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Group Defamation and Freedom of Speech: The Relationship Between Language and Violence (Hardback)
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Group Defamation and Freedom of Speech: The Relationship Between Language and Violence (Hardback)

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Hardback 384 Pages / Published: 30/05/1995
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This volume, an updated collection of essays presented by leading scholars at a Hofstra University conference on group defamation, provides a cross-disciplinary examination of hate speech. Beginning with the decision of the U.S. Supreme Court in R.A.V. v. St. Paul, the volume analyzes the problem from historical, anthropological, comparative-legal, and American constitutional law perspectives. Among the topics examined are the role of hate speech in the persecutions of Jews and Asians during World War II, in the subordination of Blacks, Native Americans, and women, and the pros and cons of the legal controls on hate speech adopted in such countries as Australia, Canada, and Israel. The section on American constitutional law features several proposed statutes outlawing hate speech, along with model court opinions supporting and attacking their constitutionality. The volume will be of great interest to scholars and students in the areas of intergroup relations and constitutional law as well as policy makers.

Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 9780313292972
Number of pages: 384
Weight: 816 g
Dimensions: 235 x 155 x 35 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
..."There are a number of provocative, thoughtful essays in this volume, and it addresses an important topic in a serious way....it certainly provides a very useful starting point in a vital debate."-The Law and Politics Book Review
"Group Defamation and Freedom of Speech is a valuable book and will be useful to scholars and practitioners of law alike. A commendable, well-written and thoughtful collection of sholarship."-Law Books in Review
?Group Defamation and Freedom of Speech is a valuable book and will be useful to scholars and practitioners of law alike. A commendable, well-written and thoughtful collection of sholarship.?-Law Books in Review
?...There are a number of provocative, thoughtful essays in this volume, and it addresses an important topic in a serious way....it certainly provides a very useful starting point in a vital debate.?-The Law and Politics Book Review
.,."There are a number of provocative, thoughtful essays in this volume, and it addresses an important topic in a serious way....it certainly provides a very useful starting point in a vital debate."-The Law and Politics Book Review

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