Free speech and expression / Noël Merino, book editor.
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- ISBN: 9780737758269
- ISBN: 0737758260
- Physical Description: 161 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 24 cm.
- Publisher: Detroit : Greenhaven Press/Gale Cengage Learning, 
- Copyright: ©2012
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||
Includes bibliographical references (pages 147-150) and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Freedom of expression is a fundamental constitutional right - The First Amendment rights of children are different from those of adults / Emily Buss - Students have a First Amendment right to abstain from the pledge of allegiance : the Supreme Court's decision / Robert H. Jackson - Students have a right to free expression when it does not cause disruption : the Supreme Court's decision / Abe Fortas - Schools can limit vulgar student speech : the Supreme Court's decision / Warren E. Burger - Schools can censor student speech in school publications : the Supreme Court's decision / Byron White - Speech restrictions on high school students do not apply to college students / James Tidwell - Student speech advocating drug use is not protected expression : the Supreme Court's decision / John Roberts - Student plaintiffs in Tinker, Hazelwood, and Morse recall their fights for free expression : personal narrative / Perry A. Zirkel - Schools may restrict student speech that attacks other students : the circuit court's decision / Stephen Roy Reinhardt - Free expression on clothing is an important right for high school students / Greg Beato - Students have a First Amendment right of access information / Theresa Chmara - Most student expression on the Internet is protected by the First Amendment / Anita Ramasastry - Court rulings are inconsistent in the treatment of student expression online / Shannon P. Duffy - The free speech rights of students are in poor shape forty years after Tinker : personal narrative / Stephen J. Wermiel.
With material drawn from a diverse selection of primary and secondary sources, including Supreme Court decisions and personal narratives, this book focuses on free speech and expression for teens within the public schools and offers an anthology of essays and articles on the right of free speech.
|Target Audience Note:||
9-12 Medialog, Inc.
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