Roth V. United States (1957) And Miller V. California (1973) Write a journal entry explaining how Roth v. United States (1957) and Miller v. California (19
Write a journal entry explaining how Roth v. United States (1957) and Miller v. California (1973) influenced the creation of the legal definition of obscenity in the United States. Also explain why obscenity receives no First Amendment protection. Evaluate how obscenity laws apply when creating digital media messages. Given the crowded marketplace for media messages, content makers are turning more and more to sexual content in order to grab users’ attention. Knowing where the legal boundaries are for obscenity is extremely important so that you do not push the boundaries too far.
a) In your own words, summarize each case mentioned in the overview above, as well as the decisions that resulted from each. Make sure to include the background of each case and what the court ultimately decided.
b) Explain how each decision attempted to shape the legal definition of obscenity in the United States. How were the decisions different? How did the Miller decision build off of Roth?
c) Clearly explain why obscenity receives no First Amendment protection according to these decisions.
d) Discuss the importance of understanding obscenity laws for professional communicators. What must professionals keep in mind as they create digital messages? Provide specific examples to illustrate your understanding.
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