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JRN 404 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Defamation, Katie Holmes, Ann Coulter
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Tinker v. Demoines (1969) which gave students the right to express themselves symbolically by wearing armbands to protest the Vietnam war. In this case they were allowed, neither students nor teachers shed their constituti...

Journalism
JRN 404
Timothy Boudreau
JRN 404 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Pabst Blue Ribbon, Falun Gong, Defamation
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Media Law (Libel) Is defamation consistent across locales, audience and times? No Remember that attitudes change, as do attitudes toward words and actions. Weve already mentioned words that might be perceived differently...

Journalism
JRN 404
Timothy Boudreau
JRN 404 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Dearborn Public Schools
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Media Law Partials Chapter 19 Remember grade/high schools, especially when the cases involve involving classroom activities, are often non-public so its easier to restrict speech there. Many activities at college/univers...

Journalism
JRN 404
Timothy Boudreau
JRN 404 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Ann Coulter, White Nationalism, Fixed Stars
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When government tries to prevent speech because the audience threatens or might threaten violence against the speaker, thats called a hecklers veto. Such actions or vetos, are generally unconstitutional and many courts hav...

Journalism
JRN 404
Timothy Boudreau
JRN 404 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Westboro Baptist Church, Defamation, American Civil Liberties Union
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JRN 404 1 amendment rights st As noted before, the 1 amendment protects rotten people and rancid speech. Some speech is so ugly that the potential audience threatens violence to prevent it or blames the speaker for a such ...

Journalism
JRN 404
Timothy Boudreau
JRN 404 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: 2 Live Crew, Pentagon Papers, Prior Restraint
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Media Law Notes February 6 2018 st The 1 amendment has come to mean many things to many people, and its meaning as we noted and is still being debated. At the very least however, virtually everyone agrees that is wa...

Journalism
JRN 404
Timothy Boudreau
JRN 404 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Speech Code, Cross Burning, Defamation
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The War on hate speech February In an effort to combat group libel, or hate speech, many campuses across the US have passed speech codes designed to punish or discourage verbal attacks on certain groups. The best known ca...

Journalism
JRN 404
Timothy Boudreau
JRN 404 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Electoral District Of Heffron, Strict Scrutiny
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Media Law Notes Lecture covering protected speech In OBrien vs. US, The SCOTUS upheld OBriens conviction for burning his draft card in symbolic protest of the Vietnam war. The court set up the OBrien test to determine wh...

Journalism
JRN 404
Timothy Boudreau
JRN 404 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Commercial Speech, Chaplinsky V. New Hampshire, Misdemeanor
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Media Law January 25 th Several factors influence the extent to which speech is protected and how easily it can be restricted. Type of speech Type of restriction Forum/location 1.) Type of speech From m...

Journalism
JRN 404
Timothy Boudreau
JRN 404 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Bad Tendency
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Media Law January 23 rd st Evolution of a 1 Amendment doctrine its fair to say the first amendment evolves or changes gradually. Changes are rarly sudden or dramatic. As noted it was only in the early...

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JRN 404
Timothy Boudreau
JRN 404 Lecture 6: 1st amendment doctrine
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Media Law January st Continuation of the evolution of the 1 amendment doctrine Also see Dennis vs. US 1951, an apparent setback for free speech, and note that this took place durin...

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JRN 404
Timothy Boudreau
JRN 404 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Opiate
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JRN 404 Lecture January 18 th What good is free expression? What purpose does it serve in society? After all, we all agree that it can sometimes (often) be offensive or even dangerous 1 Amendment advocates cite severa...

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JRN 404
Timothy Boudreau
JRN 404 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Puritans, Elijah Parish Lovejoy, Oberlin College
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Media Law Lecture #3 A majority opinion reflects the views of the majority of SCOTUS justices and is usually the most important opinion. It gives audience and direction to lower courts. A concurring opinion is issued-no...

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JRN 404
Timothy Boudreau
JRN 101 Lecture 2: JRN 101 LECTURE 2 - 1/17/18

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