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TitleRoutledge handbook of media law
Author edited by Monroe E. Price, Stefaan G. Verhulst and Libby Morgan
ImprintLondon ; New York : Routledge, 2015
Descript xvi, 594 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm


Part I. Media policy and institutional design : Tracing media policy decisions: Of stakeholders, networks and advocacy coalitions ; Rational legal authority, formal and informal rules in the news media ; "Club government" and independence in media regulation ; Mainstreaming EU cultural policies internally and externally: Caught between subsidiarity and global subsidiarity? ; Commercial content and its relationship to media content: Commodification and trust -- Part II. Media policy, free speech and citizenship : The European Court of Human Rights, media freedom and democracy ; The different concepts of free expression and its link with democracy, the public sphere and other concepts ; Internet freedom, the public sphere and constitutional guarantees: A European perspective ; Freedom of expression and the right of access to the Internet: A new fundamental right? ; From freedom of speech to the right to communicate ; Public service media narratives ; Accountability, citizenship and public media -- Part III. Media policy and comparative perspectives : Customary law and media regulation in conflict and post-conflict states ; In the name of God: Faith-based Internet censorship in majority Muslim countries ; Media control with Chinese characteristics ; Social dynamics in the evolution of China's Internet Content Control Regime ; Between sedition and seduction: Thinking censorship in South Asia -- Part IV. Media policy and media governance : Controlling new media (without the law) ; Are states still important? Reflections on the nexus between national and global media and communication policy ; International governance in a new media environment ; Self- and co-regulation: evidence, legitimacy and governance choice ; Media governance and technology: From "code is law" to governance constellations ; Governing media through technology: The empowerment perspective -- Par V. Media policy and technological transformation : Do we know a medium when we see one? New media ecology ; To "be let alone" in social media: The market and regulation of privacy ; Self-regulation and the construction of media harms: Notes on the battle over digital "privacy" ; Technological innovation, paradox and ICTs: Challenges for governing institutions ; Net neutrality and audiovisual services ; Network neutrality and the need for a technological turn in Internet scholarship ; Regulatory trends in a social media context

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