Legal Constraints on the Press In Post-Junta Greece, 1974-77

Paraschos, Manny
March 1983
Journalism Quarterly;Spring83, Vol. 60 Issue 1, p48
Academic Journal
Presents and analyzes the laws that affected free expression and the press in post-junta Greece along with the most prominent cases. Transition from the military dictatorship to a renewed dedication to democratic principles; Dissemination of ideas through the press; Confidentiality and libel in hte context of disseminating news.


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