Censorship Summary

Everything you need to understand or teach Censorship.

  • 19 Student Essays
  • 7 Encyclopedia Articles
  • 17 Literature Criticisms
  • ...and more

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Encyclopedia Articles (7)

1,272 words, approx. 5 pages
Censorship: National, International Censorship is a practice that limits public access to materials, including printed text, photographs and art, music and video, or other multimedia, based on the val... Read more
10,156 words, approx. 34 pages
Censorship and the Regulation of Expression Modern discussions of censorship center on the legitimacy of the regulatory structures and actions through which expression and communication are governed, ... Read more
719 words, approx. 3 pages
Censorship "Censorship" is the suppression of speech or symbolic expression for reason of its message. Liberal Western constitutionalism has traditionally condemned censorship on both in... Read more
2,119 words, approx. 8 pages
Censorship In the strict sense, censorship refers to government suppression of specific ideas, forms of expression, or speakers. Private corporations, media conglomerates, schools, and even individual... Read more
20,544 words, approx. 69 pages
FROM THE BEGINNING of history, people have recognized the power of words to influence lives and shape events. Usually this power is a good thing. A free exchange of ideas has led to progress in religi... Read more
57,063 words, approx. 191 pages
The writer A.J. Liebling once said: "Freedom of the press is guaranteed only to those who own one." With the advent of the Internet, however, this is no longer the case—anyone with a computer and... Read more
48,300 words, approx. 162 pages
“One man’s hate speech is another man’s political statement.” Charles Levendosky, Liberal Opinion Weekly, August 17, 1998 Benjamin Smith, a twenty-one-year-old member of the... Read more