48-260 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Sexual Assault, Keanu Reeves, Parents Music Resource Center


Department
Sociology, Anthropology and Criminology
Course Code
SACR 2600
Professor
Mr.George Mason
Lecture
1

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Chapter One: Crime, Criminals and Criminology.
September 14, 2016
Nova Forensics:
Nova Forensic on trial PBS
Crime:
Media does not caught Crime but it may contribute to crime. It can lead to people
committing successful crime.
1989 men use to sag there pants to use it as a sociological symbol for showing new
young inmates to show that they were available.
Comrade Brad: Controls 60% of newspapers in Canada and he got rid of most of his
workforce. “Drowning the kittens.”
*Some effects due to the media
Media does not caught Crime but it may contribute to crime. It can lead to people
committing successful crime.
1989 men use to sag there pants to use it as a sociological symbol for showing new
young inmates to show that they were available.
Comrade Brad: Controls 60% of newspapers in Canada and he got rid of most of his
workforce. “Drowning the kitten. They sued himfor 1.5 billion dollars.
Parents music Resource Center (PMRC) criticized MTV and discriminated against black
music videos that lead to crime.
Matric (yes the Keanu Reeves movie trilogy) the matric defense
The Fear of Crime is real, it effects people lives (looking in back seat)
Fear drives two things 1. Terrorism 2. Juvenile
Consequences of media misrepresentation can include
Crimes against the person are not stranger related
*Crime myths
Perpetuated by the media and popular culture
The elderly face the highest rate or victimization
Most crime is violent
Serial killers account for most murders
Crime rates and victimizations have increased dramatically in recent years
The risk of wife assault increases substantially on super bowl Sunday
Sexual assault is stranger related
Young men 18-24 are group of dividuals to be victimized and victimized each other
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