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Media Law for Journalists
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Media Law for Journalists


© 2006 | 336 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd

Media Law for Journalists functions as both an introduction and a reference guide to the main legal issues facing U.K. journalists. It is intended as a course textbook for students, first and foremost. However, it is also intended to help keep journalists out of jail and on the right side of the law.

functions as both an introduction and a reference guide to the main legal issues facing U.K. journalists. It is intended as a course textbook for students, first and foremost. However, it is also intended to help keep journalists out of jail and on the right side of the law.

The book presumes no prior legal knowledge but covers all the relevant areas including: defamation, privacy, contempt of court, freedom of expression, and intellectual property. It also looks at the difference between the English and Scottish legal systems as they pertain to the media.

This book will be essential reading for all students of journalism as well a welcome guide to professional journalists.

 
Introduction to the English and European legal systems
 
Privacy and Human Rights
 
Self Regulatory Bodies
 
Contempt of Court
 
Juveniles and the Law
 
Defamation
 
Intellectual Property
 
Scottish Legislation

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