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When Scandal Is the Story: An Essay Review Review of the PRESS on TRIAL: CRIMES and TRIALS as MEDIA EVENTS, Edited by L. Chiasson Jr.; SCOOPED! MEDIA MISS REAL STORY on CRIME WHILE CHASING SEX, SLEAZE, and CELEBRITIES, by D. Krajicek; MEDIA SCANDALS: MORALITY and DESIRE in the POPULAR CULTURE MARKETPLACE, Edited by J. Lull and S. Hinerman; and the SPECTACLE: MEDIA and the MAKING of the O. J. SIMPSON STORY, by P. Thaler Iorio, Sharon Hartin (1999)
Constitutional Law -- a State Cannot (1) Abridge Privacy Rights of Minors Under Sixteen by Denying Them Access to Nonprescription Contraceptives; (2) Burden Privacy Rights to Permitting Only Licensed Pharmacists to Distribute and Sell Contraceptives; (3) Totally Prohibit Advertisement and Display of Contraceptive Products Gall-Clayton, Nancy (1978-04)
Anyone Want to Buy an Elephant? Review of MEDIA ETHICS: CASES and MORAL REASONING, by C. Christians, M. Fackler, K. Rotzoll, and K. McKee; the TROUBLES of JOURNALISM, by W. Hatchen; MEDIA ETHICS: A PHILOSOPHICAL APPROACH, by M. Kieran; MORAL REASONING for JOURNALISTS: CASES and COMMENTARY, by S. Knowlton; and JOURNALISM ETHICS: PHILOSOPHICAL FOUNDATIONS for NEWS MEDIA, by J. Merrill Kittross, John Michael (2000)