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Preserving intellectual freedom : fighting censorship in our schools

Auteur: Jean E Brown; National Council of Teachers of English.
Uitgever: Urbana, Ill. : National Council of Teachers of English, ©1994.
Editie/Formaat:   Boek : Engels
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A collection of twenty-two essays on what causes censorship, how it affects communities, and ways to fight it.
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Soort document: Boek
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Jean E Brown; National Council of Teachers of English.
ISBN: 0814136710 9780814136713
OCLC-nummer: 30546510
Beschrijving: xv, 252 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Inhoud: Introduction / Jean E. Brown --
In Defense of the Aesthetic : Technical Rationality and Cultural Censorship / Philip M. Anderson --
Policing Thought and Speech : What Happens to Intellectual Freedom? / Jean E. Brown --
Academic Freedom : Student Rights and Faculty Responsibilities / David Moshman --
Self-Censorship and the Elementary School Teacher / Kathie Krieger Cerra --
Literature, Intellectual Freedom, and the Ecology of the Imagination / Hugh Agee --
The Censorship of Young Adult Literature / Margaret T. Sacco --
Censorship and African American Literature / Jim Knippling --
Intellectual Freedom and the Student : Using Literature to Teach Differentiation of Propaganda and Persuasion / Mary Ellen Van Camp --
Censorship and the Teaching of Composition / Allison Wilson --
Freedom and Restrictions in Language Use / Roy C. O'Donnell --
Intellectual Freedom and the Theological Dimensions of Whole Language / Ellen H. Brinkley --
Being Proactive, Not Waiting for the Censor / Jean E. Brown and Elaine C. Stephens --
The Secondary English Teacher and Censorship / John M. Kean --
Keeping Abreast in the Trenches : In-Service Censorship Education / Adrienne C. May and Paul Slayton --
What Do I Do Now? Where to Turn When You Face a Censor / Robert C. Small, Jr. and M. Jerry Weiss --
Caution, Novice Teachers : The Promotion of Reading, Writing, and Thinking Could Be Grounds for Censorship / Dee Storey --
Who's Protecting Whom and from What? / Lynda K. Kapron and Rita E. Paye --
Using Media to Combat Censorship / Margaret T. Sacco --
Slugging It Out : Censorship Issues in the Third Grade / C. Jane Hydrick --
Mind-Control Applications of the Constitutional Law of Censorship in the Educational Environment / Lief H. Carter and Daniel Carroll --
'Hazelwood' : Results and Realities / Mel Krutz --
and The 'Hazelwood' Decision : Thought Control in the High School? Or from 'Tinker to 'Hazelwood', to Chance? / Ken Holmes.
Verantwoordelijkheid: edited by Jean E. Brown.

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A collection of twenty-two essays on what causes censorship, how it affects communities, and ways to fight it.

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