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              Media Law: Cases, Materials and Commentary
               

              Media Law: Cases, Materials and Commentary (EPUB ebook – 2nd edition)

              By Rolph, David; Vitins, Matt; Bannister, Judith; Joyce, Daniel

              Media Law: Cases Materials and Commentary 2nd edition is an engaging and accessible introduction to the dynamic area of media law. It examines the basic principles of the substantive areas of law affecting the practice of contemporary media organisations including defamation, inv...asion of privacy and freedom of information.Using carefully selected excerpts from recent cases and legislation and insightful author commentary, the book introduces important media concepts and helps readers put these into both legal and cultural contexts. The second edition incorporates critical perspectives from a range of academic disciplines including media and cultural studies to offer conceptual frameworks in which Australian media law can be understood and interpreted.New to this editionComprehensively updated with current legislation, recent High Court decisions and discussion of contemporary, topical case studies and reports.New author Daniel Joyce (UNSW) brings additional expertise in media law, particularly freedom of expression.Part 2: Media Regulation has been substantially revised with new chapters on aPrint Media and Journalistsa, aBroadcasting Servicesa and aOnline Contenta and includes discussion of the Finkelstein Inquiry and Convergence ReviewChapter 15: Information Privacy updated to reflect amendments to the Privacy Act and the new Australian Privacy Principles.
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              ISBN 9780195598490
              Available in EPUB
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              Language en
              Published NZ 30 Jul 2015
              Publisher Oxford University Press
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              International Law's Objects

              International Law's Objects (Paperback)

              Edited by Hohmann, Jessie; Joyce, Daniel

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              This edited collection expands our understanding of the theoretical and critical scope of international law by considering the discipline through the lens of objects. The relevance of each object for the development, impact, status, and authority of international law is examined,... shedding new light on the field and providing a great teaching tool.
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              ISBN 9780198798217
              Released NZ 2 Jan 2018
              Publisher Oxford University Press (S1)
              Interest Age 19+ years
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              Informed Publics, Media and International Law
                

              Informed Publics, Media and International Law (Hardback)

              By Joyce, Daniel

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                10 Dec 20

              This book considers the significance of informed publics from the perspective of international law. It does so by analysing international media law frameworks and the mediatisation of international law in institutional settings. This exposes the complexity of the interrelationshi...p between international law and the media, but also points to the dangers involved in international law's associated and increasing reliance upon the mediated techniques of communicative capitalism - such as publicity - premised upon an informed international public whose existence many now question. The book explores the ways in which traditional regulatory and analytical categories are increasingly challenged, revealed as inadequate or bypassed, but also assesses their resilience and future utility in light of significant technological change and concerns about fake news, the rise of big data and algorithmic accountability. Furthermore, it contends that analysing the imbrication of media and international law in the current digital transition is necessary to understand the nature of the problems a system such as international law faces without sufficiently informed publics. The book argues that international law depends on informed global publics to function and to address the complex global problems which we face. This draws into view the role media plays in relation to international law, but also the role of international law in regulating the media, and reveals the communicative character of international law.
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              ISBN 9781509930418
              Released NZ 10 Dec 2020
              Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
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