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Censorship, Lauri S. Friedman, book editor, (electronic resource)

Label
Censorship
Title
Censorship
Statement of responsibility
Lauri S. Friedman, book editor
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
363.310973
LC call number
Z658.U5
LC item number
C3925 2009
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Scherer, Lauri S
Series statement
Writing the critical essay : an opposing viewpoints guide
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  • Censorship
  • Freedom of speech
  • Essay
  • Rhetoric
Label
Censorship, Lauri S. Friedman, book editor, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 118-121) and index
Contents
  • Introduction: E-censorship -- section 1: Opposing viewpoints on censorship. Terrorist speech should be censored / Newt Gingrich -- Terrorist speech should not be censored / American Press Institute -- The Internet should be censored / Peter Grad -- The Internet should not be censored / Caroline Fredrickson -- Student behavior should be subject to censorship / Stanley Fish -- Student behavior should not be subject to censorship / Bruce Fein -- section 2: Model essays and writing exercises. Preface A: The five-paragraph essay -- Preface B: The expository essay -- Essay 1: Not all speech is free speech -- Exercise 1A: Create an outline from an existing essay -- Exercise 1B: Create an outline for your own essay -- Essay 2: Why censorship is not the solution for the Web -- Exercise 2A: Create an outline from an existing essay -- Exercise 2B: Examining introductions and conclusions -- Exercise 2C: Using quotations to enliven your essay -- Essay 3: Why student newspaper are censored : one school's story -- Exercise 3A: Conduct an interview -- Exercise 3B: Report on an event -- Final writing challenge : write your own expository five-paragraph essay -- section three: Supporting research material. Appendix A: Facts about censorship -- Appendix B: Finding and using sources of information -- Appendix C: Using MLA style to create a works cited list -- Appendix D: Sample essay topics -- Organizations to contact
  • Introduction: E-censorship -- section 1: Opposing viewpoints on censorship. Terrorist speech should be censored / Newt Gingrich -- Terrorist speech should not be censored / American Press Institute -- The Internet should be censored / Peter Grad -- The Internet should not be censored / Caroline Fredrickson -- Student behavior should be subject to censorship / Stanley Fish -- Student behavior should not be subject to censorship / Bruce Fein -- section 2: Model essays and writing exercises. Preface A: The five-paragraph essay -- Preface B: The expository essay -- Essay 1: Not all speech is free speech -- Exercise 1A: Create an outline from an existing essay -- Exercise 1B: Create an outline for your own essay -- Essay 2: Why censorship is not the solution for the Web -- Exercise 2A: Create an outline from an existing essay -- Exercise 2B: Examining introductions and conclusions -- Exercise 2C: Using quotations to enliven your essay -- Essay 3: Why student newspaper are censored : one school's story -- Exercise 3A: Conduct an interview -- Exercise 3B: Report on an event -- Final writing challenge : write your own expository five-paragraph essay -- section three: Supporting research material. Appendix A: Facts about censorship -- Appendix B: Finding and using sources of information -- Appendix C: Using MLA style to create a works cited list -- Appendix D: Sample essay topics -- Organizations to contact
  • Introduction: E-censorship -- section 1: Opposing viewpoints on censorship. Terrorist speech should be censored / Newt Gingrich -- Terrorist speech should not be censored / American Press Institute -- The Internet should be censored / Peter Grad -- The Internet should not be censored / Caroline Fredrickson -- Student behavior should be subject to censorship / Stanley Fish -- Student behavior should not be subject to censorship / Bruce Fein -- section 2: Model essays and writing exercises. Preface A: The five-paragraph essay -- Preface B: The expository essay -- Essay 1: Not all speech is free speech -- Exercise 1A: Create an outline from an existing essay -- Exercise 1B: Create an outline for your own essay -- Essay 2: Why censorship is not the solution for the Web -- Exercise 2A: Create an outline from an existing essay -- Exercise 2B: Examining introductions and conclusions -- Exercise 2C: Using quotations to enliven your essay -- Essay 3: Why student newspaper are censored : one school's story -- Exercise 3A: Conduct an interview -- Exercise 3B: Report on an event -- Final writing challenge : write your own expository five-paragraph essay -- section three: Supporting research material. Appendix A: Facts about censorship -- Appendix B: Finding and using sources of information -- Appendix C: Using MLA style to create a works cited list -- Appendix D: Sample essay topics -- Organizations to contact
