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Long-needed space telecommunications professional literature from the experts of NMHH
No comprehensive Hungarian space telecommunications professional literature has been published since the seventies, therefore the recently published volume containing the works of sixteen experts of the National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMHH) in the authority’s series of technical books fills a decades-long gap.
Judgements of the European Court of Human Rights on The Freedom of Expression: A Compendium of Legal Cases
The publication entitled Judgements of the European Court of Human Rights: A Compendium of Legal Cases contains brief summaries in Hungarian of nearly 450 decisions by the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR).
The Mirage of the Freedom of Speech
The latest volume in our series, edited by Édua Reményi and András Koltay, is entitled ‘The Mirage of the Freedom of Speech’, and offers a selection of classic works by British, American and French authors on the freedom of expression.
Robert C. Post, An Interpretation of the American History of Freedom of Speech
An outstanding and influential figure in the literature on freedom of expression, Robert C. Post has turned from the investigation of specific phenomena associated with the freedom of speech to focus his attention on the comprehensive theoretical issues of this area of the law and has formulated highly original answers resulting in a coherent whole. While interpreting American tradition and jurisprudence, Professor Post expounds certain decisive aspects of the legal thinking on freedom of expression, which are essential for European analysts and readers too.
Eric Barendt, Academic Freedom
For centuries, academic freedom has been recognized as a fundamental right, although it was not always referred to by exactly this name. There are numerous diverging interpretations regarding the substance and the boundaries of this right; ever since people have taught others and sought answers to important questions through scholarly and scientific endeavour, it has always been a matter of debate where to draw the line demarcating the boundaries of the teacher’s or researcher’s freedom.
Hungarian-Language Media Beyond the Borders 2016
The Institute for Media Studies has published Hungarian-Language Media Beyond the Borders 2016, which comes as Volume 29 in the Media Science Library series and presents the Hungarian-language media beyond our borders.
World War I Sources of Press Law: Press Law in the Shadow of Emergency Powers
Publication no. 28 in the Media Science Library series of the Institute for Media Studies has been issued under the title ‘World War I Sources of Press Law: Press Law in the Shadow of Emergency Powers’ and was edited by Roland Kelemen.