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Regulation Values and the Public Interest
Kenneth M. Sayre
by Univ of Notre Dame Pr
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||216|
every public servant should ensure that administrative decisions and actions are based on sound reasons, so that such reasons can be provided to anyone affected. Generally speaking, this means that all administrative actions must be able to stand the test of transparency. An employee puts the public interest first in the. Regulation of the media has traditionally been premised upon claims of 'the public interest', yet the term itself remains contested and generally ill defined. In the context of technological development and convergence, as well as corporate conglomeration, traditional 'public service' values in British broadcasting are challenged by market : Mike Feintuck, Mike Varney.
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Government Restraint of Content of Expression As a general matter, government may not regulate speech “because of its message, its ideas, its subject matter, or its content.” “It is rare that a regulation restricting speech because of its content will ever be permissible.” The constitutionality of content-based regulation is determined by a compelling interest test . values which embody the essence of public service professionalism. Then a very concrete example of an ethics programme was given to illustrate how these values could be translated into a system of workable, manageable and enforceable standards. Finally, the importance of involving actors outside of the public service˜ the private sector and civil.
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Regulation, values, and the public interest. Notre Dame, Ind.: Philosophic Institute, University of Notre Dame: Distributed by the University of Notre Dame Press, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Kenneth M Sayre; University of Notre Dame.
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Sayre, Kenneth M.; Maher, Ellen L.; Arnold. The book then considers the legal forms in which the public interest might be manifested in order to offer legitimate and effective protection to vulnerable democratic values by the regulation.
Regulation of the media has traditionally been premised upon claims of ‘the public interest’, yet the term itself remains contested and Regulation Values and the Public Interest book ill defined. In the context of technological development and convergence, as well as corporate conglomeration, traditional ‘public service’ values in British broadcasting are challenged by Cited by: Regulation of the media has traditionally been premised upon claims of 'the public interest', yet the term itself remains contested and generally ill defined.
In the context of technological development and convergence, as well as corporate conglomeration, traditional 'public service' values in British broadcasting are challenged by market values. Finally, the actual and potential utility of the concept of public interest is evaluated.
The book then considers the legal forms in which the public interest might be manifested in order to offer legitimate and effective protection to vulnerable democratic values by the regulation of.
The concept of the public interest is often used in legal and political discourse, lending an air of legitimacy and respectability to exercises of power. However the term is rarely defined in any meaningful sense. This book considers abstract concepts of public interest from the literature of law, political science, and economics.
Using a series of case-studies from Britain and the USA. Lunt, P & Livingstone, S'Regulation and the public interest', in Media regulation: governance and the interests of citizens and consumers, SAGE Publications Ltd, London, pp.
viewed 4 Augustdoi: /n2. Drawing on the history of U.S. media regulation, Napoli offers an insightful framework for reimagining how social media can serve the public interest.
Social Media and the Public Interest is an essential text for policy makers and those struggling to reduce the harm of caustic content and misinformation.
-- danah boyd, author of It's Author: Philip M. Napoli. In his new book, Barry Bozeman demonstrates the continuing need for public interest theory in government.
Public Values and Public Interest offers a direct theoretical challenge to the utility of economic individualism, the prevailing political theory in the western world. Bringing together leading academics worldwide, this book - the first in Policy Press’s Sociology of Health Professions series - compares and critically examines the ways in which different countries are regulating healthcare in general, and health professions in particular, in the interest of users and the wider public.
There are significant variations in how healthcare systems and health. Public Values and Public Interest offers a direct theoretical challenge to the "utility of economic individualism," the prevailing political theory in the western world.
increased regulation. A second reason for the expansion of scholarly interest in this area is the increasing importance of administrative regulation in the U.S. economy. Regulation spread to more and more sectors of the economy, and the relative importance of such heavily regulated sectors as transpor-tation, energy, and telecommunciations has also increased.
The impact. ‘Regulation is the public administrative policing of a private activity with respect to a rule prescribed in the public interest’ (Mitnick7). The definition points to three central ideas: Regulation is restrictive and directed towards private activities; it rests on administrative.
Get this from a library. Media regulation, public interest, and the law. [Mike Whitehouse] -- "The commercialisation and privatisation of the communication industries poses a fundamental threat to democratic values, and this book argues that regulators will only successfully protect such. Readers of this book will gain a deep historical understanding of the complex relationship among social media platforms, news producers, citizens, and the state., Drawing on the history of U.S.
media regulation, Napoli offers an insightful framework for reimagining how social media can serve the public interest. Social Media and the Public. Social Media and the Public Interest. Media Regulation in the Disinformation Age. synthesizes the state of affairs but also offers a conceptual framework for interpreting these developments in light of public policy, news values and ethics, and the future of the public sphere.
This book bridges that gap. The concept of 'the public interest' is often used in legal and political discourse, lending an air of legitimacy and respectability to exercises of power. However the term is rarely defined in any meaningful sense.
Even where it has the appearance of a. FIND A BOOK GO. TEACHER HOME find a subject solution find a dictionary catalogues & Price lists. Free teacher resources about workshops curriculum reading schemes English language teaching Digital solutions talk to us news Other Resources.
TEACHER. Public Interest in Regulation (H). [About the book] Financial accounting, reporting and regulation is a vast subject area of huge global importance, with interest rising significantly in the light of the ongoing global financial crisis.
The authors begin with a broad overview of the subject of accounting, setting the stage for a discussion on the theoretical and practical issues and debates regarding financial reporting.
The historic expansion and contraction of federal regulation shown by patterns of legislation in Figure form three waves that coincide with the Progressive period (for example, transportation regulation and antitrust laws), the New Deal (for example, financial markets, labor and agriculture regulations), and the social reform movements of.The Public Interest Theory of regulation explains in general terms, that regulation seeks the protection and benefit of the public at large; public interest can be further described as the best possible allocation of scarce resources for individual and collective goods.
Regulation means the employment of legal instruments for the implementation of socio-economic policy objectives. These values and ethics set the tone, framework and character for the organizations and its employees.
Granted, much of the ethical rhetoric has fallen by the way side, with many public officials being plastered with controversy in the media. The public demands answers and justice from all public servants who are involved with such controversy.