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OUTREACH: 
The Champions & Betrayers of Media Accountability,
The First Amendment, & The Public Interest

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    “…it is a tragedy when academia cuts itself off from active participation in the public sphere.   It is a tragedy when academic scholarship is evaluated solely on publication in refereed articles where things will be read by six other specialists if you are lucky.  The mean number of times an academic article is cited in literature is slightly less than once – between 0.8 and 0.9.”

       …For a variety of internal discussions, there are huge resources deployed.  There is a great deal of knowledge generated.  Powerful analytic techniques. It’s not that this is not a significant kind of knowledge production, but it is very poorly engaged with broader public discussions.”

from the introductory remarks of Craig Calhoun, President of the Social Science Research Council, at the Media Policy & Research Pre-Conference, January 11, 2007, Memphis, Tennessee
     SEE -- Correspondence with Social Science Research Council



Law Review Article # 1
"Journalistic Malpractice: Suing Jayson Blair and the New York Times
for Fraud and Negligence
"
,
Professor Clay Calvert & Professor Robert D. Richards,
14 Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal 1 (2003-2004)

correspondence with Professors Calvert & Richards



Law Review Article # 2
"Access to the Press -- A New First Amendment Right",

Professor Jerome A. Barron, 
80 Harvard Law Review 1641 (1966-1967)

correspondence with Professor Barron




Law Review Article # 3
"Institutional Reckless Disregard for Truth in Public:
Defamation Actions against the Press
"

Professor Randall P. Bezanson & Gilbert Cranberg,
90 Iowa Law Review 887 (March 2005)

correspondence with Professors Bezanson & Cranberg



& Further Article
"The 'Muzzled Media': Constitutional Crisis or Product Liability Scam?"
Martin London Esq.,
Twentieth Century Fund, Inc. (1993)

correspondence with Martin London



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SEARCHING FOR LEGAL ASSISTANCE & AMICUS CURIAE --

 
         Bar Associations

          Law Schools & Law Professors



BUILDING HONEST MEDIA SCHOLARSHIP --

   
       Academic Institutes & Universities


GETTING THE WORD OUT --

           Media-Watch Organizations, Media, & Journalists

 

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Advancing our Democracy through Public Discussion

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