  • Introduction: E-censorship -- section 1: Opposing viewpoints on censorship. Terrorist speech should be censored / Newt Gingrich -- Terrorist speech should not be censored / American Press Institute -- The Internet should be censored / Peter Grad -- The Internet should not be censored / Caroline Fredrickson -- Student behavior should be subject to censorship / Stanley Fish -- Student behavior should not be subject to censorship / Bruce Fein -- section 2: Model essays and writing exercises. Preface A: The five-paragraph essay -- Preface B: The expository essay -- Essay 1: Not all speech is free speech -- Exercise 1A: Create an outline from an existing essay -- Exercise 1B: Create an outline for your own essay -- Essay 2: Why censorship is not the solution for the Web -- Exercise 2A: Create an outline from an existing essay -- Exercise 2B: Examining introductions and conclusions -- Exercise 2C: Using quotations to enliven your essay -- Essay 3: Why student newspaper are censored : one school's story -- Exercise 3A: Conduct an interview -- Exercise 3B: Report on an event -- Final writing challenge : write your own expository five-paragraph essay -- section three: Supporting research material. Appendix A: Facts about censorship -- Appendix B: Finding and using sources of information -- Appendix C: Using MLA style to create a works cited list -- Appendix D: Sample essay topics -- Organizations to contact
  • Introduction: E-censorship -- section 1: Opposing viewpoints on censorship. Terrorist speech should be censored / Newt Gingrich -- Terrorist speech should not be censored / American Press Institute -- The Internet should be censored / Peter Grad -- The Internet should not be censored / Caroline Fredrickson -- Student behavior should be subject to censorship / Stanley Fish -- Student behavior should not be subject to censorship / Bruce Fein -- section 2: Model essays and writing exercises. Preface A: The five-paragraph essay -- Preface B: The expository essay -- Essay 1: Not all speech is free speech -- Exercise 1A: Create an outline from an existing essay -- Exercise 1B: Create an outline for your own essay -- Essay 2: Why censorship is not the solution for the Web -- Exercise 2A: Create an outline from an existing essay -- Exercise 2B: Examining introductions and conclusions -- Exercise 2C: Using quotations to enliven your essay -- Essay 3: Why student newspaper are censored : one school's story -- Exercise 3A: Conduct an interview -- Exercise 3B: Report on an event -- Final writing challenge : write your own expository five-paragraph essay -- section three: Supporting research material. Appendix A: Facts about censorship -- Appendix B: Finding and using sources of information -- Appendix C: Using MLA style to create a works cited list -- Appendix D: Sample essay topics -- Organizations to contact
  • Introduction: E-censorship -- section 1: Opposing viewpoints on censorship. Terrorist speech should be censored / Newt Gingrich -- Terrorist speech should not be censored / American Press Institute -- The Internet should be censored / Peter Grad -- The Internet should not be censored / Caroline Fredrickson -- Student behavior should be subject to censorship / Stanley Fish -- Student behavior should not be subject to censorship / Bruce Fein -- section 2: Model essays and writing exercises. Preface A: The five-paragraph essay -- Preface B: The expository essay -- Essay 1: Not all speech is free speech -- Exercise 1A: Create an outline from an existing essay -- Exercise 1B: Create an outline for your own essay -- Essay 2: Why censorship is not the solution for the Web -- Exercise 2A: Create an outline from an existing essay -- Exercise 2B: Examining introductions and conclusions -- Exercise 2C: Using quotations to enliven your essay -- Essay 3: Why student newspaper are censored : one school's story -- Exercise 3A: Conduct an interview -- Exercise 3B: Report on an event -- Final writing challenge : write your own expository five-paragraph essay -- section three: Supporting research material. Appendix A: Facts about censorship -- Appendix B: Finding and using sources of information -- Appendix C: Using MLA style to create a works cited list -- Appendix D: Sample essay topics -- Organizations to contact
