The Pico Decision. An Ambiguous Record. The Courts and Huck Finn.
Religion in the Schools. Evolution and Creation. Student Rights and Student Press. Library and Curricular Censorship after Hazelwood. Legal Terra Incognita. School System Checklist.
Free Access to Libraries for Minors. Diversity in Collection Development. Workbook for Selection Policy Writing. Sample Selection Policy. Guidelines for Student Publications.
Dealing with Concerns about Library Resources. Selected List of Concerned National Organizations. Summaries of Selected Legal Gases.
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Supreme Court videos violated witchcraft would-be censors. Sarah K. Herz , Donald R. Paul S. Censorship in the Schools. Who Censors? London: Book Collector, Government and the Press, Politics, Censorship.
Progressive Librarian. The censor wants to prejudge materials for everyone. ALA members debated whether or not the film should be released. Censorship: Opposing Viewpoints. First freedom: a history of free speech.
London: Pinter, Records of the Worshipful Company of Stationers, Teaneck, NJ: Chadwyck-Healey, c. Censorship and the Control of Print. Freedom of the Press in England, New York: Cambridge UP, Suppl: The Law as at 1 March London: Legal, Edward Arber.
Loading data.. Open Bottom Panel. Go to previous Content Download this Content Share this Content Add This Content to Favorites Go to next Content. ← →. Listings are grouped into five parts covering: the theoretical foundations of censorship and intellectual freedom; key court cases; professions concerned with .
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Paul Hyland and Neil Sammells. Bennett, James R.
Westport, CT: Meckler, University Casebook Series. Westbury, NY: Foundation, Westport, CT: Greenwood, Dobbs Ferry, NY: Glanville, Chicago: CCH, c. Berkeley, CA: Nolo, Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow, Copyright Handbook. An Unhurried View of Copyright. New York: Columbia UP, Amherst, NY: Prometheus, Freedom of the Press: An Annotated Bibliography. Freedom of the Press: A Bibliocyclopedia. Sharon Coatney is a former president of School of Librarians a division of the American Library Association , and has been a librarian in grade schools at all levels. The author reflects on how she selects her elementary school library collection, and books which she has refused to add, and her own views on censorship.
Colombini, Kenneth. Western Newsstand. Dow, Mirah J. School Libraries Matter: Views from the Research. Chapter authors were chosen based on the research they had already done on school libraries. It advocates for fully funded school libraries and for school librarians to become educators. It focuses on the impact of school libraries on academic achievement.
Hulsizer, Donna. This book provides an overview of censorship, and the tactics often used in censorship attempts. It tries to show how communities can fight and defeat censorship, and gives advice for arranging an anti-censorship campaign. The author and People For the American Way are concerned by attempts to limit what can be taught in public schools, not merely with books in the libraries, and want to teach all educators to fight for the freedom of information, and advocate free and open debate.
Lasky, Melvin J. Examines reports of censorship in the West Bank, and the truth of these reports. Lukenbill, W. Bernard and James F. James F. The study ends by redefining school librarianship education and their professional responsibility to understand freedom of speech issues.