SMGT 4330 Lecture Notes Fried ch 13 Fed Osha ADA Spring 2011

SMGT 4330 Lecture Notes Fried ch 13 Fed Osha ADA Spring...

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FINAL EXAM, THURSDAY, may 5 Fed. Law & Risk Management 1 st & 14 th Amendments -Fried 13 ADA -Fried 13 Risk & SOP – Farmer Ch 7 Emergency Action Plan – Fried 14 Alcohol management - Fried 13 & 14 OSHA? --- SOME FIRE? ----SOME
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Group exercise- KEY 1 1 st st     amendmen amendmen t t 14 14 th th     amendmen amendmen t t ADA ADA E.  E.  Invocations  Invocations  prior to event prior to event H.  H.  ...deny any  ...deny any  person. ..equal  person. ..equal  protection protection F.  F.  Discriminatory  Discriminatory  effects:  effects:  architectural architectural B.  B.  freedom of  freedom of  speech speech D.  D.  At issue Team  At issue Team  prayer in locker  prayer in locker  rooms/field? rooms/field? C.  C.  at issue  at issue  Relegation to  Relegation to  lesser services /  lesser services /  opportunities opportunities G.  G.  right of people  right of people  to peaceably  to peaceably  assemble assemble I.  I.  At issue female  At issue female  reporters  allowed  reporters  allowed  in male locker  in male locker  rooms? rooms? A.  A.  Over  Over  43,000,000  43,000,000  Americans  Americans  affected affected
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Religion Religious Message
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Federal Law Constitutional Law Federal State level Even private facilities impacted Public university team competing there? Team conducting prayer there? (1st Amendment) School sponsorship of a religious message is impermissible U.S. Supreme Court decision, Santa Fe Independent School District v. Doe, 2000-JUN-19.   http://www.religioustolerance.org/ps_pra1.htm http://www.wrcbtv.com/Global/story.asp?S=13355760
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Prayer & Ball Games 1.A student can lead a private prayer at a public facility-cannot be mandatory; & cannot lead a public prayer 2.Private venue – if invited by the director, student can lead audience in prayer (even if the school the student represents is a public school) So, T or F
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Prayer & Ball Games A student can lead a private prayer at a public facility-cannot be mandatory; & cannot lead a public prayer Private venue – if invited by the director, student can lead audience in prayer (even if the school the student represents is a public school) The basic Constitutional Law-will break down further later T & T
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REVIEW 1 st Amendment
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What is allowed – Government & Religion?
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Federal Law 1 st Amendment Congress shall make no law. .. Prohibiting the free exercise of religion Abridging freedom of speech freedom of the press right of people to peaceably assemble right of people to petition the Government for a redress of grievances
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(Which is subject to LEGAL challenge)? THE COACH ENCOURAGES TEAM PRAYER BEFORE A GAME?
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This note was uploaded on 06/05/2011 for the course SMGT 4330 taught by Professor Burden during the Spring '11 term at Georgia Southern University .

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