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The Cost of Free Speech - Pornography, Hate Speech, and their Challenge to Liberalism (Hardcover): A. Levin The Cost of Free Speech - Pornography, Hate Speech, and their Challenge to Liberalism (Hardcover)
A. Levin
R2,669 Discovery Miles 26 690 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The distinctly contemporary proliferation of pornography and hate speech poses a challenge to liberalism's traditional ideal of a 'marketplace of ideas' facilitated by state neutrality about the content of speech. This new study argues that the liberal state ought to depart from neutrality to meet this challenge.

Censorship and Art (Hardcover): John Galsworthy Censorship and Art (Hardcover)
John Galsworthy
R579 Discovery Miles 5 790 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Having observed that there is no reason whatever for the exemption of Literature, let us now turn to the case of Art. Every picture hung in a gallery, every statue placed on a pedestal, is exposed to the public stare of a mixed company. Why, then, have we no Censorship to protect us from the possibility of encountering works that bring blushes to the cheek of the young person?

Censorship and Art (Paperback): John Galsworthy Censorship and Art (Paperback)
John Galsworthy
R305 Discovery Miles 3 050 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Having observed that there is no reason whatever for the exemption of Literature, let us now turn to the case of Art. Every picture hung in a gallery, every statue placed on a pedestal, is exposed to the public stare of a mixed company. Why, then, have we no Censorship to protect us from the possibility of encountering works that bring blushes to the cheek of the young person?

Cognitive Infiltration - An Obama Appointee's Plan to Undermine the 9/11 Conspiracy Theory (Paperback, New): David Ray... Cognitive Infiltration - An Obama Appointee's Plan to Undermine the 9/11 Conspiracy Theory (Paperback, New)
David Ray Griffin
R425 R397 Discovery Miles 3 970 Save R28 (7%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Censorship (Paperback): Paul Von Blum Censorship (Paperback)
Paul Von Blum
R3,834 Discovery Miles 38 340 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

"Censorship is a casebook designed to help readers understand the complexities of censorship and expressive freedom in America during the past century. The cases and other materials presented in this volume reveal many of the high and low points in the continuing struggle between the promise of the First Amendment and the reality of intermittent censorship and government interference. By focusing on concrete cases and examples, the volume encourages students and other readers to explore the underlying conflicts of values that First Amendment and censorship controversies promote. Censorship is divided into four thematic units: Freedom of Communication: The First Amendment and its Many Limitations Schools and Freedom of Expression The Arts and Censorship Reputational Censorship: Beyond the First Amendment

" Paul Von Blum is Senior Lecturer in African American Studies and Communication Studies at UCLA, where he has taught since 1980, after 11 years of faculty service at the University of California at Berkeley. He has received Distinguished Teaching Awards at both Berkeley and UCLA and teaches a course in Race, Racism and the Law. Trained originally as a lawyer at UC Berkeley, he has handled racial profiling and other public interest cases for 40 years. He is the author of six previous books and over 100 articles on art and cultural history, law, education, and politics."

Censorship and Art (Hardcover): John Galsworthy Censorship and Art (Hardcover)
John Galsworthy
R709 Discovery Miles 7 090 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Having observed that there is no reason whatever for the exemption of Literature, let us now turn to the case of Art. Every picture hung in a gallery, every statue placed on a pedestal, is exposed to the public stare of a mixed company. Why, then, have we no Censorship to protect us from the possibility of encountering works that bring blushes to the cheek of the young person?

Donald J. Trump is kickin' @## on the Road to Rushmore - A Trump Supporters Bible (Hardcover): Mansplainer Solzhenitsyn... Donald J. Trump is kickin' @## on the Road to Rushmore - A Trump Supporters Bible (Hardcover)
Mansplainer Solzhenitsyn Cartman
R916 R754 Discovery Miles 7 540 Save R162 (18%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
The Political Economy of Media - Enduring Issues, Emerging Dilemmas (Hardcover): Robert W. McChesney The Political Economy of Media - Enduring Issues, Emerging Dilemmas (Hardcover)
Robert W. McChesney
R2,348 Discovery Miles 23 480 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The influence of media on society is unquestioned. Its reach penetrates nearly every corner of the world and every aspect of life. But it has also been a contested realm, embodying class politics and the interests of monopoly capital. In The Political Economy of Media, one of the foremost media critics of our time, Robert W. McChesney, provides a comprehensive analysis of the economic and political powers that are being mobilized to consolidate private control of media with increasing profit -- all at the expense of democracy.

