European and international media law liberal democracy trade and the new media perry keller clearly demonstrates the impact of the internet and new communications technologies on media law puts media law in a larger european transatlantic and global context shows how media issues work at the interface of human rights and economic law. Over the past half century western democracies have lead efforts to entrench the economic and political values of liberal democracy into the foundations of european and international public order the relationship between the media and the state has been at the heart of those efforts in this relationship often framed in constitutional principles the liberal democratic state has celebrated . Book european and international media law this book is the first to incorporate current academic literature and case law on european transnational and international media law into a comprehensive overview intended primarily for students. This textbook is the first to offer a comprehensive overview of european transnational and international media law with engaging case examples it discusses how a variety of topics such as communication via mass media social norms media economics media technology and globalisations effects on domestic law relate to media law. Jan oster is assistant professor for eu law and institutions in the department of history at universiteit leiden he is also a visiting lecturer in media law at the mainz media institute and kings college london he received the carla musterd award for teaching in 2014 and is the author of media freedom as a fundamental right cambridge 2015
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