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Criminology - The Study of Crime

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Crime and the Media

It is important to consider the ways in which crime is reported through different media channels, and how these incidents are reported.  The visuals, word choice, and attitudes towards the reported crimes can impact how citizens perceive and fear these sorts of activities, and how they respond to such news.


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