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eBook Democracy and the Mass Media: A Collection of Essays (Cambridge Studies in Philosophy and Public Policy) ePub

by Judith Lichtenberg

  • ISBN: 0521388171
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Judith Lichtenberg
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press; First Edition edition (May 25, 1990)
  • Pages: 424
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The policy issues treated concern primarily the extent of justifiable government regulation of the media and the justification for regulating television differently from newspapers

The policy issues treated concern primarily the extent of justifiable government regulation of the media and the justification for regulating television differently from newspapers. The volume contains some highly original and groundbreaking analyses of philosophical issues surrounding the First Amendment of the .

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Judith Lichtenberg (e. Georgetown University. The policy issues treated concern primarily the extent of justifiable government regulation of the media and the justification for regulating television differently from newspapers. The volume contains some highly original and groundbreaking analyses of philosophical issues surrounding the First Amendment of the US Bill of Rights. This is a book for anyone seriously interested in the rights to free speech and expression in technologically advanced societies. No keywords specified (fix it).

In this volume a group of distinguished legal and political theorists and experts on journalism discuss how to reconcile our values concerning freedom of the press with the enormous power of the media - especially television - to shape opinions and values.

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A longitudinal case study of Chile that assesses competing hypotheses regarding judicial behavior in both democratic and undemocratic contexts, this book explores the relevance of regime-related factors.

A longitudinal case study of Chile that assesses competing hypotheses regarding judicial behavior in both democratic and undemocratic contexts, this book explores the relevance of regime-related factors, judges' personal policy preferences, social class, and legal philosophy, but argues that institutional features grounded in the ideal of "apoliticism" best explain the persistent failure of Chilean judges to take stands in defense of rights. and rule of law principles, before, during, and after the authoritarian interlude.

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The policy issues treated concern primarily the extent of justifiable government regulation of the media and the justification for regulating television differently from newspapers. Library descriptions.

Many theorists of democracy consider the existence of a viable, independent media an indispensable trait of a functioning and actual . The relationship between media and democracy is subject to debate in Western society

Many theorists of democracy consider the existence of a viable, independent media an indispensable trait of a functioning and actual democratic regime. This idea is best exemplified in the First Amendment to the United States Constitution, where principles of free expression and assembly are guaranteed. From that principle, a sprawling newspaper industry was able to grow. The relationship between media and democracy is subject to debate in Western society. Concerns about the influence of media over elections and political views stem from the conglomeration and merging of several companies that might constitute an emerging oligopoly of information.

Martin O’Neill is senior lecturer in moral and political philosophy in the Department of Politics at the University of York.

We are an independent charitable organisation with more than 40 staff members, paid interns and visiting fellows. Our hope is that these essays will inform the ambitions and strategies of a new generation of reformers, inspired by the spirit and legacy of James Cornford, in whose honour this collection is published. 2 IPPR Democracy in Britain: Essays in honour of James Cornford. Sharon witherspoon and anthony tomei. Martin O’Neill is senior lecturer in moral and political philosophy in the Department of Politics at the University of York.

In this volume a group of distinguished legal and political theorists and experts on journalism discuss how to reconcile our values concerning freedom of the press with the enormous power of the media--especially television--to shape opinions and values. The policy issues treated concern primarily the extent of justifiable government regulation of the media and the justification for regulating television differently from newspapers. The volume contains some highly original and groundbreaking analyses of philosophical issues surrounding the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.