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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Denise L Bissler; Joan L Conners
|Description:||vi, 255 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Introduction: media, crime and hegemony / Gary W. Potter and Victor E. Kappeler --
Constructing and reconstructing female sexual assault victims within the media / Venessa Garcia --
The social construction of serial murder victims: a multivariate level analysis / Janelle M. Eliasson-Nannini and Deirdre Sommerlad-Rogers --
"These kids are killing each other": gender-neutral vs. gender-specific framing in the school shooting media discourse / Brian Knop --
The social construction of methamphetamine in the print media / Teresa Roach --
Media vs. reality: who is the real female sex offender? / Bridget A. Hepner-Williamson --
Monstrous, demonic and evil: media constructs of women who kill / Kate Whiteley --
Gangs, politics and media: lessons from the New York Chapter of the Almighty Latin King and Queen Nation / Louis Kontos --
Inequalities in CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: stereotypes in the CSI investigators / Denise L. Bissler and Joan L. Conners --
"Who are you?": shared responsibility and the victims of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation / Katherine Foss --
Macho cops, corner boys and soldiers: the construction of race and masculinity on HBO's The wire / Linda Waldron and Cheryl Chambers --
Fictionalized women in trouble: an exploration of the television crime drama CSI: Miami / Sarah Rizun --
Ripped from the headlines: the depiction of sexual orientation-based hate crimes in television crime dramas / Nicholas Guittar --
Crime news sources and crime views: the relationship between news media exposure patterns and whites' opinions about criminal justice issues / Alicia D. Simmons --
Conclusion: cultivating bias in the media / Jack Levin and Eric Madfis.
|Responsibility:||edited by Denise L. Bissler and Joan L. Conners.|
- Mass media and crime -- United States.
- Crime in mass media.
- Racism in mass media.
- Sexism in mass media.
- Social classes in mass media.
- Victims of crimes in mass media.
- Detective and mystery television programs -- United States.
- Television broadcasting of news -- Objectivity -- United States.
- Mass media and criminal justice -- United States.