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Law's Expression - Communication, Law and Media in Canada

This compelling new book provides a timely, sociological overview of the blurring lines between law and communications today. This work skillfully weaves together many of the complex ways Canadian communication law seeks to regulate the manner and media through which we express ourselves.



Publisher: LexisNexis Canada
Country: Canada
Format: Softcover Book
Publication Language: English
ISBN: 9780433457732
Publication Date: 2009-11-30
 
Price: $65.00
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