First Amendment Rights: An Encyclopedia

Editors: Lind, Nancy S. and Rankin, Erik
Publication Year: 2012
Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 978-1-61-069212-0
Category: Social Sciences - Political science
Book Status: Pending
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This two-volume work addresses every key, cutting-edge issue regarding the First Amendment, including subjects such as freedom of religion, freedom of press, freedom of speech, and freedom of organization.

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Table of Contents

  • Copyright Acknowledgments
  • VOLUME ONE: Traditional Issues on the First Amendment
  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction
  • Chapter 1 First Amendment Approaches - Timothy O. Lenz
  • Chapter 2 Overview of the First Amendment - Peter Renstrom
  • Chapter 3 Issues and Controversies in the First Amendment - Samuel Walker
  • Chapter 4 Freedom of Association: 21st Century Issues - Robert Bresler
  • Chapter 5 Freedom of Speech - Earl Pollock
  • Chapter 6 The First Amendment and the SEC - Revised by Nancy S. Lind and Erik T. Rankin
  • Chapter 7 Freedom of the Press - Nancy Cornwell
  • Chapter 8 Twenty-First Century Issues - Nancy Cornwell
  • Chapter 9 The Establishment Clause - Earl Pollock
  • Chapter 10 The Free Exercise Clause - Earl Pollock
  • Appendix: Pre-2008 Cases
  • VOLUME TWO: Contemporary Challenges to the First Amendment
  • Chapter 1 The Roberts Court and the First Amendment: The First Six Terms - Thomas E. McClure
  • Chapter 2 WikiLeaks and the First Amendment: Free Speech, the Mass Media, and the National Security Narrative - Anthony DiMaggio
  • Chapter 3 Social Media and the First Amendment - Chad M. Kahl
  • Chapter 4 OMG! “Sexting”: First Amendment Right or Felony? - Sherry Cannon
  • Chapter 5 Student Speech and the First Amendment: A Comprehensive Approach - Lee Goldman
  • Chapter 6 Student Free Speech and Free Exercise of Religion: Guidance for K–12 Teachers and Administrators in California - Ronald Wenkart et al.
  • Chapter 7 Electronic Games and the First Amendment - Thomas Rousse
  • Chapter 8 Markets, Free Speech, and Commercial Expression - Wayne McIntosh
  • Chapter 9 The Right to Peaceable Assembly and Social Movements: The Role of “Occupying” Space as a Way to Speak - Joseph Zompetti, Maria Moore, Peter Smudde, and Stephen Hunt
  • Chapter 10 The Intellectual Forebears of Citizens United - Ronald Rotunda
  • Chapter 11 Corporate First Amendment Rights after Citizens United: An Analysis of the Popular Movement to End the Constitutional Personhood of Corporations - Susanna Ripken
  • Chapter 12 Death, Grief and Freedom of Speech: Does the First Amendment Permit Protection against the Harassment and Commandeering of Funeral Mourners? - Alan Brownstein and Vikram Amar
  • Chapter 13 Under the Veil: Muslims and the First Amendment - Eugene Volokh
  • Chapter 14 Contraception and the First Amendment - Nancy S. Lind and Erik T. Rankin
  • Appendix: Post-2008 Cases
  • Bibliography
  • About the Editors and Contributors