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Censorship, Julia Bauder, book editor

Label
Censorship
Title
Censorship
Statement of responsibility
Julia Bauder, book editor
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
363.31
Index
index present
LC call number
Z658.U5
LC item number
C3923 2007
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Bauder, Julia
Series statement
Current controversies
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  • Censorship
  • Freedom of expression
Label
Censorship, Julia Bauder, book editor
Link
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 255-260) and index
Contents
1. Should offensive speech be censored? -- Racist hate speech should be banned / Alexander Tsesis -- Protests a funerals should be banned / The Columbus Dispatch -- Banning the desecration of the American flag would not be censorship / Steven Lubet -- Racially and sexually offensive speech should not be banned in the workplace / David E. Bernstein -- Speech that criticizes religion should not be banned / A.C. Grayling -- Protests at funerals should not be banned / Michelle Cottle -- 2. Should high schools and universities censor? -- High schools are permitted to ban speech that attacks other students / Stephen Reinhardt -- Schools should ban sexually-harassing speech / Bernice Resnick Sandler, Harriett M. Stonehill -- School libraries should restrict students' access to controversial books / Mike Masterson -- High schools should not ban speech that offends other students / Eugene Volokh -- Universities should not institute speech codes / Greg Lukianoff -- Universities should encourage open debate / Judith Rodin -- School libraries should not restrict access to any books / Chris Crutcher -- High schools and universities should not censor student newspapers / Mike Hiestand -- 3. Should pornographic and violent material be censored? -- Censoring pornographic and violent material : an overview / Henry Cohen -- Indecent broadcasts should be censored / L. Brent Bozell III -- Internet pornography should be restricted / Phyllis Schlafly -- Virtual child pornography should be banned / Ernest E. Allen -- The government should help parents shield children from obscene and violent material / Kevin W. Saunders -- Indecent broadcasts should not be censored / Marjorie Heins -- Libraries should not use Internet filters to block pornography / Daniel H. Bromberg -- Virtual child pornography should not be banned / Ambika J. Biggs -- Parents should be responsible for monitoring their children's television viewing / Adam Thierer -- 4. Should speech that endangers national security be censored? -- The press should not publish leaked classified material / Pat Buchanan -- Supports of anti-American terrorism should be barred from entering the United States / Steve Emerson -- Scientific information that could help terrorists should be restricted / Mitchel B. Wallerstein -- Punishing reporters of leaked classified information threatens the practice of journalism / Paul K. McMasters -- Journalists have a duty to fight government secrecy / Peter Weitzel -- Organizations to contact
Extent
1 online resource (275 pages)
Form of item
online
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1035671985
Label
Censorship, Julia Bauder, book editor
Link
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 255-260) and index
Contents
1. Should offensive speech be censored? -- Racist hate speech should be banned / Alexander Tsesis -- Protests a funerals should be banned / The Columbus Dispatch -- Banning the desecration of the American flag would not be censorship / Steven Lubet -- Racially and sexually offensive speech should not be banned in the workplace / David E. Bernstein -- Speech that criticizes religion should not be banned / A.C. Grayling -- Protests at funerals should not be banned / Michelle Cottle -- 2. Should high schools and universities censor? -- High schools are permitted to ban speech that attacks other students / Stephen Reinhardt -- Schools should ban sexually-harassing speech / Bernice Resnick Sandler, Harriett M. Stonehill -- School libraries should restrict students' access to controversial books / Mike Masterson -- High schools should not ban speech that offends other students / Eugene Volokh -- Universities should not institute speech codes / Greg Lukianoff -- Universities should encourage open debate / Judith Rodin -- School libraries should not restrict access to any books / Chris Crutcher -- High schools and universities should not censor student newspapers / Mike Hiestand -- 3. Should pornographic and violent material be censored? -- Censoring pornographic and violent material : an overview / Henry Cohen -- Indecent broadcasts should be censored / L. Brent Bozell III -- Internet pornography should be restricted / Phyllis Schlafly -- Virtual child pornography should be banned / Ernest E. Allen -- The government should help parents shield children from obscene and violent material / Kevin W. Saunders -- Indecent broadcasts should not be censored / Marjorie Heins -- Libraries should not use Internet filters to block pornography / Daniel H. Bromberg -- Virtual child pornography should not be banned / Ambika J. Biggs -- Parents should be responsible for monitoring their children's television viewing / Adam Thierer -- 4. Should speech that endangers national security be censored? -- The press should not publish leaked classified material / Pat Buchanan -- Supports of anti-American terrorism should be barred from entering the United States / Steve Emerson -- Scientific information that could help terrorists should be restricted / Mitchel B. Wallerstein -- Punishing reporters of leaked classified information threatens the practice of journalism / Paul K. McMasters -- Journalists have a duty to fight government secrecy / Peter Weitzel -- Organizations to contact
Extent
1 online resource (275 pages)
Form of item
online
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1035671985

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