Freedom of the press: an annotated bibliography : second by Ralph Edward McCoy

By Ralph Edward McCoy

Ralph E. McCoy’s Freedom of the click: An Annotated Bibliography coated a few 400 years of press freedom within the English-speaking international and was once hailed via a reviewer as "the most respected annotated bibliography ever produced at the subject matters of freedom and censorship in mass communication."This moment complement, protecting the years from 1978 to 1992, includes greater than 3,900 entries and follows the trend and scope of either the unique bibliography and the 1st complement, which lined the years from 1967 to 1977. An annotated bibliography of books, pamphlets, magazine articles, dissertations, movies, and different fabrics in terms of freedom of the click within the English-speaking global, the bibliography defines the note press generically to incorporate all media of mass communications: books, newspapers, and different published subject, but in addition movies, recordings, radio and tv announces, and to a restricted quantity, degree plays.Annotations during this complement are descriptive instead of severe, and either confident and adverse statements on press freedom are incorporated. every time attainable the author’s personal phrases were used to summarize the paintings or to specific salient issues of view. Articles at the nature and impact of pornography that don't deal without delay with press freedom yet supply heritage details are included.The current quantity is extra selective than the unique and the 1st complement, relatively in protecting information occasions. One or reviews are usually used to symbolize a far better variety of articles on hand, thereby doing away with a lot duplication. The layout of this quantity, although, follows that of the sooner volumes: it really is prepared alphabetically by means of own or company writer or through name the place the writer is unknown. To facilitate a topic method of the paintings, a accomplished topic index identifies themes, innovations, nations, participants, courtroom judgements, and titles of censored works.

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The author concludes that "the economic concentration of the broadcast industry and the pervasive influence of network executives and commercial advertisers over program content ensures that political and public affairs programming represents only the interests and view of an elite minority. The regulatory scheme designed to promote a broad representation of ideas and interests in television programming has proved wholly inadequate to achieve this goal. . " Akamatsu, Muriel, Karen M. Brown, and Maura Christopher.

S. Department of State v. ], federal files identifying a particular individual fall under the privacy exemption to the Freedom of Information Act. " Abbott, Stan. Pentagon After Action Reports: The Jack Taylor Debate. Columbia, MO, Freedom of Information Center, School of Journalism, University of Missouri at Columbia, 1983. 8p. (Report no. " Efforts to use the FOI Act to obtain the reports and other public affairs materials resulted in the discontinuance of the reports. Abel, Elie. " Newsletter on Intellectual Freedom (IFC-ALA), 31:2013, 21820, November 1982.

119p. 2A36 Adler, Renata. Reckless Disregard: Westmoreland vs. , Sharon vs. Time. New York, Knopf, 1986. 243p. 2A37 The story of two celebrated libel trials, which brought into configuration three of America's most powerful establishments: military, legal, and journalistic. The book is based on articles appearing in The New Yorker (16 and 23 June 1986), updated to include the response of CBS and Time to the author's reporting. Adler, a lawyer and journalist, through an examination of the evidence, trial documents, and testimony given at the trial, contends that the refusal to acknowledge or even consider the possibility of error caused both CBS and Time to pursue aggressive and recklessly expensive litigation.

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