Based on author's thesis (doctoral - University of Oxford, 2017).
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Balancing freedom of expression and reputation in constitutional context Methodological barriers to democratic theorising Indeterminate balancing in public libel doctrine : generic rules and "implied rights" Overlooking the checking function of the press Conflating Meiklejohnian theory and the checking function of the press Distinguishing the checking function from Meiklejohnian theory : lessons from public accountability and neo-republicanism A revised analytical framework : accountability dysfunctions, public libel doctrine, and the institutional press Assessing Britain's political accountability profile Reinstating the checking function in Bitain's constitutional context Conclusion : prospective challenges to public libel law reform.
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Print version: Stephenson, Randall, 1971- author. Crisis of democratic accountability Oxford, UK : Hart Publishing, 2018 Original