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Author Rolph, David.

Title Media law : cases, materials and commentary / David Rolph, Matt Vitins, Judith Bannister, Daniel Joyce, Jason Bosland, Jonathan Gill, Michael Douglas.

Published Docklands, Victoria : Oxford University Press Australia & New Zealand, 2022.

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Edition Third edition.
Physical description 1 online resource ( 1148 pages) :
Contents Table of Statutes -- Part 1. Introduction -- 1. The Social and Political Role of the Media -- 2. Freedom of Expression -- Part 2. Media Regulation -- 3. Print Media and Journalists -- 4. Broadcasting Services -- 5. Online Content -- 6. Media Ownership -- Part 3. Defamation and the Protection of Reputation -- 7. Liability for Defamation -- 8. Defences to Defamation -- 9. Remedies for Defamation -- 10. Injurious Falsehood, Negligence and Misleading or Deceptive Conduct -- Part 4. Contempt and Open Justice -- 11. Contempt of Court -- 12. The Principle of Open Justice -- 13. Suppression Orders -- Part 5. Privacy -- 14. Privacy -- 15. Breach of Confidence -- 16. Information Privacy -- Part 6. Offensive Publications -- 17. Offensive Publications -- Part 7. Freedom of Information -- 18. Freedom of Information.
Summary "A critical introduction to the principles and application of media law. Media Law: Cases, Materials and Commentary introduces the key concepts of media law and how to apply these theories in practice. It examines the basic principles underpinning areas of law that are most relevant to the media, including defamation, contempt of court, invasion of privacy, breach of confidentiality, and freedom of information. Critical perspectives from varying academic disciplines provide conceptual frameworks through which Australian media law can be understood and interpreted. Written by an extended team of authors, the third edition includes new cases and recent changes in legislation to defamation laws and privacy laws. It equips you with updated excerpts from cases, legislation and author commentary, and places these excerpts in legal and media contexts. NEW to this edition: Updated to reflect significant changes in legislation to national, uniform defamation laws, online content and privacy laws, including online privacy; A strong focus on critical perspectives help you form your own ideas and prepare for professional work; Includes a new chapter on suppression and non-publication orders to address the impact this has on the day-to-day practice of court reporting; New case studies provide you with current examples to demonstrate how theoretical principles can be applied in practice; Updated discussion questions encourage critical reflection."--Back cover.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI Available via World Wide Web.
Other author Rolph, David, author.
Vitins, Matt, author.
Bannister, Judith, author.
Joyce, Daniel author.
Bosland, Jason, author.
Gill, Jonathan, author.
Douglas, Michael, author.
ProQuest (Firm)
Subject Mass media -- Law and legislation.
Local series Proquest Ebook Central
ISBN 9780190323875 electronic book
0190323876 electronic book