Literature and Translation
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for the delicate balance between freedom of speech in our society and the tyranny of control and for the complex nature of the First Amendment and its changing interpretations over time The First Amendment of the US Constitution is the major guarantee of freedom of expression Since the courts are ultimately responsible for interpreting the First Amendment and maintaining the balance between freedom and control our study will focus on judicial decisions and reasoning It is essential to recognize though that other significant sources of press freedoms and controls exist So we ll also consider other factors that influence the balance between freedom and control of mass communication such as statutory law and executive and administrative actions This course will 1 familiarize you with freedom of expression including its historical and philosophical bases 2 provide you with a working knowledge of communication law so that as a professional you can thoughtfully assert your rights and avoid 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