ERIC Number: ED276043
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1984
Reference Count: 0
Censorship's New Wave.
Salomone, Ronald E., Ed.
Focus, v11 n1 Fall 1984
Focusing on the dramatic increase in the scope, intensity and frequency of censorship protests in the United States, and based on the premise that the censorship crusade is better organized, staffed, and financed than ever before, this journal issue addresses many facets of the censorship problem. In addition to an introduction by Ronald Salomone, the following articles are included: (1) "Keep the Clocks from Striking Thirteen by Speaking Out Against Censorship in 1984 and Beyond" (James E. Davis); (2) "Guidelines, Censorship, and the Basie Band--A Personal View" (Charles Suhor); (3) "The Cycle of Censorship" (Robert Small); (4) "Censorship and the Monster Within" (Leroy Perkins); (5) "A Few Books and Articles about Censorship" (Ken Donelson); (6) "Tell City Rejects the Secular Humanism Charge" (Edward B. Jenkinson); (7) "Monello, Wisconsin--A Case Study in Censorship" (Lee Burress); (8) "A Hot Potato: Information on Conscientious Objection to Military Service in Public Schools" (Helen Horn); (9) "Censorship: A Delicate Balance between School and Community" (anonymous); (10) "Academic Freedom: A Casualty of Extremism?" (Scott Nusbaum); (11) "Censorship--Be Prepared" (Leni Cook); (12) "Writing Rationales: Why and How?" (Lois Spencer); (13) "A Format for Rationale Writing" (Judith Keck); (14) "Rationale for 'Chernowitz!'" (Judith Keck); (15) "Statement of Censorship and Professional Guidelines" (National Council of Teachers of English); (16) "An Enemy of Censorship: People for the American Way" (Terry S. Haywood); (17) "The Silent Censor" (T. J. Ray); (18)"Reflections on Teaching English: An Interview with Martha Cottrill" (Sharon Patrick); (19) "The Cumulative Sentence: A Better Way" (R. E. Stratton). (JD)
Descriptors: Academic Freedom, Censorship, Freedom of Information, Instructional Materials, Intellectual Freedom, Legal Problems, Literature, Moral Issues, Persuasive Discourse, Public Opinion, School Community Relationship
FOCUS, Division of Humanities, Ohio University, Chillicothe, OH 45601 ($7.50 for one year subscription (3 issues); make check payable to SOCTE).
Publication Type: Information Analyses; Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Southeastern Ohio Council of Teachers of English.; Ohio Univ., Chillicothe. Div. of Humanities.
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