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World Press Freedom Day - May 3, 2022 "Freedom of Information" Subject Week

May 01, 2022

World Press Freedom Day (May 3) acts as a reminder to governments of the need to respect their commitment to press freedom and is also a day of reflection among media professionals about issues of press freedom and professional ethics. Just as importantly, World Press Freedom Day is a day of support for media which are targets for the restraint, or abolition, of press freedom. It is also a day of remembrance for those journalists who lost their lives in the pursuit of a story”. 

Print books:

  1.  Alwood, E. (2007). Dark days in the newsroom : McCarthyism aimed at the press. Philadelphia. E743.5 .A66 2007               
  2. Ash, T. G. (2016). Free speech : Ten principles for a connected world. New Haven ; London. JC591 .G37 2016
  3. Bell, E., Owen, T., Khorana, S., & Henrichsen, J. R. (Eds.). (2017). Journalism after Snowden : The future of the free press in the surveillance state. New York. PN4888.P6 J68 2017   
  4. Borjesson, K. (Ed.). (2002). Into the buzzsaw : Leading journalists expose the myth of a free press. Amherst, N.Y. PN4738 .I58 2002             
  5. Goodwin, D. K. (2014). The bully pulpit : Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, and the Golden Age of journalism. New York.  E757 .G66 2014 
  6. Jensen, C. (2003). Censored : The news that didn't make the news--and why. Chapel Hill, NC. PN4888.P6 C45 
  7. Kalb, M. (2018). Enemy of the people : Trump's war on the press, the new McCarthyism, and the threat to American democracy. Washington, D.C.   PN4738 .K25 2018  
  8. Lebovic, S. (2016). Free speech and unfree news : The paradox of press freedom in America. Cambridge, Massachusetts. Z658.U5 L43 2016 
  9. Lewis, A. (2007). Freedom for the thought that we hate : A biography of the First Amendment. New York. KF4770 .L49 2007               
  10. Media Institute and its First Amendment Advisory Council. (1999). The First Amendment and the media  : An assessment of free speech and a free press. Washington DC. KF4772 .F567 1999 
  11. Merritt, D. (2005). Knightfall : Knight Ridder and how the erosion of newspaper journalism is putting democracy at risk. New York, N.Y. PN4888.P6 M38 2005
  12. Phillips, P., & Project Censored. (2005). Censored 2006 : The top 25 censored stories. New York. PN4751 .C46 2005 

When off campus, please enter your credentials to access e-books.

E-Books:             

  1. Awesta, A. G. (2015). Freedom of expression in a pluralistic world order. Eleven International Publishing. (ProQuest Ebook Central) 
  2. Baker, C. E. (2006). Media concentration and democracy : Why ownership matters. Cambridge University Press. (ProQuest Ebook Central)
  3. Barnes, R. D. (2010). Outrageous invasions : Celebrities' private lives, media, and the law. Oxford University Press, Incorporated. (ProQuest Ebook Central)
  4. Committee, T. P. J. (., & Committee, T. P. J. (2015). Attacks on the press : Journalism on the world's front lines. John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated.  (ProQuest Ebook Central)     
  5. Coyle, E. K. (2012). Press and rights to privacy : First amendment freedoms vs. invasion of privacy claims. LFB Scholarly Publishing LLC. (ProQuest Ebook Central)
  6. Lee C. Bollinger. (2010). Uninhibited, Robust, and Wide-Open : A Free Press for a New Century. Oxford University Press.  (EbscoHost) 
  7. Russomanno, J. (2002). Speaking our minds : Conversations with the people behind landmark first amendment cases. Taylor & Francis Group. (ProQuest Ebook Central)
  8. Shepard, J. M. (2011). Privileging the press : Confidential sources, journalism ethics, and the first amendment. LFB Scholarly Publishing LLC. (ProQuest Ebook Central)
  9. Silver, D. A. (2010). National security in the courts : The need for secrecy vs. the requirement of transparency. LFB Scholarly Publishing LLC. (ProQuest Ebook Central)
  10. Simon, J. (2014). The new censorship : Inside the global battle for media freedom. Columbia University Press. (ProQuest Ebook Central)

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