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ERIC Number: ED011346
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1965-Dec
Pages: 188
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Reference Count: 0
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THE "FREE SPEECH" CRISES AT BERKELEY, 1964-1965--SOME ISSUES FOR SOCIAL AND LEGAL RESEARCH.
LUNSFORD, TERRY F.
AN EXAMINATION WAS MADE OF THE ISSUES AND EVENTS OF THE "FREE SPEECH" CRISES ON THE BERKELEY CAMPUS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA IN AN ATTEMPT TO PROVIDE THE BASIS FOR MORE SYSTEMATIC AND DISPASSIONATE STUDY OF CERTAIN ISSUES BEHIND THE STUDENT PROTESTS, AND TO STIMULATE SOCIAL AND LEGAL RESEARCH ON THESE ISSUES. FOLLOWING AN INTRODUCTION THE AUTHOR PRESENTED A BRIEF CHRONOLOGY OF SIGNIFICANT EVENTS DURING THE 1964-65 ACADEMIC YEAR. HE THEN DEALT WITH THE PROBLEM OF RESTRICTION OF EXPRESSION ON THE BERKELEY CAMPUS. QUESTIONS OF POLICY AND QUESTIONS OF LAW WERE TWO FACETS OF THIS PROBLEM THAT WERE EMPHASIZED. FINALLY, THE AUTHOR DISCUSSED RESEARCH DIRECTIONS AND RAISED FURTHER ISSUES WHICH DERIVE FROM THE TWO BROAD SOCIOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES OF ORGANIZATIONAL ANALYSIS AND SOCIOLEGAL ISSUES. A BIBLIOGRAPHY CONCERNING THE BERKELEY STUDENT PROTESTS WAS ATTACHED TO THE REPORT. (GD)
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Authoring Institution: California Univ., Berkeley. Center for Research and Development in Higher Education.; California Univ., Berkeley. Center for the Study of Law and Society.
Identifiers: California