McNae's Essential Law for Journalists (häftad)
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OUP Oxford
Dodd, Mike
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794 g
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McNae's Essential Law for Journalists (häftad)

McNae's Essential Law for Journalists

Häftad Engelska, 2020-06-26
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The only media law text published in partnership with the NCTJ, McNae's Essential Law for Journalists provides unparalleled treatment of the core legal issues affecting journalists. Clear, succinct, and practical, it is the absolute handbook for students and practising journalists.
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Mike Dodd is the Press Association's legal editor and a memeber of the NCTJ's Media Law Examinations Board. He is a qualified lawyer with nearly 50 years' experience as a working journalist. Mark Hanna is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Sheffield and Chair of the NCTJ Media Law Examinations Board. He was an award-winning crime and investigations reporter.


Part 1: The Landscape of Law, Ethics and Regulation 1: Introduction 2: Press regulation 3: Broadcast regulation 4: Journalism avoiding unjustified intrusion Part 2: Crime, Courts and Tribunals 5: Crime - media coverage prior to any court case 6: Crimes - categories and definitions 7: Magistrates' courts - summary cases 8: Magistrates' courts - the most serious criminal cases 9: Crown courts and appeal courts 10: Juveniles in court proceedings 11: Sexual offences, human trafficking and female genital mutilation 12: Court reporting - other restrictions 13: Civil courts 14: Family courts 15: Open justice and access to court information 16: Challenging in the courts 17: Coroners' courts 18: Tribunals and public inquiries 19: Contempt of court Part 3: Defamation and Related Law 20: Defamation - definitions and dangers 21: The claimant and what must be proved 22: Defences 23: The public interest defence 24: The Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 25: Slander, malicious falsehood and obscenity Part 4: Confidentiality, Privacy and Copyright 26: Breach of confidence 27: Privacy 28: Data protection 29: Copyright Part 5: Information and Expression 30: The Freedom of Information Act 2000 31: Other information rights and access to meetings 32: Reporting elections 33: Official secrets 34: The journalist's sources and neutrality 35: The risks of being charged with bribery, misconduct, hacking or intercepting 36: The right to take photographs, film and record 37: Northern Ireland Part 6: Online Chapters 38: The incitement of hate 39: Scotland 40: Terrorism and the effect of counter-terrorism law