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2006

Property Law and Real Estate

University of the Pacific

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Property And Television, John G. Sprankling Jan 2006

Property And Television, John G. Sprankling

McGeorge School of Law Scholarly Articles

Property rights are-in large part-based on societal expectations. What shapes those expectations? One factor is television, our culture's most important medium of communication. The modern "reality show" may be particularly powerful in affecting the attitudes of viewers because it presents a model of "real life" behavior. This essay is the first legal scholarship to explore the relationship between television and property rights. It focuses on Survivor, the CBS program that chronicles the lives of "castaways" trying to survive in a tropical wilderness, where property is both scarce and vital. Survivor is a "reality show"-and one of the most ...


The Presumption Of Undue Influence Resurrected: He Said/She Said Is Back, Christine Manolakas Jan 2006

The Presumption Of Undue Influence Resurrected: He Said/She Said Is Back, Christine Manolakas

McGeorge School of Law Scholarly Articles

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