In this elegant and lucid collection, McChesney examines the monopolistic competition that has created a global media that is ever more concentrated and centralized. McChesney reveals why questions about the ownership of commercial U.S. media remain off limits within the political culture; how private ownership of media leads to the degradation of journalism and suppression of genuine debate; and why corporate rule threatens democracy by failing to provide the means for an educated and informed citizenry. The Political Economy of Media also highlights resistance to corporate media over the last century, including the battle between broadcasters and the public in the 1920s and 1930s and the ongoing media reform movement today. The Political Economy of Media makes it clear that the struggle over the ownership and the role of media is of utmost importance to everyone.

Security Classified & Controlled Information (Paperback): Harold C. Relyea Security Classified & Controlled Information (Paperback)
Harold C. Relyea
R1,463 R1,095 Discovery Miles 10 950 Save R368 (25%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The security classification regime in use within the federal executive branch traces its origins to armed forces information protection practices of the World War I era. The classification system -- designating information, according to prescribed criteria and procedures, protected in accordance with one of three levels of sensitivity, based on the amount of harm to the national security that would result from its disclosure -- attained a presidential character in 1940 when President Franklin D. Roosevelt issued the initial executive order prescribing these information security arrangements. Refinements in the creation, management, and declassification of national security information followed over the succeeding decades, and continue today. In many regards, these developments represent attempts to narrow the bases and discretion for assigning official secrecy to executive branch documents and materials. Limiting the quantity of security classified information has been thought to be desirable for a variety of important reasons: (1) promoting an informed citizenry, (2) effectuating accountability for government policies and practices, (3) realising oversight of government operations, and (4) achieving efficiency and economy in government management. Because security classification, however, was not possible for some kinds of information deemed in some quarters to be "sensitive", other kinds of designations or markings came to be applied to alert federal employees regarding its privileged or potentially harmful character. Sometimes these markings derived from statutory provisions requiring the protection of a type of information; others were administratively authorised with little detail about their use. In the current environment, still affected by the long shadow of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, several issues have arisen regarding security classified and controlled information. Volume is a concern: 8 million new classification actions in 2001 jumped to 14 million new actions in 2005, while the quantity of declassified pages dropped from 100 million in 2001 to 29 million in 2005. Expense is vexing: $4.5 billion spent on classification in 2001 increased to $7.1 billion in 2004, while declassification costs fell from $232 million in 2001 to $48.3 million in 2004, according to annual reports by the Information Security Oversight Office (ISOO) of the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). Some agencies were recently discovered to be withdrawing archived records from public access and reclassifying them. Critically evaluating this activity, ISOO has indicated that the federal government needs to apply a more integrated approach among the classifying agencies. The force of, and authority for, information control markings, other than security classification labels, have come under congressional scrutiny, prompting concerns about their number, variety, lack of underlying managerial regimes, and effects. Among those effects, contend the Government Accountability Office and the manager of the Information Sharing Environment for the intelligence community, is the obstruction of information sharing across the federal government and with state and local governments.

The Political Economy of Media - Enduring Issues, Emerging Dilemmas (Paperback): Robert W. McChesney The Political Economy of Media - Enduring Issues, Emerging Dilemmas (Paperback)
Robert W. McChesney
R816 Discovery Miles 8 160 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The influence of media on society is unquestioned. Its reach penetrates nearly every corner of the world and every aspect of life. But it has also been a contested realm, embodying class politics and the interests of monopoly capital. In The Political Economy of Media, one of the foremost media critics of our time, Robert W. McChesney, provides a comprehensive analysis of the economic and political powers that are being mobilized to consolidate private control of media with increasing profit -- all at the expense of democracy.

