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Periodical Articles on Banned Books and Censorship
Try our Censorship Research Starter for a quick introduction to censorship.
- Peavoy, D. (2004). Banning books, burning bridges: recognizing student freedom of expression rights in Canadian classrooms. Dalhousie Journal Of Legal Studies,
- KNOX, E. (2014). "The Books Will Still Be in the Library": Narrow Definitions of Censorship in the Discourse of Challengers. Library Trends, 62(4), 740-749.
- Casares, A. J. (2004). The Effect of Book Banning on Child Culture: A Close Look at the Harry Potter Series. Looking Glass: New Perspectives On Children's Literature, 8(3),
- Scott, J. A. (1982). BOOK BANNING IN THE HIGH SCHOOLS, 1975-81. Social Education, 46(4), 256-262.
- Allington, R. L. (1975). Book banning: no easy answers. Journal Of Reading, 19201-204.
- Najjar, F. M. (2001). Book banning in contemporary Egypt. The Muslim World, (3-4), 399.
- Huffman, J. L., & Trauth, D. M. (1981). After Ginsberg and Tinker Book Banning And Minors' First Amendment Rights. Journalism Quarterly, 58(3), 434-443.
- Young, A. P. (2013). Banish the Books: Horatio Alger, Jr., the Censors, the Libraries, and the Readers, 1870–1910. Children's Literature Association Quarterly, 38(4), 420-434. doi:10.1353/chq.2013.0058
- Brenyo, M. (2011). [Censored]: Book Banning in the US Education System. Journal Of Law & Education, 40(3), 541-549.
- Akers, C. G. (2012). Which books are challenged more – classics or contemporary?. New Library World, 113(7/8), 385-395. doi:10.1108/03074801211245075
- TEDESCO, S. (2009). School Censorship and the Null Curriculum. Our Schools / Our Selves, 18(4), 55-62.
- Long, S. A. (2006). Banned Books Week: a celebration of intellectual freedom. New Library World, 107(1/2), 73-75. doi:10.1108/03074800610639058
- Isajlovic-Terry, N., & McKechnie, L. (. (2012). An Exploratory Study of Children's Views of Censorship. Children & Libraries: The Journal Of The Association For Library Service To Children, 10(1), 38.
- Thapar, R. (2014). Banning Books. India Review, 13(3), 283-286. doi:10.1080/14736489.2014.937277
News and Magazine Articles
- (2015). More agree to banning books. Investor's Business Daily.
- Flood, A. (2015, August 7). Are Americans Falling in Love with Censorship? The Guardian. Retrieved from http://www.theguardian.com/books/2015/aug/07/are-americans-falling-in-love-with-censorship
- Myatt, F, and Gaiman, N. (2015, August 29). Neil Gaiman: 'my parents didn’t have any kind of rules about what I couldn’t read'. The Guardian. Retrieved from http://www.theguardian.com/childrens-books-site/2015/aug/29/neil-gaiman-banned-books-censorship-interview
- Myatt, F. (2015, August 29). Best quotes on banning and censoring books. The Guardian. Retrieved from http://www.theguardian.com/childrens-books-site/2015/aug/29/banned-books-quotes-dangerous-books
- ALBANESE, A. R. (2015). Check It Out. Publishers Weekly, 262(5), 17-18.
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