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Opis: The Law of Journalism and Mass Communication - Robert Trager, Amy Reynolds, Susan Dente Ross

The Law of Journalism and Mass Communication, Fifth Edition offers a clear and engaging introduction to media law with comprehensive coverage and analysis for future journalists and media professionals. Hypothetical "Suppose" cases at the start of each chapter get students thinking about key legal issues, while timelines show the progression of landmark cases in context. Each chapter concludes with two excerpted Cases for Study with explanatory headnotes and questions. The text also features a student website to help students review the material and prepare for exams. "As with its previous editions, the 5th edition of The Law of Journalism and Mass Communication provides up-to-date court rulings that make First Amendment law more relevant to undergraduate college students, who are generally intimidated by law and do not fully understand their First Amendment rights and responsibilities. This text is an engaging blend of the landmark court decisions that have formed the foundation of First Amendment law with current decisions that are re-shaping First Amendment law in the age of Internet and social media." -- Eddith A. Dashiell "If you are looking for a media law text that provides undergraduate students with crucial understanding of landmark decisions, presented in a readable fashion, you need to require your students to use The Law of Journalism and Mass Communication. Trager, Ross, and Reynolds have compiled the definitive work for departments of mass communication, journalism, and media arts. This work allows your students to understand the historical development of the law with specific applications to 21st century technology." -- Roger Soenksen "After more than 30 years of teaching media law at USC, during which I have used several course texts with varying degrees of success, this is the one that works the best for me and my senior and graduate level students. It reads easily, is comprehensive, yet concise, and, thanks to frequently published updates, always both relevant and timely. It is a winner." -- Jonathan KotlerChapter 1: The Rule Of Law: Law In A Changing Communication Environment The Court System Sources of the Law The Case Process Finding the Law Reading Case Law CASES FOR STUDY Chapter 2: The First Amendment: Speech and Press Freedoms in Theory and Reality Interpreting the First Amendment The Origins of the First Amendment First Amendment Values Media Emergence, Convergence and Consolidation Contemporary Prior Restraints Political Speech Elections and Campaign Finance Anonymous Speech Government Speakers Public and Nonpublic Forums Compelled Speech CASES FOR STUDY Chapter 3: Speech Distinctions: Dangers, Fights, Threats, Other Harms and Educational Needs National Security and Tranquility Court Tests to Protect Disruptive Speech Media Incitement to Harm Media and Physical Harm Speech Assaults Symbolic Speech Speech in the Schools Other Harms CASES FOR STUDY Chapter 4: Libel & Emotional Distress: The Plaintiff's Case A Brief History Contemporary Issues The Elements of Libel: The Plaintiff's Case Emotional Distress Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress Negligent Infliction of Emotional Distress CASES FOR STUDY Chapter 5: Libel: Defenses and Privileges Fair Report Privilege Fair Comment and Criticism Opinion Neutral Reportage Wire Service Defense Single-Publication Rule The Libel-Proof Plaintiff Other Defense Issues CASES FOR STUDY Chapter 6: Protecting Privacy: Conflicts Between the Press, the Government and the Right to Privacy Sources of Privacy Protection Electronic Privacy and the Supreme Court Privacy Law's Development False Light Appropriation Intrusion Private Facts CASES FOR STUDY Chapter 7: Newsgathering: Pitfalls and Protections Access to Property Newsgathering Pitfalls Covert Recording Newsgathering Protections Access to Meetings Denying Access to Records CASES FOR STUDY Chapter 8: Reporter's Privilege: Protecting the Watchdogs Reporter's Privilege Shield Laws Breaking Promises of Confidentiality Search Warrants CASES FOR STUDY Chapter 9: The Media and the Courts: Preserving Public Trials and Preventing Prejudice Fair Trials and Prejudicial Speech Remedies to Prejudice Access to Trials Electronic Access to Trials Bench-Bar-Press Guidelines Access to Court Records CASES FOR STUDY Chapter 10: Electronic Media Regulation: From Radio to the Internet Federal Communications Commission Broadcast Regulation Cable Television Regulation Direct Broadcast Satellites Internet Regulation CASES FOR STUDY Chapter 11: Obscenity, Indecency and Violence: Social Norms and Legal Standards Obscenity Indecency Video Games and Media Violence CASES FOR STUDY Chapter 12: Intellectual Property: Protecting and Using Intangible Creations Copyright Trademarks CASES FOR STUDY Chapter 13: Advertising: When Speech and Commerce Converge The Evolution of the Commercial Speech Doctrine Legislative and Administrative Advertising Regulation CASES FOR STUDY


Szczegóły: The Law of Journalism and Mass Communication - Robert Trager, Amy Reynolds, Susan Dente Ross

Tytuł: The Law of Journalism and Mass Communication
Autor: Robert Trager, Amy Reynolds, Susan Dente Ross
Producent: Corwin Press
ISBN: 9781506303413
Rok produkcji: 2015
Ilość stron: 760
Oprawa: Miękka
Waga: 1.16 kg


