COMM 220 Prelim 2 - COMM 220 Prelim 2 31/10/2007 10:51:00...

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Unformatted text preview: COMM 220 Prelim 2 31/10/2007 10:51:00 Section 1: Material Covered Section 2: Lecture Outlines Chapters 14, 15 Course Reading for 10/15: Media Violence- Sparks Chpt. 5 sparks_chpt5.pdf Course Reading for 10/17: Mcombs agendasetting.pdf Course Reading for 10/17: Scheufele Framing___Scheufele__final_version_.pdf Course Reading for 10/17: Glynn, Hayes, Shanahan spiralofsilence.pdf Course Reading for 10/17: Anderson -Imagined Communities anderson.pdf Course Reading for 10/17: Meyrowitz - No Sense of Place nosenseplace.pdf Course Reading for 10/17: Gerbner/Cultivation cultivation.pdf Course Reading for 10/22: Stuart Hall Hall__Encoding___Decoding.pd Course Readings for 10/22: Mcquail mcquail_audience.pdf Course Reading for 10/24: Hostile Media hostile_media.pdf Course Reading 10/24: Taking Sides taking_sides.pdf Course Reading for 10/26: Scheufele, Shanahan, Kim scheufele_shanahan_kim.pdf Course Reading for 10/26: Pfau, Moy, Szabo moy.pdf Course Reading 10/26: Baumgartner and Morriss baumgartner_morriss.pdf Course Reading 10/29: Propaganda propaganda.pdf Course Reading 10/29: Bennett - Press/State Relations bennett.pdf Lecture Slides 31/10/2007 10:51:00 10/10 Regulation and Ownership Base Regulation 1 st Amendment o In theory applies to all forms of media and personal speech o However, diff. media gets diff. treatment under 1 st Amend. o Most important limitations on the press concern libel, coverage of trials, obscene material, and government secrets Prior Restraint o 1 st Amend. generally protects broadcasters from prior restraint of program material, but they can be punished after the fact no prior restraint in US dist. factor from other countries o Near vs. Minnesota Minn. Paper enjoined from publishing b/c of past record of malicious, scandalous, defamatory articles Upheld by state courts, overruled by supreme Governmental secrets o Govt should be afforded level of secrecy during wartime Contradicts guarantee free press and publics right to know Conflict b/w govt and press Journalistic Privaledge o Authorities cannot compel journalist to reveal identity of anonymous sources ethics, not law o Legal basis limited and open to interp. 31 states have shield laws protecting journalists sources currently under consideration in senate o NY Times vs. US publication of Pentagon Papers study of Vietnam War US attorneys asked Times to stop pub. issued restraining order Supreme Ct. temp. banned all publicationSupreme Ct....
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