Journalism Law

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An Emoji Hate Crime? The Future of The First Amendment

Written by:  Krysta Ryan The Future of The First Amendment As Kravets (2010) explains, the nation’s first two appellate opinions differed on the matter of whether students have a First Amendment right in the online world beyond the schoolyard gates and the U.S. Supreme Court has never clearly addressed the parameters of off-campus, online student … Continue reading

Muckraking is still alive.

Written by:  Krysta Ryan Muckraking is a style or type of journalistic reporting that seeks out to uncover scandals, problematic relationships, and questionable behaviors of public officials and public elites. By publicizing information from the investigation, as to arouse the public and mobilize the masses to seek policy changes. There are three muckraking models-the simple … Continue reading

Public No More: The Jesse Ventura Defamation Case

JRN410: Journalism Law (CDI649DS) Continue reading

News Media on Trial: Claims of Defamation   

The Amendment protects not only speech..but also “free exercise of religion, press, petition, and assembly.” Continue reading

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Journalistic Ideology

Music, Sensor Trigger

Ironically, the power of music is rarely discussed as a medium to share messages, but it is very powerful in influencing human behavior and aids in critical thinking. The arrangement of musical sounds, depending on intensity, the music alone can trigger sensories, to cause a human response. In other words,  musical sounds provide a rhythm […]

Why storms are named after people?

Do not fall in love with people like me. I will take you to museums, and parks, and monuments, and kiss you in every beautiful place, so that you can never go back to them without tasting me like blood in your mouth. I will destroy you in the most beautiful way possible. And when […]

Local Cincinnati School Allows Digital Devices in Classroom

Cincinnati School District creates a Bring Your Own Device Policy or BYOD.


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