  • Introduction: E-censorship -- section 1: Opposing viewpoints on censorship. Terrorist speech should be censored / Newt Gingrich -- Terrorist speech should not be censored / American Press Institute -- The Internet should be censored / Peter Grad -- The Internet should not be censored / Caroline Fredrickson -- Student behavior should be subject to censorship / Stanley Fish -- Student behavior should not be subject to censorship / Bruce Fein -- section 2: Model essays and writing exercises. Preface A: The five-paragraph essay -- Preface B: The expository essay -- Essay 1: Not all speech is free speech -- Exercise 1A: Create an outline from an existing essay -- Exercise 1B: Create an outline for your own essay -- Essay 2: Why censorship is not the solution for the Web -- Exercise 2A: Create an outline from an existing essay -- Exercise 2B: Examining introductions and conclusions -- Exercise 2C: Using quotations to enliven your essay -- Essay 3: Why student newspaper are censored : one school's story -- Exercise 3A: Conduct an interview -- Exercise 3B: Report on an event -- Final writing challenge : write your own expository five-paragraph essay -- section three: Supporting research material. Appendix A: Facts about censorship -- Appendix B: Finding and using sources of information -- Appendix C: Using MLA style to create a works cited list -- Appendix D: Sample essay topics -- Organizations to contact
  • Introduction: E-censorship -- section 1: Opposing viewpoints on censorship. Terrorist speech should be censored / Newt Gingrich -- Terrorist speech should not be censored / American Press Institute -- The Internet should be censored / Peter Grad -- The Internet should not be censored / Caroline Fredrickson -- Student behavior should be subject to censorship / Stanley Fish -- Student behavior should not be subject to censorship / Bruce Fein -- section 2: Model essays and writing exercises. Preface A: The five-paragraph essay -- Preface B: The expository essay -- Essay 1: Not all speech is free speech -- Exercise 1A: Create an outline from an existing essay -- Exercise 1B: Create an outline for your own essay -- Essay 2: Why censorship is not the solution for the Web -- Exercise 2A: Create an outline from an existing essay -- Exercise 2B: Examining introductions and conclusions -- Exercise 2C: Using quotations to enliven your essay -- Essay 3: Why student newspaper are censored : one school's story -- Exercise 3A: Conduct an interview -- Exercise 3B: Report on an event -- Final writing challenge : write your own expository five-paragraph essay -- section three: Supporting research material. Appendix A: Facts about censorship -- Appendix B: Finding and using sources of information -- Appendix C: Using MLA style to create a works cited list -- Appendix D: Sample essay topics -- Organizations to contact
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OCM1bookssj0000513794
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9780737744019
Lccn
2008055429
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remote
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(WaSeSS)bookssj0000513794
Label
Censorship, Lauri S. Friedman, book editor, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 118-121) and index
Contents
  • Introduction: E-censorship -- section 1: Opposing viewpoints on censorship. Terrorist speech should be censored / Newt Gingrich -- Terrorist speech should not be censored / American Press Institute -- The Internet should be censored / Peter Grad -- The Internet should not be censored / Caroline Fredrickson -- Student behavior should be subject to censorship / Stanley Fish -- Student behavior should not be subject to censorship / Bruce Fein -- section 2: Model essays and writing exercises. Preface A: The five-paragraph essay -- Preface B: The expository essay -- Essay 1: Not all speech is free speech -- Exercise 1A: Create an outline from an existing essay -- Exercise 1B: Create an outline for your own essay -- Essay 2: Why censorship is not the solution for the Web -- Exercise 2A: Create an outline from an existing essay -- Exercise 2B: Examining introductions and conclusions -- Exercise 2C: Using quotations to enliven your essay -- Essay 3: Why student newspaper are censored : one school's story -- Exercise 3A: Conduct an interview -- Exercise 3B: Report on an event -- Final writing challenge : write your own expository five-paragraph essay -- section three: Supporting research material. Appendix A: Facts about censorship -- Appendix B: Finding and using sources of information -- Appendix C: Using MLA style to create a works cited list -- Appendix D: Sample essay topics -- Organizations to contact
