CRIM 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: London Evening Standard, Crime Comics, Copycat Crime

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Case study 2. 1: spin, skunk , and moral panic: october 2007: london evening standard newspaper titles an article deadly. In 1940s, canadian government passed a law, making it illegal to make, print, publish, distribute or sell a crime comic : section 163 of criminal code. Policing the crisis: 1978 book by stuart hall, chas critcher, tony jefferson, john clarke, and brian. Burns and crawford: based on ronald burns and charles crawford article, school shootings, the media and public fear: ingredients for a moral. Panic looked into school shootings, if they were a legitimate problem juveniles are left out even though their thoughts and behaviours should be the target of discussion. The bad guys : media representations often stereotype racial minorities as bad guys , black offenders often portrayed by media as violent and aggressive, can have real social consequences, readers/viewers may perceive stereotyped minorities as more dangerous than other groups.

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