Freedom of Expression Across Borders

Communication, Culture, and Language

Edited by Linda G. Kean, Sachiyo M. Shearman, Mary Tucker-McLaughlin, Władysław Witalisz

Freedom of Expression Across Borders

272 pp., 6 x 9, 8 figs., 9 tables

  • Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4696-7794-1
    Published: August 2023

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This book examines how freedom of expression can be defined, shared, acted upon and responded to globally. In curating this volume, the editors collected works on freedom of expression and communication, culture and identity from a broad swath of viewpoints. Scholarly contributions come from a variety of disciplines, including communication, literature, linguistics, translation, journalism, cultural studies, art, and other humanities and social science perspectives. This compilation addresses ideas such as censorship and free speech, minority and migration discourse, language and translation, mass media, including social media and advertising, and humor and political satire.