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Journalism and the Debate Over Privacy

By: LaMay, Craig.
Publisher: New York: Routledge, 2019Description: 336 Pages.ISBN: 9781138861312.Subject(s): Journalistic ethics -- United States | Mass media -- Moral and ethical aspects -- United States | Privacy, Right of -- United StatesDDC classification: 175 Summary: Contents Preface /​ Craig L. LaMay 1. The Social Construction of Privacy /​ Frederick Schauer 2. The Structural Attributes of Press Freedom: Private Ownership, Public Orientation, and Editorial Independence /​ Randall P. Bezanson 3. The Right to Be Let Alone /​ Anthony Lewis 4. Why Journalists Can't Protect Privacy /​ Anita L. Allen 5. Law Breaking and Truth Telling: Formal Legal Doctrine and the Imbalance Between Intrusion and Revelation Claims /​ Rodney Smolla 6. What's in a Name? Privacy, Property Rights, and Free Expression in the New Communications Media /​ Jane E. Kirtley 7. Privacy, Property, and "Advertisements in Disguise": The First Amendment and the Right of Publicity /​ Craig L. LaMay.
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Contents
Preface /​ Craig L. LaMay
1. The Social Construction of Privacy /​ Frederick Schauer
2. The Structural Attributes of Press Freedom: Private Ownership, Public Orientation, and Editorial Independence /​ Randall P. Bezanson
3. The Right to Be Let Alone /​ Anthony Lewis
4. Why Journalists Can't Protect Privacy /​ Anita L. Allen
5. Law Breaking and Truth Telling: Formal Legal Doctrine and the Imbalance Between Intrusion and Revelation Claims /​ Rodney Smolla
6. What's in a Name? Privacy, Property Rights, and Free Expression in the New Communications Media /​ Jane E. Kirtley
7. Privacy, Property, and "Advertisements in Disguise": The First Amendment and the Right of Publicity /​ Craig L. LaMay.

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