The Journalis Guide to Media Law: A handbook for communicators in a digital world

Mark Pearson, Mark Polden

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20.21.1630
070.4
Buku - Elektronik (E-Book)

This edition retains the basic chapter structure of its predecessor, but the content within those chapters has been revised to include fresh and ground-breaking new cases, legislative amendments and important new laws and interpretations of some issues. Recent research has shown that media law is no longer a contest between large media organisations and the rich and famous of society. There is a much larger proportion of litigation between ordinary citizens over what they have said about each other on social media or on private websites. This is also reflected in the kinds of cases we profile in this edition.

There is also an increased emphasis on the higher pressure and pace of the 24/7 news cycle across a range of media, exacerbating the risks to communicators and publishers through their own work and the contributions of third-party commenters on their social media feeds and sites.

Like earlier editions, the book aims to give professional communicators and students a basic working understanding of the key areas of media law and ethical regulation likely to affect them in their research, writing and publishing across media platforms. It tries to do this by introducing the basic legal concepts while exploring the ways in which a professional communicator’s work practices can be adapted to withstand legal challenges.

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JOURNALISM
MEDIA LAW,

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The Journalis Guide to Media Law: A handbook for communicators in a digital world
978 1 76029 784 8
560p.; pdf file.; 12 MB
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Mark Pearson, Mark Polden
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Allen & Unwin
Sydney
2019

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