  • Introduction: E-censorship -- section 1: Opposing viewpoints on censorship. Terrorist speech should be censored / Newt Gingrich -- Terrorist speech should not be censored / American Press Institute -- The Internet should be censored / Peter Grad -- The Internet should not be censored / Caroline Fredrickson -- Student behavior should be subject to censorship / Stanley Fish -- Student behavior should not be subject to censorship / Bruce Fein -- section 2: Model essays and writing exercises. Preface A: The five-paragraph essay -- Preface B: The expository essay -- Essay 1: Not all speech is free speech -- Exercise 1A: Create an outline from an existing essay -- Exercise 1B: Create an outline for your own essay -- Essay 2: Why censorship is not the solution for the Web -- Exercise 2A: Create an outline from an existing essay -- Exercise 2B: Examining introductions and conclusions -- Exercise 2C: Using quotations to enliven your essay -- Essay 3: Why student newspaper are censored : one school's story -- Exercise 3A: Conduct an interview -- Exercise 3B: Report on an event -- Final writing challenge : write your own expository five-paragraph essay -- section three: Supporting research material. Appendix A: Facts about censorship -- Appendix B: Finding and using sources of information -- Appendix C: Using MLA style to create a works cited list -- Appendix D: Sample essay topics -- Organizations to contact
  • Introduction: E-censorship -- section 1: Opposing viewpoints on censorship. Terrorist speech should be censored / Newt Gingrich -- Terrorist speech should not be censored / American Press Institute -- The Internet should be censored / Peter Grad -- The Internet should not be censored / Caroline Fredrickson -- Student behavior should be subject to censorship / Stanley Fish -- Student behavior should not be subject to censorship / Bruce Fein -- section 2: Model essays and writing exercises. Preface A: The five-paragraph essay -- Preface B: The expository essay -- Essay 1: Not all speech is free speech -- Exercise 1A: Create an outline from an existing essay -- Exercise 1B: Create an outline for your own essay -- Essay 2: Why censorship is not the solution for the Web -- Exercise 2A: Create an outline from an existing essay -- Exercise 2B: Examining introductions and conclusions -- Exercise 2C: Using quotations to enliven your essay -- Essay 3: Why student newspaper are censored : one school's story -- Exercise 3A: Conduct an interview -- Exercise 3B: Report on an event -- Final writing challenge : write your own expository five-paragraph essay -- section three: Supporting research material. Appendix A: Facts about censorship -- Appendix B: Finding and using sources of information -- Appendix C: Using MLA style to create a works cited list -- Appendix D: Sample essay topics -- Organizations to contact
  • Introduction: E-censorship -- section 1: Opposing viewpoints on censorship. Terrorist speech should be censored / Newt Gingrich -- Terrorist speech should not be censored / American Press Institute -- The Internet should be censored / Peter Grad -- The Internet should not be censored / Caroline Fredrickson -- Student behavior should be subject to censorship / Stanley Fish -- Student behavior should not be subject to censorship / Bruce Fein -- section 2: Model essays and writing exercises. Preface A: The five-paragraph essay -- Preface B: The expository essay -- Essay 1: Not all speech is free speech -- Exercise 1A: Create an outline from an existing essay -- Exercise 1B: Create an outline for your own essay -- Essay 2: Why censorship is not the solution for the Web -- Exercise 2A: Create an outline from an existing essay -- Exercise 2B: Examining introductions and conclusions -- Exercise 2C: Using quotations to enliven your essay -- Essay 3: Why student newspaper are censored : one school's story -- Exercise 3A: Conduct an interview -- Exercise 3B: Report on an event -- Final writing challenge : write your own expository five-paragraph essay -- section three: Supporting research material. Appendix A: Facts about censorship -- Appendix B: Finding and using sources of information -- Appendix C: Using MLA style to create a works cited list -- Appendix D: Sample essay topics -- Organizations to contact
  • Introduction: E-censorship -- section 1: Opposing viewpoints on censorship. Terrorist speech should be censored / Newt Gingrich -- Terrorist speech should not be censored / American Press Institute -- The Internet should be censored / Peter Grad -- The Internet should not be censored / Caroline Fredrickson -- Student behavior should be subject to censorship / Stanley Fish -- Student behavior should not be subject to censorship / Bruce Fein -- section 2: Model essays and writing exercises. Preface A: The five-paragraph essay -- Preface B: The expository essay -- Essay 1: Not all speech is free speech -- Exercise 1A: Create an outline from an existing essay -- Exercise 1B: Create an outline for your own essay -- Essay 2: Why censorship is not the solution for the Web -- Exercise 2A: Create an outline from an existing essay -- Exercise 2B: Examining introductions and conclusions -- Exercise 2C: Using quotations to enliven your essay -- Essay 3: Why student newspaper are censored : one school's story -- Exercise 3A: Conduct an interview -- Exercise 3B: Report on an event -- Final writing challenge : write your own expository five-paragraph essay -- section three: Supporting research material. Appendix A: Facts about censorship -- Appendix B: Finding and using sources of information -- Appendix C: Using MLA style to create a works cited list -- Appendix D: Sample essay topics -- Organizations to contact
