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by T. Barton Carter

Free eBook The First Amendment and the fourth estate: The law of mass media download ISBN: 0882776371
Author: T. Barton Carter
Publisher: Foundation Press; 4th edition (1988)
Language: English
Pages: 806
Category: Enactment
Subcategory: Constitutional Law
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T. Barton Carter is a Professor of Communication and Law at Boston University. Although I have recently switched to another textbook for my Media Law class, I greatly enjoyed using as a class text Carter's First Amendment and the Fourth Estate

T. Marc A. Franklin is the Frederick I. Richman Professor of Law, Emeritus, at Stanford University. Jay B. Wright is a Professor at the . Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. Although I have recently switched to another textbook for my Media Law class, I greatly enjoyed using as a class text Carter's First Amendment and the Fourth Estate. The text lent itself to excellent discussions in class and readily provided excellent case studies and reading material for the students. Currently I use two texts for such diversity).

This book takes an in-depth look at communications law, with an emphasis on First Amendment cases. In this work, the authors show how communciations law poses difficult dilemmas as the courts try to balance the rights of the This book takes an in-depth look at communications law, with an emphasis on First Amendment cases. In this work, the authors show how communciations law poses difficult dilemmas as the courts try to balance the rights of the media against the rights of those affected by the media.

This book takes an in-depth look at communications law, with an. .Fourth Estate Discussion at its Best. com User, July 11, 2001

This book takes an in-depth look at communications law, with an emphasis on First Amendment cases. com User, July 11, 2001.

About the Author: Professor of Journalism, . Newhouse School of Public Communications, Syracuse University. Shipping: US$ . 9 Within .

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Carter, T. Barton; And Others. Predicated on the belief that communications students are capable of understanding communications law and the processes that created it, this book examines . Supreme Court opinions on the First Amendment.

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Thomas Barton Carter, American Law educator. The First Amendment and The Fifth Estate: Regulation of Electronic Mass Media (University Casebook Series). Bar: Massachusetts 1974, United States District Court Massachusetts 1975, United States Court Appeals (1st circuit) 1975. Member American Bar Association, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Comm. clerk 1981-1982, assistant head 1982-1983, head 1983-1984), Broadcast Education Association (chair law and policy division 1989-1990, Federal Comm. Bar Association, University Club.

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Although I have recently switched to another textbook for my Media Law class, I greatly enjoyed using as a class text Carter's First Amendment and the Fourth Estate. The text lent itself to excellent discussions in class and readily provided excellent case studies and reading material for the students. (Currently I use two texts for such diversity). My only concern is that, at an undergraduate level, the book is unclear on direction for the student not versed in legal and analytical thinking, and like all comphrehensive and advanced texts, a bit too overwhelming academically for freshmen and sophomores. I would highly recommend the text, however, for graduate studies in media law.
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The book was in great quality and I was very impressed with this seller. Took a little while to arrive but I didn't pay more for shipping, just standard so that could be why. I'd definitely recommend!