Essays and Cases : Foundations for Media Law
The author has taught college-level media law and ethics since 1993. Finally he has edited and published a series of essays from authors ranging from John Milton to John Stuart Mill. These are the works that shaped current American thought about libel, intellectual property, and freedom of expression. In addition to the eight historical essays, Professor Brown includes nineteen edited federal court decisions that explain the American understanding of freedom of the press and freedom of expression. This is the same supplemental textbook that Brown uses in his Media Law and Ethics courses each Spring semester.
- Paperback | 294 pages
- 177.8 x 254 x 16.76mm | 644.1g
- 11 Jan 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Daniel S Brown Jr
Daniel S. Brown, Jr., is a professor, administrator, and researcher at Grove City College. Brown specializes in communication theory and rhetorical criticism, especially as they intersect with religious organizations and people of faith. Other areas he teaches include journalism, editing, and, of course, media law. Brown began his career teaching business and professional communication in the Florida panhandle. He taught at Bryan College and Indiana Wesleyan University prior to his move to Pennsylvania's Grove City College in 2001. Brown held a visiting professorship in communication at Miami University. He has chaired communication departments at Bryan and Grove City colleges. He is a doctoral thesis examiner for Australia's Macquarie University. An Ohio native, he was educated at Miami and Edinboro universities before earning his doctor of philosophy degree from Louisiana State University. Brown took post-doctoral work at The Ohio State University and was named a Fellow at Northwestern University's Institute on the Holocaust and Jewish Civilization.