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189. How the Media Can Give a Distorted View of Crime

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This Sociology Factsheet:

• Examines the concept of moral panics with relevant examples.
• Provides examples of crime in popular television programmes.
• Questions whether moral panics are still applicable in today’s society.

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January 2018

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ISSN: 1351-5136

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