In this elegant and lucid collection, McChesney examines the monopolistic competition that has created a global media that is ever more concentrated and centralized. McChesney reveals why questions about the ownership of commercial U.S. media remain off limits within the political culture; how private ownership of media leads to the degradation of journalism and suppression of genuine debate; and why corporate rule threatens democracy by failing to provide the means for an educated and informed citizenry. The Political Economy of Media also highlights resistance to corporate media over the last century, including the battle between broadcasters and the public in the 1920s and 1930s and the ongoing media reform movement today. The Political Economy of Media makes it clear that the struggle over the ownership and the role of media is of utmost importance to everyone.

From the Palmer Raids to the Patriot Act - A History of the Fight for Free Speech in America (Paperback): Christopher M Finan From the Palmer Raids to the Patriot Act - A History of the Fight for Free Speech in America (Paperback)
Christopher M Finan
R617 R521 Discovery Miles 5 210 Save R96 (16%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The first comprehensive history of free speech in America for a general readership, from a respected historian and free speech activist
A 2007 Book Sense Selection
In this lively history of our most fundamental and perhaps most vulnerable right, Christopher Finan traces the lifeline of free speech from the War on Terror back to the turn of the last century. The story of the fight for free speech in times of war and peace--when writers, publishers, booksellers, and librarians are often on the front lines--is essential reading.
"At a time when America's freedoms and liberties are under attack in Washington, Finan's book is a powerful reminder of why we must carry on the fight to preserve the central underpinning of the American democratic system."
--Senator Bernie Sanders
"A marvelously readable account of the struggle for free speech in the United States."
--Geoffrey R. Stone, author of Perilous Times
"A welcome and much-needed change from the simplistic good-versus-evil treatment this subject often gets. Could be the definitive study of a perpetually complex, contentious issue."
--Booklist, starred review
"American history is marred by recurrent episodes of hate--Red scares, super-patriotism, fear of sexual expression. Christopher Finan brilliantly paints that record, and shows how courageous Americans have fought for freedom."
--Anthony Lewis, author of Gideon's Trumpet and Make No Law
"Finan's colorful narrative . . . shows how much progress we have made--and how far we have to go."
--Nadine Strossen, president of the ACLU and professor of law, New York Law School
"A book with enormous relevance for post-9/11 America."
--GeneRoman, America Magazine

Trade Unions and the Coming of Democracy in Africa (Hardcover): J Kraus Trade Unions and the Coming of Democracy in Africa (Hardcover)
J Kraus
R3,158 Discovery Miles 31 580 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This book uniquely depicts the preeminent role that African trade unions played in ousting dictatorships and bringing democracy to many African countries in the 1990s. In the analytical introduction and case studies of major African countries, leading scholars relate how democratic trade unions were critical in launching and sustaining democratization. Working with other societal groups and parties, unions continue to represent the popular classes and invigorate democratic life in these otherwise elite-dominated countries.

Religious Pluralism in The West - An Anthology (Hardcover): David George Mullan Religious Pluralism in The West - An Anthology (Hardcover)
David George Mullan
R2,441 R2,195 Discovery Miles 21 950 Save R246 (10%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

"Religious Pluralism in the West: An Anthology" presents a complete historical overview of the themes relating to religious intolerance, toleration and liberty. The issue of religious pluralism continues to be high on the agenda in our increasingly multicultural societies within both secular and religious spheres. This book will therefore be a valuable resource for students studying courses in religion, theology and the social sciences.

The readings contained within the anthology cover the attitudes of religious pluralism from antiquity to the present day. An interdisciplinary, as well as chronological, approach to pluralistic themes is adopted, and it is demonstrated how the issues so pertinent and visible in today's society have always been a cause for discussion and debate. One of the strengths of the book is that it shows the various ambiguities which a study of pluralism entails, so that intolerance may be viewed in a less moralistic light, while liberty is presented as being not without is own difficulties. "Religious Pluralism in the West: An Anthology" also includes a substantial introduction by the volume editor and suggestions for further reading.

