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|Description:||viii, 380 pages ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||PART 1 JOURNALISTS AND THE LEGAL SYSTEM1 Media law2 The legal system3 Media freedomsPART 2 JOURNALISTS AND JUSTICE4 Journalists and the criminal process5 Sub judice contempt 6 Dealing with courts and jurors7 Reporting the courtsPART 3 JOURNALISTS AND REPUTATIONS8 Identifying defamation9 Defending defamationPART 4 JOURNALISTS AND INFORMATION10 Keeping secrets: confidentiality and sources11 Copyright12 Freedom of Information legislationPART 5 ETHICS AND THE LAW13 Privacy and morality14 The regulatorsPART 6 FUTURE ISSUES15 Future issuesBibliographyIndex|
|Other Titles:||Media law|
"His book is written with flair and authority and will help journalists do their job confidently while staying on the right side of the law." --John Tidey, "Pacific Area Newspaper Publishers