  • Introduction: E-censorship -- section 1: Opposing viewpoints on censorship. Terrorist speech should be censored / Newt Gingrich -- Terrorist speech should not be censored / American Press Institute -- The Internet should be censored / Peter Grad -- The Internet should not be censored / Caroline Fredrickson -- Student behavior should be subject to censorship / Stanley Fish -- Student behavior should not be subject to censorship / Bruce Fein -- section 2: Model essays and writing exercises. Preface A: The five-paragraph essay -- Preface B: The expository essay -- Essay 1: Not all speech is free speech -- Exercise 1A: Create an outline from an existing essay -- Exercise 1B: Create an outline for your own essay -- Essay 2: Why censorship is not the solution for the Web -- Exercise 2A: Create an outline from an existing essay -- Exercise 2B: Examining introductions and conclusions -- Exercise 2C: Using quotations to enliven your essay -- Essay 3: Why student newspaper are censored : one school's story -- Exercise 3A: Conduct an interview -- Exercise 3B: Report on an event -- Final writing challenge : write your own expository five-paragraph essay -- section three: Supporting research material. Appendix A: Facts about censorship -- Appendix B: Finding and using sources of information -- Appendix C: Using MLA style to create a works cited list -- Appendix D: Sample essay topics -- Organizations to contact
  • Introduction: E-censorship -- section 1: Opposing viewpoints on censorship. Terrorist speech should be censored / Newt Gingrich -- Terrorist speech should not be censored / American Press Institute -- The Internet should be censored / Peter Grad -- The Internet should not be censored / Caroline Fredrickson -- Student behavior should be subject to censorship / Stanley Fish -- Student behavior should not be subject to censorship / Bruce Fein -- section 2: Model essays and writing exercises. Preface A: The five-paragraph essay -- Preface B: The expository essay -- Essay 1: Not all speech is free speech -- Exercise 1A: Create an outline from an existing essay -- Exercise 1B: Create an outline for your own essay -- Essay 2: Why censorship is not the solution for the Web -- Exercise 2A: Create an outline from an existing essay -- Exercise 2B: Examining introductions and conclusions -- Exercise 2C: Using quotations to enliven your essay -- Essay 3: Why student newspaper are censored : one school's story -- Exercise 3A: Conduct an interview -- Exercise 3B: Report on an event -- Final writing challenge : write your own expository five-paragraph essay -- section three: Supporting research material. Appendix A: Facts about censorship -- Appendix B: Finding and using sources of information -- Appendix C: Using MLA style to create a works cited list -- Appendix D: Sample essay topics -- Organizations to contact
  • Introduction: E-censorship -- section 1: Opposing viewpoints on censorship. Terrorist speech should be censored / Newt Gingrich -- Terrorist speech should not be censored / American Press Institute -- The Internet should be censored / Peter Grad -- The Internet should not be censored / Caroline Fredrickson -- Student behavior should be subject to censorship / Stanley Fish -- Student behavior should not be subject to censorship / Bruce Fein -- section 2: Model essays and writing exercises. Preface A: The five-paragraph essay -- Preface B: The expository essay -- Essay 1: Not all speech is free speech -- Exercise 1A: Create an outline from an existing essay -- Exercise 1B: Create an outline for your own essay -- Essay 2: Why censorship is not the solution for the Web -- Exercise 2A: Create an outline from an existing essay -- Exercise 2B: Examining introductions and conclusions -- Exercise 2C: Using quotations to enliven your essay -- Essay 3: Why student newspaper are censored : one school's story -- Exercise 3A: Conduct an interview -- Exercise 3B: Report on an event -- Final writing challenge : write your own expository five-paragraph essay -- section three: Supporting research material. Appendix A: Facts about censorship -- Appendix B: Finding and using sources of information -- Appendix C: Using MLA style to create a works cited list -- Appendix D: Sample essay topics -- Organizations to contact
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unknown
Isbn
9780737744019
Lccn
2008055429
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0000513794

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