COMM 3631: Freedom of Speech

3 CreditsCivic Life and Ethics

Communication theories and principles that underlie the concept of freedom of speech in the United States. A variety of contexts and practices are examined in order to understand how communicative interaction should be described and, when necessary, appropriately regulated.

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