able to bear the expenditure in its circulation.

Q.7. What are the two basic assumptions about the public.
Ans. The two basic asumptions about the public are : (a) that they have not the wit to distinguish truth from falsehood (b) That they do not care at all that a statement is false, provided it is pleasanty stimulating.

Q.8. What is supposition of context ?
Ans. The supposition of context is that the press would be free and fair. There would be no any censorship either by the government or by unfficials.

Q.9. Name two things that make the reports unreliable reading.
Ans. The two things are (i) Inaccurate reporting of facts and (ii) The plain reversal of facts that make the reports unreliable reading.

Q.10. Why do books rarely criticise the press ?
Ans. Books rarely criticise the press because they may be unfavourably noticed or silently ignored by the readers and the parpose would not be served.

Q.11. How do the newspaper greet the slifhtest effort to hinder the irresponsible dissemination of nonsense ?
Ans. Speeches criticising the press by some big personalities made do not reach the wider public through newspaper. They prevent to publish it in the newspaper and will provide a little of the speech and the facts, so that people may not know their shortcomings.                   

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