Communication Law (i)
Scientific Disciplinary Sector (SSD)
IUS/10 - ADMINISTRATIVE LAW
The course aims to introduce students to the general principles founding the national legal system, with a look to the EU law, and to analyze the different industry regulations that have occurred over the years in order to provide the fundamental to the understanding of the legal framework of the media. The course also provides an introduction that provides learners with the basic legal concepts necessary for the understanding of the notions more specialized, taking into account the fact that this is the first training in a strictly legal setting that students are facing. The course provides an introductory part that provides learners with the basic legal notions for the understanding of the most specialized concepts. Specifically, we will analyze the regulations, also of a deontological nature, which have followed one another over time, so as to provide the fundamental elements for understanding the legal regulation of communication. The course allows students to acquire knowledge of the sectoral regulatory landscape and limits that meet freedom of expression and the right to report constitutionally guaranteed.
A) General section: -
Forms of state and forms of government. - The European Union. - The sources of law. - The Constitutional Court. - The organization of Public Administration.
B) Special section: -
The principle of freedom of expression; freedom of the press and information;
- The discipline of the press - The professional organization of ournalists;
the responsibilities of journalists. – The rules and regulations on radio and television broadcasters.
Oral exam aimed at valutating the theoretical and tecnical knowledge reached by the student. .
Students that will attend the lectures must study:
Students that will not attend the lectures must study
- R. Bin e C. Pitruzzella, Diritto costituzionale, Giappichelli, 2020, chapters III, IV, IX, XI, XII.
G. Gardini, Le regole dell’informazione. L’era della post-verità, Giappichelli, 2017, chapters: 2, 3, 4, 5 e 6.