jrlc notes 4 - 9/2 UGA Policy on Freedom of Expression Can...

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Unformatted text preview: 9/2 UGA Policy on Freedom of Expression Can control time, place, manner (within limits) Content-neutral Restricting aspects not based on content/viewpoint; doesnt control message itself Constitutional Example: its not ok to say that a student cant hand out leaflets on entire campus Content-neutral but too far restricting of speech G unconstitutional Can control where on campus you express speech Classroom is a designated forum Tate and Memorial Specific regulations, content-neutral, not necessary to designate public forum Different from public forum b/c can regulate CASE: Rosenberg v. UVA Christian Zionist newspaper University refused to allocate money to them but did support Islamic and Jewish publications Justification: cultural (not religious) basis for supporting Islamic and Jewish publications UVA funded an anti-Christian publication too...
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This note was uploaded on 09/28/2011 for the course JRLC 5040 taught by Professor Lee during the Fall '08 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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jrlc notes 4 - 9/2 UGA Policy on Freedom of Expression Can...

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