3 edition of 1997 Supplement to Law of Mass Communications found in the catalog.
1997 Supplement to Law of Mass Communications
Dwight L. Teeter
by Foundation Pr
Written in English
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Understanding Media and Culture: An Introduction to Mass Communication is a compelling, historical narrative sketching the ongoing evolution of media and technology. Today’s students are immersed in media–and while they expect new technology, . Digital files of book content that are stored, searched, sampled, downloaded, and paid for online for use on a computer, dedicated reader, or cell phone. e-reader Portable electronic device for on-screen reading of books.
Ethical Issues in the Communication Process (), and has published approximately 75 articles and book reviews in various communication and related journals in this country and abroad. The following bibliography of articles and books on media ethics is arranged alphabetically by Size: 58KB. Mass communication involves a source of information and a recipient, connected by a physical communication channel such as the press (newspapers, magazines, pamphlets, mass market books, leaflets, and posters) and radio and television (broadcasting stations and those who own radios and televisions).
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Law of Mass Communications: Freedom and Control of Print and Broadcast Media (Coursebook)Price: $ Robert Trager, University of Colorado - Boulder Robert Trager is founding editor of Communication Law and Policy, published by the law division of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.
He teaches and conducts research in telecommunication policy and regulation, mass media law, and freedom of expression/5(9). In The Law of Journalism and Mass Communication, authors Susan Dente Ross, Amy Reynolds, and Robert 1997 Supplement to Law of Mass Communications book present a lively, up-to-date, and comprehensive introduction to media law that brings the law to life for future professional communicators.
The book is grounded in the traditions and rules of law but also contains fresh facts and relevant examples. Excerpt. One of the hot topics of discussion in the Law Division of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication when I served as Division Head during was whether law and ethics should be combined or taught separately in the journalism and mass communication curriculum.
Mass communications law is a body of primarily federal statutes, regulations, and judicial decisions that govern radio, broadcast, cable, and satellite television and other means of electronic communication. The Government in the United States first implemented mass communications law inwith the growing popularity of the radio.
Clay Calvert is Professor and Brechner Eminent Scholar in Mass Communication in the College of Journalism and Communications at the University of Florida in Gainesville, where he also directs the Marion B. Brechner First Amendment Project.
He has taught undergraduate media law classes for more than twenty by: People make media, media takes up two-thirds of our waking hours, media impacts our lives; it is critical to understand how the media work and why, to grasp the global nature of communication, and to assess media messages to attain media literacy.
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Media Law: A Guide to Understanding Mass Communication Law gives print journalists, broadcasters, photographers, public relations practitioners, advertisers, and those in government and the general public a basic understanding of mass communication law.
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The commission later became the federal communications commission (FCC), which was established by the Communications Act of (47 U.S.C.A. §§ et seq.). The act set out a regulatory structure that would govern mass communications law for more than 60 years, with the FCC as the governing regulatory body.
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All the mass media are important as channels of communication in politics. We have come a long way from the days when campaigns were national social galas and communication was carried out only by handbill, newspaper, or oratory from the stump (and, of course, the irrepressible buttons, banners, and bangles ofCited by: 5.
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