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Law of journalism and mass communication

By: Trager, Robert.
Contributor(s): Ross, Susan Dente | Reynolds, Amy.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: London Sage 2016Edition: 5th.Description: xxviii, 728 p. 24 cm.ISBN: 9781506303413 .Subject(s): Mass media -- Law and legislation -- United States | Press law -- United States | Freedom of the press -- United StatesDDC classification: 343.990973
Contents:
The rule of law : law in a changing communication environment -- The First Amendment : speech and press freedoms in theory and reality -- Speech distinctions : dangers, fights, threats, and educational needs and other harms -- Libel and emotional distress : the plaintiff's case -- Libel : defenses and privileges -- Protecting privacy : conflicts between the press, the government, and the right to privacy -- Newsgathering : pitfalls and protections -- Reporter's privilege : protecting the watchdogs -- The media and the courts : preserving public trials and preventing prejudice -- Electronic media regulation : from radio to the Internet -- Obscenity, indecency, and violence : social norms and legal standards -- Intellectual property : protecting and using intangible creations -- Advertising : when speech and commerce converge.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 639-687) and indexes.

The rule of law : law in a changing communication environment -- The First Amendment : speech and press freedoms in theory and reality -- Speech distinctions : dangers, fights, threats, and educational needs and other harms -- Libel and emotional distress : the plaintiff's case -- Libel : defenses and privileges -- Protecting privacy : conflicts between the press, the government, and the right to privacy -- Newsgathering : pitfalls and protections -- Reporter's privilege : protecting the watchdogs -- The media and the courts : preserving public trials and preventing prejudice -- Electronic media regulation : from radio to the Internet -- Obscenity, indecency, and violence : social norms and legal standards -- Intellectual property : protecting and using intangible creations -- Advertising : when speech and commerce converge.

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