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A combination study guide and extra-credit opportunity for student's in Dan Weissmann's section of Introduction to Journalism at Columbia College Chicago, fall 2010. (More details below.) We've got four categories here
Every human being is entitled to his' her own privacy, right? The word privacy by definition is freedom from authorized intrusion. Most Americans feel as if that they have the right as citizens of the
The Pentagon Papers are a national security concern. During the Vietnam War, the press was allowed to do anything they wanted, but when the Pentagon Papers were out, the government tried to put an end
Sunshine laws are rules that allow reporters and anyone else to attend public meetings. The name comes from the feeling of "shining sun" upon the government because information was no longer kept hidden in the
particular type of media. The popular stage is where that form of media became available to a larger audience--to the average American. The specialized stages then refers to the stage of the media evol-
The eavesdropping statute in the state of Illinois limits the activities of journalists (and other citizens) in two especially important ways: 1. Recording a conversation without the consent of all parties is considered eavesdropping (compared
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