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The Resource Not in front of the children : "indecency," censorship and the innocence of youth, Marjorie Heins

Not in front of the children : "indecency," censorship and the innocence of youth, Marjorie Heins

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Not in front of the children : "indecency," censorship and the innocence of youth
Title
Not in front of the children
Title remainder
"indecency," censorship and the innocence of youth
Statement of responsibility
Marjorie Heins
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
ZCZ
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Heins, Marjorie
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • plates
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Censorship
  • National characteristics, American
  • Obscenity (Law)
  • Youth
  • United States
Label
Not in front of the children : "indecency," censorship and the innocence of youth, Marjorie Heins
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [265]-371) and index
Contents
  • "Protecting the young and immature"
  • Free love, the Comstock Law, and "secret entertainment"
  • Some judges start asking questions
  • [ch.] 2.
  • More emetic than aphrodisiac
  • Freud, the First Amendment, and a first round with Ulysses
  • Minors and obscenity in the '30s and '40s
  • Juvenile delinquency, social science, comic books, and Professor Kinsey
  • Intellectual rumblings
  • [ch.] 3.
  • Introduction
  • The great and mysterious motive force in human life
  • The Supreme Court speaks - finally
  • Protecting young psyches after Butler and Roth
  • Buttons, armbands, The little red school book, and Rupert Bear
  • Justice Brennan changes his mind
  • [ch.] 4.
  • Policing the airwaves
  • Oral sex, and "the public convenience, interest, or necessity"
  • Jerry Garcia and a definition of indecency
  • Shielding young ears from the seven dirty words
  • From Plato to computers
  • Pacifica in the Supreme Court
  • [ch.] 5.
  • The reign of decency
  • The FCC, the Meese Commission, and Art about AIDS
  • ACT I, the irrepressible Mr. Stern, and perhaps Molly Bloom
  • Sealed wrappers, blinder racks, and dial-a-porn
  • A few judges think about indecency and harm
  • School censorship, heinous crimes, and violent videos
  • [ch.] 6.
  • The ideological minefield : sexuality education
  • Youth and censorship : a road map
  • Modesty, virtue, and early battles over sex ed
  • Teen pregnancy and Sex respect
  • Abstinence unless married
  • Models of sexuality education
  • [ch.] 7.
  • Indecency law on trial : Reno v. ACLU
  • Panic over cyberspace
  • The wired courtroom
  • A never-ending worldwide conversation
  • [ch.] 8.
  • Clarifications and caveats ---
  • Filtering fever
  • The politics of filtering - blocking sex, vulgarity, and Dr. Seuss
  • State laws, Loudoun County, and Reno II
  • Heavy breathing : the "Harry met Sally" case
  • V-chips, and ratings revisited
  • Violence, curse words, and kids at century's end
  • [ch.] 9.
  • Cultural differences
  • Minors in the global culture
  • Video nasties and the venerable BBFC
  • [ch.] 1.
  • The French letter and Internet watch
  • The European Union weighs in
  • "Les
  • dangers ubuesques du filtrage"
  • [ch.] 10.
  • Media effects
  • Imitation and catharsis
  • Disproving Aristotle
  • Definitional dilemmas
  • Sex, violence, and social science
  • "To deprave and corrupt"
  • Kids, ambiguity, and the social cognition approach
  • Conclusion:
  • "The
  • ethical and moral development of youth."
  • Minors, censorship, sex, and history
  • The invention of childhood?
Control code
ocm50069042
Dimensions
22 cm.
Edition
1st pbk. ed.
Extent
xiv, 402 p., [8] p. of plates
Isbn
9780809073993
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2001047274
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o50069042
  • (Sirsi) o50069042
  • (OCoLC)50069042
Label
Not in front of the children : "indecency," censorship and the innocence of youth, Marjorie Heins
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [265]-371) and index
Contents
  • "Protecting the young and immature"
  • Free love, the Comstock Law, and "secret entertainment"
  • Some judges start asking questions
  • [ch.] 2.
  • More emetic than aphrodisiac
  • Freud, the First Amendment, and a first round with Ulysses
  • Minors and obscenity in the '30s and '40s
  • Juvenile delinquency, social science, comic books, and Professor Kinsey
  • Intellectual rumblings
  • [ch.] 3.
  • Introduction
  • The great and mysterious motive force in human life
  • The Supreme Court speaks - finally
  • Protecting young psyches after Butler and Roth
  • Buttons, armbands, The little red school book, and Rupert Bear
  • Justice Brennan changes his mind
  • [ch.] 4.
  • Policing the airwaves
  • Oral sex, and "the public convenience, interest, or necessity"
  • Jerry Garcia and a definition of indecency
  • Shielding young ears from the seven dirty words
  • From Plato to computers
  • Pacifica in the Supreme Court
  • [ch.] 5.
  • The reign of decency
  • The FCC, the Meese Commission, and Art about AIDS
  • ACT I, the irrepressible Mr. Stern, and perhaps Molly Bloom
  • Sealed wrappers, blinder racks, and dial-a-porn
  • A few judges think about indecency and harm
  • School censorship, heinous crimes, and violent videos
  • [ch.] 6.
  • The ideological minefield : sexuality education
  • Youth and censorship : a road map
  • Modesty, virtue, and early battles over sex ed
  • Teen pregnancy and Sex respect
  • Abstinence unless married
  • Models of sexuality education
  • [ch.] 7.
  • Indecency law on trial : Reno v. ACLU
  • Panic over cyberspace
  • The wired courtroom
  • A never-ending worldwide conversation
  • [ch.] 8.
  • Clarifications and caveats ---
  • Filtering fever
  • The politics of filtering - blocking sex, vulgarity, and Dr. Seuss
  • State laws, Loudoun County, and Reno II
  • Heavy breathing : the "Harry met Sally" case
  • V-chips, and ratings revisited
  • Violence, curse words, and kids at century's end
  • [ch.] 9.
  • Cultural differences
  • Minors in the global culture
  • Video nasties and the venerable BBFC
  • [ch.] 1.
  • The French letter and Internet watch
  • The European Union weighs in
  • "Les
  • dangers ubuesques du filtrage"
  • [ch.] 10.
  • Media effects
  • Imitation and catharsis
  • Disproving Aristotle
  • Definitional dilemmas
  • Sex, violence, and social science
  • "To deprave and corrupt"
  • Kids, ambiguity, and the social cognition approach
  • Conclusion:
  • "The
  • ethical and moral development of youth."
  • Minors, censorship, sex, and history
  • The invention of childhood?
Control code
ocm50069042
Dimensions
22 cm.
Edition
1st pbk. ed.
Extent
xiv, 402 p., [8] p. of plates
Isbn
9780809073993
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2001047274
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o50069042
  • (Sirsi) o50069042
  • (OCoLC)50069042

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