キャンパス内における表現の自由とその規制 [in Japanese] Free Speech and the Regulation of Hate Speech on Campus in U.S.A [in Japanese]
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In recent years, American campuses have experienced a lot of disturbing incidents of racial insults and harassments. In response to the rising number of these incidents, many campuses have led to adopt or to consider adopting student conduct rules prohibiting slurs and epithets against persons on the basis of thier race, ethnicity, religion, sex, and so on. There are heated debates concerning the proper response to the issue. At the center of the controversy is a tension between the constitutional guarantees of equality found primarily in the Fourteenth Amendment and the constitutional guarantees of free expression found in the First Amendment.
- Bulletin of Educational Course, Graduate School of Education, the University of Tokyo
Bulletin of Educational Course, Graduate School of Education, the University of Tokyo (16), 89-97, 1997-03
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