A Field Guide of Censors: Toward a Concept of Censorship in Public Schools
by Kenneth A. Strike — 1985
The author constructs two model theories about the phenomena of school censorship. The first he calls the conventional view, representing the view that seems characteristic of professional educators. The second, he calls the “censor’s” view. The purpose of these model positions is not to describe the viewpoints of any actual participants in any real disputes. Instead, the purpose is to understand the structure of the issue better.
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