Press Law in South Korea
This study examines the legal, political and social framework of press freedom in South Korea. It covers Korea's judicial system, the constitution, periodicals and broadcast statutes, libel, privacy, national security, access to information, obscenity, copyright and cable broadcasting.
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South Korea An Overview
The Legal System
Politics and the Press During the Pre1945 Period
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