The Aesthetics of Free Speech - Rethinking the Public Sphere (Hardcover, 2003 ed.): J. Roberts The Aesthetics of Free Speech - Rethinking the Public Sphere (Hardcover, 2003 ed.)
J. Roberts
R2,224 Discovery Miles 22 240 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

"The Aesthetics of Free Speech: Rethinking the Public Sphere" is one of the first books to theoretically explore the relationship between free speech and the public sphere. By drawing upon Marxist theory the author, John Michael Roberts, demonstrates how liberal theorists frequently construct an abstract aesthetic of "rational," "cultivated" and "competent" discussion which then serves as a norm through which certain utterances can be humiliated and excluded from participating fully within the public sphere. However, the author also shows how excluded utterances develop their own aesthetic of free speech and how this aesthetic then comes back to haunt the bourgeois public sphere.

Webster's New World American Words of Freedom (Paperback): Stephen F. Rohde Webster's New World American Words of Freedom (Paperback)
Stephen F. Rohde
R313 R257 Discovery Miles 2 570 Save R56 (18%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Webster's New World American Words of Freedom features the complete text of and expert commentary on the documents that define democracy and frame freedom -- including the Declaration of Independence, The U.S. Constitution, The Bill of Rights and subsequent constitutional amendments. The helpful glossary of terms throughout the book enables you to understand and appreciate every word. Plus, you'll also find the text of and commentary on President George W. Bush's emotionally charged September 20, 2001 speech!

The Silenced Media - The Propaganda War between Russia and the West in Northern Europe (Hardcover): Jo Campling The Silenced Media - The Propaganda War between Russia and the West in Northern Europe (Hardcover)
Jo Campling; E. Salminen
R3,618 Discovery Miles 36 180 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Focusing on freedom of speech, this text deals with the perennial problem of how a small country should react in the face of pressure threatening its sovereignty. Should it give way or resist? The author describes in detail how the Soviet Union operated both overtly and covertly in the propaganda war and discusses the reactions of the West, the United States, Great Britain, West Germany and Sweden.

The Day the Presses Stopped - A History of the Pentagon Papers Case (Paperback, Revised): David Rudenstine The Day the Presses Stopped - A History of the Pentagon Papers Case (Paperback, Revised)
David Rudenstine
R892 R696 Discovery Miles 6 960 Save R196 (22%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

David Rudenstine effectively captures the day-by-day drama of the Nixon administration's efforts in 1971 to prohibit the New York Times and the Washington Post from publishing the 7000-page, top-secret Pentagon Papers. Rudenstine originally shared the dominant historical view that the government's position fell far short of satisfying the heavy burden the law required if the courts were to permanently restrain publication. But after studying previously classified documents and interviewing key participants in the controversy, including Robert MacNamara, Clark Clifford, William Rehnquist, Katherine Graham, and Daniel Ellsberg, Rudenstine changed his mind.

Press Freedom And Communication In Africa (Paperback): Festus Eribo, William Jong-Ebot Press Freedom And Communication In Africa (Paperback)
Festus Eribo, William Jong-Ebot
R565 R438 Discovery Miles 4 380 Save R127 (22%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The significance of press freedom in contemporary society and the attitudes of governments to freedom of expression and democratic practices have taken on a new garment since the end of the cold war. In Africa, a strong awareness of the advantages of a free press and the inalienable rights of the people, to unfettered communication has sparked an unstoppable demand for freedom of the press across the continent. The increase in the number of independent newspapers, radio and television stations on the one hand and the frequency of government censorship of press and arrests of journalists on the other hand are evidence of a continent at a crossroads.

In this volume, twenty communications scholars examine, from a variety of perspectives, the past and present developments in Africa's quest for press freedom. The essays focus on the media in Anglophone, Arabic speaking, Francophone, and Lusophone Africa, capturing the inherent problems and benefits-where they exist- of colonial legacy and the fragility of press freedom in the fledgling post-colonial administrations bedeviled by underdevelopment and political instability.

