b'Opinions Throughout History Series Well-placed, high impact photos are powerful. This exceptionally well-crafted reference book3OPINIONShas a place on all public, high school, and undergraduate library shelves, and reference selectors will want to watch for future entries in the series, which will cover privacy rights, immigration, gender roles, drug use, the death penalty, globalization and similar topics. Booklist (on OpinionsThroughout History: Guns in America)The author focuses the theme of each chapter on one or more edited documents, which are placed within the context of the time. Almost every chapter also includes a pertinent image or two, and some fascinating and little-discussed historical segments further help to illustrate the theme Thoughtful commentaries assist in illuminating the analysis throughout this readable text. Summing Up: Highly recommended. All readership levels.CHOICE (on Opinions Throughout History: The Death Penalty)This is a new series from Grey House titled Opinions Throughout History each chapter details a specific legal debate, controversy, law enactment, or supreme court decision There are many black-and-white pictures throughout the book, along with discussion questions for classroom and homework assignment use a timely reference work with a wealth of historical information and detail on these topics.ARBA(on Opinions Throughout History: National Security vs. Civil & Privacy Rights)Opinions Throughout History:Truth & Lies in the MediaIs the media biased? What type of media is the best? How do you know who to trust? In this volume of Opinions Throughout History, we take a look at Americas relationship with the media from the Colonial Era papers that helped start and support the American Revolution to the explosion of social media and the current controversy over media legitimacy. Along the way, we will look at issues like the Supreme Court battles over libel laws, the perception of bias and its relationship to propaganda, the evolution of journalistic ethics and the state of American media literacy, and how technology shaped our media environment over the long road from telegram to television to the 24-hour news cycle.Each chapter starts with a brief Introduction, List of Topics Covered, and the source document discussed in the chapter. The body of the text discusses the document from its historical context to its relationship to public opinion. Most documents are reprinted in their entirety and clearly distinguished by a shaded title bar. In addition to helpful subtitles, photos and other images, sidebars provide an often-lighter perspective on the time period being discussed.Each chapter ends with a brief Conclusion, thoughtful Discussion Questions, and a list of Works Used. Using carefully-chosen original documents that cover a wide time span, Opinions Throughout History weaves a thoughtful and easy-to-understand analysis of how public opinion is formed and evolves, starting the discussion at an historical, seminal moment, and ending with where we stand today. January 2024|550 pages|Hardcover|ISBN 978-1-63700-812-6|$195 Includes Free Online Access on the Salem Press/Grey House Platform September 2023 | 550 Pages | Hardcover | ISBN: 978-1-63700-561-3 | $195 BUY THE 22 VOLUME SET & SAVE $660Includes Free Online Access on the Salem Press/Grey House PlatformJanuary 2024|22 Volumes|13,200 pages|Hardcover978-1-63700-862-1|$4,290|$3,630More Titles from the Opinions Throughout History series on pages 4-9.(800) 562-2139 GET ONLINE ACCESS WITH YOUR PRINT BUY! www.greyhouse.com2023-304 Grey House Fall 2023 Catalog-FINAL.indd 3 2023-08-25 2:46 PM'