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Sandra Braman|SELECTED PUBLICATIONS constitutional law

   Information and socioeconomic class in US constitutional law. Journal of Communication, 39(3), 1989, 163-179.

   The right to create: Cultural policy in the fourth stage of the information society. Gazette: The International Journal of Communication Studies, 1998, 77-91.

   New information technologies and the restructuring of higher education: The constitutional view. In Brian Loader & William Dutton (Eds.), The digital academe: New media in higher education and learning, pp. 268-89. NY: Routledge, 2002.

   Posthuman law: Information policy and the machinic world. First Monday, 7(12), 2002.

   The limits of diversityIn Philip M. Napoli (Ed.), Media diversity and localism:  Meaning and metrics, pp. 139-50.  Mahwah, NJ:  Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2007.

   Globalizing media law and policyIn Daya Thussu (Ed.) Internationalizing media studies, pp. 93-115.  London: Routledge, 2009.

   Anti-terrorism laws and the harmonization of media and communication policy. In Robin Mansell & Marc Raboy (Eds.) Handbook of global media and communication policy, pp. 486-504.  Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell, 2011.

   An introduction to information policyIn Change of state:  Information, policy, and power, pp. 1-8.  Cambridge, MA:  MIT Press, 2006 (reprinted 2007).