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On parents, peers, administrators, and advisers : developing a system to understand self-censorship of controversial topics in the high school press
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2012)
Two surveys of young college students (N1=134; N2=372) were used to examine what perceived familial and educational factors influenced former high school journalism students' comfort levels with controversial stories running ...
Matters of highest public interest and concern: New York Times Co. v. Sullivan and the continuing evolution of the commercial speech doctrine
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2006)
This study examines the 1964 Supreme Court case New York Times Co. v. Sullivan and its influence on the Court's modern commercial speech doctrine. Although Sullivan is mostly remembered for revolutionizing libel law, as a ...