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أطر الكتابة الساخرة في المواقع الإعلامية العربية المتخصصة, Iman Aleywan Apr 2020

أطر الكتابة الساخرة في المواقع الإعلامية العربية المتخصصة, Iman Aleywan

BAU Journal - Society, Culture and Human Behavior

Amid the great decline in the ceiling of freedom in the Arab countries where the media confronts a constantly deterioration situation, as stated in the 2018 report by “Reporters Without Borders”, satirical journalism seems to be a refuge for the writers to criticize their regimes indirectly and a means to avoid arrest and imprisonment. As the humor and irony in the golden age of the newspapers, were a space to express the forbidden and to state an opposition to the authority, the Internet has allowed the emergence of several media sites that provide “inaccurate and false news” on purpose to ...


Free Speech On College Campuses: Constitutional Rights In Context, Rhett Hunt, Brian Ridd May 2018

Free Speech On College Campuses: Constitutional Rights In Context, Rhett Hunt, Brian Ridd

Brigham Young University Prelaw Review

Although college campuses across the United States are characterized by and regarded for the diversity of their students, arguments over political preference can lead to riots and violence. As these riots and violence escalate, the right to free speech is also threatened. Constitutional understanding should be taught to all students in higher education in order to dissolve this threat to free speech.