Call for Papers in the areas of media law, policy and ethics:
The Journal of Media Law & Ethics (ISSN 1940-9389) invites theoretical and analytical manuscripts that advance the understanding of media law and ethics in society. Submissions may have a legal, historical, or social science orientation, but they must focus on media law, policy or ethics. All theoretical perspectives are welcome. All manuscripts undergo blind peer review.
Past issues have published articles in disinformation, social media influencing, defamation, privacy, copyright, censorship, licensing, indecency, media access, reporters’ privilege, news accuracy, bias, rule of law, and media literacy. Submissions in these and similar areas that explore legal, policy, and ethical issues facing the media are welcome. Access to JMLE is available to the public online at no charge.
Benjamin Bennett-Carpenter writes philosophy and poetry. Teaches at a public university in North America. Consults/coaches (executive, life, creative).