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|Pike Co PL - Petersburg Main Library||YA 342.73 TRF (Text)||38650833368994||YA NON-FIC||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9780737758276
- ISBN: 0737758279
- Physical Description: 172 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 24 cm.
- Publisher: Detroit : Greenhaven Press/Gale Cengage Learning, 
- Copyright: ©2012
|General Note:|| Includes chronology.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:|| Includes bibliographical references (pages 160-162) and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:|| Supreme Court rulings have shaped freedom of the press for student journalists - Student newspapers must be allowed to publish controversial paid ads : the US district court's decision / Charles Metzner - Schools may censor school-sponsored student publications : the Supreme Court's decision / Byron White - No distinction should be made between personal and school-sponsored publications : dissenting opinion / William J. Brennan - The Hazelwood decision caused an increase in censorship of school newspapers / Mark Goodman - Student journalists are going online to avoid censorship / Jin Moon - Many school administrators are ignorant about First Amendment issues / Laurie Lattimore - Giving students freedom to control their newspaper can improve a high school / Harry Proudfoot and Alan Weintraub - Student journalists face difficulties in doing undercover stories / Don Corrigan - Schools are turning to indirect methods of discouraging press freedom / Frank D. LoMonte - Student journalists should be aware of their legal rights and restrictions / Student Press Law Center - Student journalists must report responsibly to avoid lawsuits / Mike Hiestand - Views toward press freedom have changed : personal narrative / Dave Munger - Students want rights professional journalists do not have / Bruce Ramsey - A principal changes his mind about censorship : personal narrative / Michael Murray - Press freedom is being lost : personal narrative / Becky Metrick - Censorship of student journalists is harmful and wrong : personal narrative / Carrie Courogen - Students who write online favor more freedom of the press than those who do not / Kenneth Dautrich, David A. Yalof, and Mark Jose López - Former high school students are pursuing a newspaper censorship case in federal court / Ithaca Times - Preventing students from publishing controversial cartoons violates their First Amendment rights / Joseph P. Esposito et al.
|Summary, etc.:|| With material drawn from a diverse selection of primary and secondary sources, including Supreme Court decisions and personal narratives, this book focuses on whether schools may censor school-sponsored student publications and offers an anthology of essays and articles on the right of free press.
|Target Audience Note:|| 9-12 Medialog, Inc.
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