The V-Chip Debate: Content Filtering from Television to the Internet

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APPENDIX D

Bibliography

Marlene Gebauer and Barry Sherman


BOOKS

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Bellamy R. V. Jr., and Walker J. R. ( 1996). Television and the remote control: Grazing on a vast wasteland. The Guilford Press: New York.

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Klinger R. ( 1996). The new information industry: Regulatory challenges and the First Amendment. Brookings Institution Press: Washington, D.C.

Krasnow E. G., Longley L. D., and Terry H. A. ( 1982). The politics of broadcast regulation ( 3rd ed.). St. Martin's Press: New York.

Krattenmaker T. G., and Powe L. A. Jr. ( 1994). Regulating broadcast programming. MIT Press: Cambridge, MA, and AEI Press: Washington, D.C.

Kreech K. ( 1996). Electronic media law and regulation ( 2nd ed.). Focal Press: Boston.

Lipschultz J. H. ( 1997). Broadcast indecency: F.C.C. regulation and the First Amendment. Focal Press: Boston.

Noam E. M. (ed.). ( 1985). Video media competition: Regulation, economics and technology. Columbia Press: New York.

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