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The existing reference literature on intellectual freedom tends to focus on topics such as government censorship of books, the internet, and political speech. This has also been the focus of intellectual freedom scholars among professional librarians in the United States and Canada. There has been a shift in recent years, and intellectual freedom is now being looked at from a wider range of theoretical perspectives and in connection with a wider range of cultural topics. The Handbook of Intellectual Freedom is a reference work that captures this recent growth in the field. It provides a grounding in the philosophical, historical, and legal development of the concept of intellectual freedom by providing current thinking on a wide range of intellectual freedom concepts, cases, and controversies.

Publisher: Litwin Books in association with GSE Research

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Preliminary Material
pp. i-xii(12)
Authors: Alfino, Mark; Koltutsky, Laura

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Introduction
pp. 1-6(6)
Authors: Alfino, Mark; Koltutsky, Laura

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Philosophies of Intellectual Freedom
pp. 7-40(34)
Author: Alfino, Mark

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Gramsci, Hegemony, and Intellectual Freedom
pp. 41-70(30)
Author: Raber, Douglas

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Habermas and Intellectual Freedom Three Paths
pp. 71-89(19)
Author: Buschman, John

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Feminism and Intellectual Freedom
pp. 90-103(14)
Author: Pressley, Lauren

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Neoliberalism and Intellectual Freedom
pp. 104-128(25)
Author: Koltutsky, Laura

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Intellectual Property and Intellectual Freedom
pp. 148-165(18)
Author: Tiessen, Robert

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The Internet and Intellectual Freedom
pp. 166-177(12)
Author: Buchanan, Elizabeth A.

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The Open Access Movement
pp. 178-198(21)
Author: Charbonneau, Olivier

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Hate Speech Legal and Philosophical Aspects
pp. 223-246(24)
Authors: Lipinski, Tomas A.; Henderson, Kathrine

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Intellectual Freedom and U.S. Government Secrecy
pp. 247-281(35)
Author: Maret, Susan

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Intellectual Freedom and Privacy
pp. 282-300(19)
Authors: Richards, Neil M.; Cornwell, Joanna F.

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Defamation Law and Intellectual Freedom
pp. 301-318(18)
Author: Herbeck, Dale A.

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Religion and Intellectual Freedom
pp. 319-333(15)
Author: Knox, Emily J. M.

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Art Censorship Today
pp. 334-362(29)
Author: Mintcheva, Svetlana

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Sex and Intellectual Freedom
pp. 363-379(17)
Author: Holley, Robert P.

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Sexual Orientation and Gender Expression
pp. 380-404(25)
Author: Carmichael, James V.

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Intellectual Freedom and Libraries
pp. 405-421(17)
Author: Gaffney, Loretta

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Journalism and Intellectual Freedom
pp. 422-439(18)
Author: Cutbirth, Joe

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Academic and Intellectual Freedom
pp. 440-460(21)
Author: Alfino, Mark

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Supplementary material
pp. 461-469(9)
Authors: Alfino, Mark; Koltutsky, Laura

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