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The Law of Journalism and Mass Communication

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The Law of Journalism and Mass Communication, Fifth Edition offers a clear and engaging introduction to media law with comprehensive coverage and analysis for future journalists and media professionals. Hypothetical "Suppose" cases at the start of each chapter get students thinking about key legal issues, while timelines show the progression of landmark cases in context. Each chapter concludes with two excerpted Cases for Study with explanatory headnotes and questions. The text also features a student website to help students review the material and prepare for exams. "As with its previous editions, the 5th edition of The Law of Journalism and Mass Communication provides up-to-date court rulings that make First Amendment law more relevant to undergraduate college students, who are generally intimidated by law and do not fully understand their First Amendment rights and responsibilities. This text is an engaging blend of the landmark court decisions that have formed the foundation of First Amendment law with current decisions that are re-shaping First Amendment law in the age of Internet and social media." -- Eddith A. Dashiell "If you are looking for a media law text that provides undergraduate students with crucial understanding of landmark decisions, presented in a readable fashion, you need to require your students to use The Law of Journalism and Mass Communication. Trager, Ross, and Reynolds have compiled the definitive work for departments of mass communication, journalism, and media arts. This work allows your students to understand the historical development of the law with specific applications to 21st century technology." -- Roger Soenksen "After more than 30 years of teaching media law at USC, during which I have used several course texts with varying degrees of success, this is the one that works the best for me and my senior and graduate level students. It reads easily, is comprehensive, yet concise, and, thanks to frequently published updates, always both relevant and timely. It is a winner." -- Jonathan KotlerChapter 1: The Rule Of Law: Law In A Changing Communication Environment The Court System Sources of the Law The Case Process Finding the Law Reading Case Law CASES FOR STUDY Chapter 2: The First Amendment: Speech and Press Freedoms in Theory and Reality Interpreting the First Amendment The Origins of the First Amendment First Amendment Values Media Emergence, Convergence and Consolidation Contemporary Prior Restraints Political Speech Elections and Campaign Finance Anonymous Speech Government Speakers Public and Nonpublic Forums Compelled Speech CASES FOR STUDY Chapter 3: Speech Distinctions: Dangers, Fights, Threats, Other Harms and Educational Needs National Security and Tranquility Court Tests to Protect Disruptive Speech Media Incitement to Harm Media and Physical Harm Speech Assaults Symbolic Speech Speech in the Schools Other Harms CASES FOR STUDY Chapter 4: Libel & Emotional Distress: The Plaintiff's Case A Brief History Contemporary Issues The Elements of Libel: The Plaintiff's Case Emotional Distress Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress Negligent Infliction of Emotional Distress CASES FOR STUDY Chapter 5: Libel: Defenses and Privileges Fair Report Privilege Fair Comment and Criticism Opinion Neutral Reportage Wire Service Defense Single-Publication Rule The Libel-Proof Plaintiff Other Defense Issues CASES FOR STUDY Chapter 6: Protecting Privacy: Conflicts Between the Press, the Government and the Right to Privacy Sources of Privacy Protection Electronic Privacy and the Supreme Court Privacy Law's Development False Light Appropriation Intrusion Private Facts CASES FOR STUDY Chapter 7: Newsgathering: Pitfalls and Protections Access to Property Newsgathering Pitfalls Covert Recording Newsgathering Protections Access to Meetings Denying Access to Records CASES FOR STUDY Chapter 8: Reporter's Privilege: Protecting the Watchdogs Reporter's Privilege Shield Laws Breaking Promises of Confidentiality Search Warrants CASES FOR STUDY Chapter 9: The Media and the Courts: Preserving Public Trials and Preventing Prejudice Fair Trials and Prejudicial Speech Remedies to Prejudice Access to Trials Electronic Access to Trials Bench-Bar-Press Guidelines Access to Court Records CASES FOR STUDY Chapter 10: Electronic Media Regulation: From Radio to the Internet Federal Communications Commission Broadcast Regulation Cable Television Regulation Direct Broadcast Satellites Internet Regulation CASES FOR STUDY Chapter 11: Obscenity, Indecency and Violence: Social Norms and Legal Standards Obscenity Indecency Video Games and Media Violence CASES FOR STUDY Chapter 12: Intellectual Property: Protecting and Using Intangible Creations Copyright Trademarks CASES FOR STUDY Chapter 13: Advertising: When Speech and Commerce Converge The Evolution of the Commercial Speech Doctrine Legislative and Administrative Advertising Regulation CASES FOR STUDY

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Szczegóły: The Law of Journalism and Mass Communication - Robert Trager, Amy Reynolds, Susan Dente Ross

Tytuł: The Law of Journalism and Mass Communication
Autor: Robert Trager, Amy Reynolds, Susan Dente Ross
Producent: Corwin Press
ISBN: 9781506303413
Rok produkcji: 2015
Ilość stron: 760
Oprawa: Miękka
Waga: 1.16 kg


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