As the essays in this volume reveal, Africa's unquenchable thirst for freedom of expression continues to play a central part in the socio-political and economic spheres from Cape Town to Cairo and from Accra to Dar es Salaam. The authors' analytical approach to the subject matter provides to a fresh understanding of the historicity, complexities, difficulties of the mass media on a continent in search of "a free market place of ideas".

The Media and the Military (Paperback): P. Young, P. Jesser The Media and the Military (Paperback)
P. Young, P. Jesser
R1,498 Discovery Miles 14 980 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The first comprehensive study of the contentious issue of the public's right to know in time of war or limited conflict. The book traces the uneasy relations between the military and a generally unprepared and gullible media, from the Crimea to the present day. It shows how the advent of nuclear warfare has outlawed the nationalistic wars of survival of the past, and freed the citizen from his age-old obligations in time of war, able to make up his or her own mind on the merits of the situation. It is here that the battle lies, in the struggle for public opinion as a necessary precursor to war. This book details how the military discovered the secret of media and public manipulation in the Falklands, tested it in Grenada, and refined it in Panama before deploying it in all its glory during the Gulf. This book is essential reading for every soldier and journalist, or any student of military history as it points the way to the future.

Talk About Sex - The Battles over Sex Education in the United States (Paperback, New ed): Janice M. Irvine Talk About Sex - The Battles over Sex Education in the United States (Paperback, New ed)
Janice M. Irvine
R638 R528 Discovery Miles 5 280 Save R110 (17%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

"This judicious and perceptive book will be read not only by academics but by serious readers interested in sexuality, culture, and public policy. Irvine explores the clash between professional sex education advocates and politicized Christian evangelicals that has played out on the stage of local communities and school systems since the 1960s. She illuminates a significant yet largely unknown story of the politics of sexuality."--Kathy Peiss, author of "Hope in a Jar: The Making of America's Beauty Culture

"Irvine's work is a serious and passionate study; it is respectful of its subject while at the same time retaining its critical edge and its political principles."--Margaret Hunt, author of "The Middling Sort: Commerce, Gender and the Family in England 1680-1780

"Irvine has written an unusually rich social history that makes a significant contribution to several fields of scholarly inquiry. Her book provides by far the best account we have of SIECUS (Mary Calderone's pioneering organization). It also provides an innovative analysis of the rise of the Christian Right in the '70s and a highly imaginative narrative of the 'sexualization' of Christian evangelicalism and its successful manipulation of collective emotions for political ends."--Martin Duberman, editor of "Beyond Gay or Straight: Understanding Sexual Orientation

"One comes away from reading this book with renewed appreciation for the creative potential of words and symbols in framing how we think about something so ordinary, if I may say so, as sex!"--Wade Clark Roof, author of "Spiritual Marketplace: Baby Boomers and the Remaking of American Religion

"While there are books that are central in this area, nonecovers the sex education debates or accomplishes the theoretical moves undertaken here."--Cindy Patton, author of "Globalizing AIDS

Open Letter - On Blasphemy, Islamophobia, and the True Enemies of Free Expression (Hardcover): Adam Gopnik Open Letter - On Blasphemy, Islamophobia, and the True Enemies of Free Expression (Hardcover)
Adam Gopnik; Charb
R367 R342 Discovery Miles 3 420 Save R25 (7%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Presidential Privilege and the Freedom of Information Act (Hardcover): Kevin M. Baron Presidential Privilege and the Freedom of Information Act (Hardcover)
Kevin M. Baron
R2,010 R1,732 Discovery Miles 17 320 Save R278 (14%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Tells the story behind the development of the Freedom of Information Act and explores its legacy today The Freedom of Information Act, developed at the height of the Cold War, highlighted the power struggles between Congress and the president in that tumultuous era. By drawing on previously unseen primary source material and exhaustive archival research, this book reveals the largely untold and fascinating narrative of the development of the FOIA, and demonstrates how this single policy issue transformed presidential behaviour. The author explores the policy's lasting influence on the politics surrounding contemporary debates on government secrecy, public records and the public's 'right to know', and examines the modern development and use of 'executive privilege'.

