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Oral and Written Reports on Media Legal Issues:
Guidelines and Ideas for Research Topics
As an emerging communications professional it is essential that you are aware of, and understand, current topics in the area of communication and media law. These current topics are constantly evolving and shape the way a communications professional makes decisions, govern actions, and communicate with others. This assignment gives you the opportunity to practice and demonstrate your competence by conducting research and reporting on your current topic through both oral and written means.
There are two parts to this task relating to the current topic in communication and media law. In the first part, each student must research and present an oral report on their current topic of between 12-15 minutes. In the second part of the task, each student must follow up with a written report of between 1500-2000 words on the same topic.
Selection of Current Topic
A section of your oral and written report must address the question of how does this issue affect the principle of freedom of speech and/or of the press? In this course we consider the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Be sure to review this before giving your presentation or writing your report:
Your report shall include at least five original sources, not including Wikipedia. Original sources can be legal documents, books, magazine or newspaper articles, or analyses found online by research institutes or advocacy organizations. Students may also conduct original interviews if they choose.
Wikipedia can give you an introduction to the topic, but cannot be quoted or cited as a source. Wikipedia points you to the original sources of the information.
Your oral report should include audio-visual elements, PowerPoint or slides. It can also include, but should not be exclusively video clips of five minutes or less from or other online streaming service on an issue of relevance to media law.
WARNING: Beware of potential plagiarism. You must submit your paper to Blackboard, which will tell you, through SafeAssign, how much of your document is copied. If your report is more than 20% plagiarized, you will receive an automatic F. Blackboard gives you the opportunity to revise it and upload it again. But once you have submitted the paper on Blackboard, once the deadline has passed, there are no more opportunities to revise it.
The total assignment is worth 50% of your final grade. The oral presentation is worth 10% and the written report is worth 40%. You will be assessed according to the following criteria:

Written Report*
Subject knowledge
Organization & length
Freedom of speech/press
Grammar, spelling, punctuation
Use of Resources