Censoring culture contemporary threats to free expression robert atkins svetlana mintcheva on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers if your idea of censorship is an anonymous bureaucrat in a government office exercising prudish control over offensive art and speech. Censoring culture contemporary threats to free expression the dire effects on free expression of corporate consolidation especially in the media for example have been noted the self defeating extremes of political correctness have been subject to harsh criticism they are often dismissed as the whining of political others. The pieces in censoring culture cover threats to free expression in the broadest sense not censorship narrowly conceived and have an emphasis on artists art galleries and museums this reflects the background of the editors one an art historian and the other the director of an arts program opposing censorship. Contemporary theats to free expression robert atkins and svetlana mintcheva editors the harrowing main theme of censoring culture is that in contemporary society it is very often a case of us censoring ourselves the issue of self censorship in contemporary american culture is not straightforward however and the discussion in . Censorship today is just as likely to be the result of a market force or a bandwidth monopoly as a line edit or the covering of a nude sculpture and the current system of new technologies and economic contemporary threats to free expression edited by robert atkins in censoring culture
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