Enforcing Silence - Academic Freedom, Palestine and the Criticism of Israel (Hardcover): David Landy, Ronit Lentin, Conor... Enforcing Silence - Academic Freedom, Palestine and the Criticism of Israel (Hardcover)
David Landy, Ronit Lentin, Conor McCarthy
R1,930 Discovery Miles 19 300 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Academic freedom is under siege, as our universities become the sites of increasingly fraught battles over freedom of speech. While much of the public debate has focussed on 'no platforming' by students, this overlooks the far graver threat posed by concerted efforts to silence the critical voices of both academics and students, through the use of bureaucracy, legal threats and online harassment. Such tactics have conspicuously been used, with particularly virulent effect, in an attempt to silence academic criticism of Israel. This collection uses the controversies surrounding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict as a means of exploring the limits placed on academic freedom in a variety of different national contexts. It looks at how the increased neoliberalisation of higher education has shaped the current climate, and considers how academics and their universities should respond to these new threats. Bringing together new and established scholars from Palestine and the wider Middle East as well as the US and Europe, Enforcing Silence shows us how we can and must defend our universities as places for critical thinking and free expression.

Must We Defend Nazis? - Why the First Amendment Should Not Protect Hate Speech and White Supremacy (Paperback): Richard... Must We Defend Nazis? - Why the First Amendment Should Not Protect Hate Speech and White Supremacy (Paperback)
Richard Delgado, Jean Stefancic
R347 R281 Discovery Miles 2 810 Save R66 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

A controversial argument for reconsidering the limits of free speech Swirling in the midst of the resurgence of neo-Nazi demonstrations, hate speech, and acts of domestic terrorism are uncomfortable questions about the limits of free speech. The United States stands apart from many other countries in that citizens have the power to say virtually anything without legal repercussions. But, in the case of white supremacy, does the First Amendment demand that we defend Nazis? In Must We Defend Nazis?, legal experts Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic argue that it should not. Updated to consider the white supremacy demonstrations and counter-protests in Charlottesville and debates about hate speech on campus and on the internet, the book offers a concise argument against total, unchecked freedom of speech. Delgado and Stefancic instead call for a system of free speech that takes into account the harms that hate speech can inflict upon disempowered, marginalized people. They examine the prevailing arguments against regulating speech, and show that they all have answers. They also show how limiting free speech would work in a legal framework and offer suggestions for activist lawyers and judges interested in approaching the hate speech controversy intelligently. As citizens are confronting free speech in contention with equal dignity, access, and respect, Must We Defend Nazis? puts aside cliches that clutter First Amendment thinking, and presents a nuanced position that recognizes the needs of our increasingly diverse society.

Anti-Zionism on Campus - The University, Free Speech, and BDS (Paperback): Doron S Ben-Atar, Andrew Pessin Anti-Zionism on Campus - The University, Free Speech, and BDS (Paperback)
Doron S Ben-Atar, Andrew Pessin; Contributions by Dan Avnon, Julien Bauer, Corinne Blackmer, …
R1,104 R895 Discovery Miles 8 950 Save R209 (19%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Many scholars have endured the struggle against rising anti-Israel sentiments on college and university campuses worldwide. This volume of personal essays documents and analyzes the deleterious impact of the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement on the most cherished Western institutions. These essays illustrate how anti-Israelism corrodes the academy and its treasured ideals of free speech, civility, respectful discourse, and open research. Nearly every chapter attests to the blurred distinction between anti-Israelism and antisemitism, as well as to hostile learning climates where many Jewish students, staff, and faculty feel increasingly unwelcome and unsafe. Anti-Zionism on Campus provides a testament to the specific ways anti-Israelism manifests on campuses and considers how this chilling and disturbing trend can be combatted.

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