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In its twentieth edition, Mass Media Law comprehensively
examines the principles of media law, First Amendment freedoms of
speech, and press and assembly. This timely revised edition is extremely
pertinent in this era of both “fake news” and open hostility by some
politicians toward the press. Students are offered an updated look at
the ever-changing landscape of media law. Led by a team of preeminent
scholars in the field of mass media law: Clay Calvert, Dan Kozlowski and
Derigan Silver, this new edition is engaging, readable, and
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Jun 04, 2007I hated this book because it was long and the words were very dry.
Feb 28, 2010I use this class every year in my media law class -- great intro to legal concepts around the First Amendment, copyright, media regulation. Pember and Calvert do a nice job bringing this material alive with current cases and decisions. I hate that it costs so much money but I do require the latest version because of changing case law.
Mar 24, 2013This is a tough book to get through, but I literally read it cover to cover. If you are reading this book for a Media Law course and the quizzes come from the book, I would strongly recommend using the Online Learning Center (www.mhhe.com/pember17e) to take the practice quizzes as the book does not always provide clear explanations. It's a long and grueling 640 pages!
Apr 25, 2008This is probably one of the most interesting text books ever. Although we only had to read parts of it for my media law class, I ended up reading it page by page. But I guess if you aren't into communications law (censorship, copyright and such), this really wouldn't be too interesting.
Feb 13, 2009This was required for my Communication Law class - while I am far from a legal scholar, this can be a very engaging read on the subjects presented.
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