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CRIM 2038 comprehensive study notes

CRIM2038 - Young People, Risk and Harm

30 Pages Complete Study Notes Year: Pre-2018

Crime and the Media  Complex relationship  Growth in media power  Growth in technology  Growth of PR and media management strategies  Decline in advertising  Political salience – salient in the public realm  Reiner (2006: 377) representations in crime and media o Content o Consequences o Causes of media representation of crime  Processes are interconnected – need to be looked at during research Introduction  Growing public fascination with crime and justice  24/7 access to news  Top 10 watched shows o 5 of top ten were crime-­‐related shows e.g. Sherlock, The Wire etc.  Increasingly interest of criminology as a discipline  Mason – reason of crime fascination due to limited association with crime  2/3 of the public form their opinions about crime from what they see or read in the news  Relationships that form between crime-­‐media are many and complex – interests in these relationships cuts across many disciplines e.g. criminology sociology, media etc. Media Representations of Crime Commonsense misconceptionsRussell Hogg and David Brown


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