Free Speech: From Newspapers to Music Lyrics

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Gr 7-10These volumes sport wide margins, decorative chapter headings, and subtitles in bold type. In eight chapters, Levine discusses the periods before, during, and after divorce; the economics involved; disappearing dads; living in stepfamilies; and what to expect in the future. While this title contains some useful information, the text is sometimes confusing and often reads as though the writer hasn't determined whether to address young people or their parents. Paula McGuire's Putting It Together (Delacorte, 1987) and Jill Krementz's How It Feels When Parents Divorce (Knopf, 1984; o.p.) are better overall choices; Susan Neiburg Terkel's Understanding Child Custody (Watts, 1991) provides better coverage of that topic. Zeinert's title gives an excellent overview of this constitutional right, explaining both its history and current issues. The 10 chapters cover free speech as it applies to newspapers, books, magazines, music, movies, radio and television, protests, speech, and silence. The text is clearly written, interesting, and flows easily. Black-and-white photographs appear throughout. Students working on reports will find much useful information here; others may find themselves reading this book for pleasure once they flip through the pages.Dona Weisman, Northeast Texas Library System, Garland
Hazel Rochman
Zeinert places the present censorship battles in a historical context. She devotes a chapter each to newspapers, books, magazines, music lyrics, movies, radio and television, public speaking, hate speech, and the right to remain silent. In each chapter, she begins with a contemporary controversy, usually a case involving young people; then she surveys what's happened with such issues in the past, including court challenges and changes in the law. The history is a little dry, but it does provide a context for young people doing research or for those facing a conflict now. There's an annotated bibliography and chapter notes, and the clear type is broken up with occasional black-and-white photos. Readers will see that the debate goes on about what the First Amendment means.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780894906343
  • Publisher: Enslow Publishers, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 1/28/1995
  • Series: Issues in Focus Series
  • Pages: 128
  • Age range: 11 - 17 Years
  • Product dimensions: 6.29 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 0.64 (d)

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