journalism study guide

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4/4/07 Journalism Study Guide: Readings: mm 5,6,7,8,9 Hate Speech Codes: o Standards stricter than in society o Speech can be limited if it involves “fighting words” o “fighting words” must be uttered face-to-face Theories of freedom: know all. Absolutist, Ad Hoc, Preferred Position Balancing (will def. Be on test), Meiklejohnian Theory (vague… not much to know), Access Theory Model of Media: know that all of these affect each other (will be a short answer). Codes and meaning (read section on this in M.M.) ; Prior restraint (stopping publication before it goes out); Operation Predator (initiative by U.S. law to protect children from sexual predators (Homeland); Dateline (just a show to lure…Arizona Supreme Court deemed this unconstitutional). Time, Place and Manner restrictions: 1.Must be content neutral 2. Can’t be complete ban on particular kind of speech 3. Gov’t must show substantial interest to justify ban 4. Ban must be narrow, not restrain speech more than necessary
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2008 for the course JOUR 3310 taught by Professor Johnsoloski during the Winter '08 term at UGA.

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