In the First Amendment of the Constitution is the principal article in the Bill of Rights, it restricts Congress from meddling with the freedom of religion, speech and press, and assembly and petition. The First Amendment should have limits to how far the freedom is taken. Freedom of religion has became a issue in the world today, we see in today’s society's how our views have changed on certain religions. Freedom of speech and press gives everyone the right to say what they want as long as it doesn’t cause individuals to feel uncomfortable because of invasion in their privacy. Freedom of assembly and petition gives every individual the privilege to be anywhere at any time as long as it doesn’t cause violence on public property.
He also states that even though journalists can express their viewpoints freely, they should prevent offensiveness and rudeness and they should never make any decision that would affect their truthfulness. Freedom of expression is essential in the media because it is a strong indication that there is democracy but it should not pass the extent of rudeness. According to Haridakis (1999), there is a difference between freely expression your opinion and unethical commentator behavior such as delivering information with knowledge, escorted by opinion without explanation and soothsaying without heed of consequences (p. 230). Journalists’ role in the media is to educate the public with facts and leave them to make a decision based on these facts without ruining the reputation of the subjects included. There should be a better understand of the appropriate balance between the right to freedom of expression and the need to protect reputations (Boyle, 2000).
Whether you are capable of maintaining yourself while reading about the history of race, references to rape, and profane language that we hear just about every day, depends on you. To Kill a Mockingbird had its chance while it lasted. This novel was banned for several reasons, such as profanity. Another reason To Kill a Mockingbird is banned is for references to rape. Lastly, this novel is banned also for its racial content.
Therefore, we hold that the plaintiffs…are, by reason of the segregation complained of, deprived of the equal protection of the laws guaranteed by the 14th Amendment.” This is a very essential quote for this topic especially. As stated earlier, Johnson is saying that there is no reason for inequality to take place where kids are trying to receive an education. In most cases, those students truly
It would not only be illegal to ban Huck Finn from being read by high schoolers, it would also be a disservice given the novel’s theme and historical relevance. It is a constitutional right that free speech may not be silenced in any from it comes in. Twains novel does not shy away from political satire, outright stating, “persons attempting to find motives [moral, or plot] in this narrative will be prosecuted… banished… [Or] shot (Twain2). In his time Mark Twain was a famous satirist, so his words should be taken lightly. Twain offers
Universities are meant to be communities as well as a campus and with this said all people should have the equal right to express what they believe in freely and not be persecuted and judged. With censorship many will not be able to speak freely and will not be able to make new discoveries and ideas. " All knowledge must be questioned". This is saying that to gain knowledge you must question and figure out what is wrong with it to make it better than it was before. Without the right of freedom of speech we would also not be able to share our thoughts and be able to take criticism on our thoughts to revise and make it better and then our knowledge will become weak.
We should protect everything that people say because it's their right to say what they believe and if we take that away we are no different from North Korea or Cuba. Depriving people of what they can or can't say takes away the whole ideology this country was born of people started a revolution for what they believed so we shouldn't take it away. The only time that we should stop protecting people of what they believe is when there is a violent outbreak like the attack in Charlottesville. James Alex Fields, Jr is a prime example of what free speech isn't because speech is not going out in your car and ramming it into a group of people this when the government should step in because that is no longer speech in a peaceful way you are harming people for stating there own opinion(Pearce). Some people try to take justice into their own hands like Based Stickman AKA Kyle Chapman who went to a Trump rally and starting assaulting people with a flagpole and he was then taken to jail on suspicion of a felony with a deadly weapon(Chang).
(Alan Reifman Ph.D,2011) so, the stress will be very normal. College students’ stress has become the focus of attention of the university. Some students cannot bear themselves psychological stress, students psychological will collapse. Stress can make people angry, sad. But a lot of students can 't find that these problems are caused by stress.
The students not supporting the protest have the right to education, but that right can be infringed upon by the protests. Thus bringing the dilemma of whether school should protect freedom of speech or the right to education. In Morse v Frederick, a high school senior had a banner saying ‘Bongs Hit 4 Jesus’ during a school sanctioned event. He believed his freedom of speech should’ve protected him from any punishments thus landing him in the Supreme Court after indecision between district and state courts. The Supreme Court ruled in favor of Morse because they deemed his speech as an advocacy for drug use (“Facts”).
They also believe that children and teenagers may not handle learning about mental health the correct way. Those who argue against teaching about mental health in schools argue that “[educators] are causing widespread confusion among the majority when we engage [children] in discourse about mental health” and that they “might be encouraged to pathologize their emotions” after watching a video. (Gill n.p.). The author of the article is claiming that only a minority of people are affected by mental illness. She is also arguing that children might think of their emotions as “wrong” even though they are not, suggesting that they cannot handle learning about mental illnesses.