Blogging

Blogging

Book - 2008
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Baker & Taylor
In titles that offer all of the statutes, legal opinions, and studies needed to structure a cohesive argument on a given controversial topic, issues are presented from multiple points of view, sidebars cite laws and opinions to aid in critical analysis, and paratextual questions encourage reader engagement.

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The increased popularity of Weblogs, or "blogs," has prompted many questions: Should blogging about a candidate be considered a political advertisement, subject to campaign finance laws? Should bloggers receive the same access to public officials and events as traditional journalists do? Should schools be able to regulate their students' blogs? Blogging tackles these issues by examining this hot-button topic from different angles. Full-color photographs, comprehensive sidebars, and relevant elements of the argument add value to this useful new resource for students of current issues.

Baker
& Taylor

Presents arguments for and against the freedom of speech of bloggers in the area of online journalism, student views, and the workplace.

Publisher: New York : Chelsea House, c2008
ISBN: 9780791096451
0791096459
Characteristics: 107 p. : col. ill. ; 24 cm

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