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Framing Terrorism  

Alexandra Campbell

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Apr 2017
Oxford Research Encyclopedia:
Criminology and Criminal Justice
As a discipline, criminology tends to treat terrorism as an objective phenomenon, to be mapped, explained, and managed. Scholars informed by more critical strains of the discipline, ... More

Gangsters and Genre  

Anita Lam

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Nov 2016
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Criminology and Criminal Justice
While there are multiple possible definitions of what makes a gangster film, ranging from the simple inclusion of a villainous gangster in a film to those that follow outlaws on the run, ... More

General Strain Theory  

Timothy Brezina

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Feb 2017
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Criminology and Criminal Justice
General strain theory (GST) provides a unique explanation of crime and delinquency. In contrast to control and learning theories, GST focuses explicitly on negative treatment by others and ... More

The Global Traffic in Looted Cultural Objects  

Donna Yates

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Dec 2016
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Criminology and Criminal Justice
The looting, trafficking, and illicit sale of cultural objects is a form of transnational crime with significant social and legal dimensions that call into question competing ideas of ... More

Gothic Criminology  

Cecil Greek

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Apr 2017
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Criminology and Criminal Justice
Gothic criminology was developed in the first decade of the 21st century as a postmodern theoretical model, incorporating elements from key criminological/sociological texts and themes ... More

Graffiti  

Andrzej Zieleniec

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Jul 2017
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Criminology and Criminal Justice
Graffiti has a long history. There are many examples from the history of human cultures of signs and symbols left on walls as remnants of human presence. However, the origins of modern ... More

Guilt or Innocence: Lessons About the Legal Process in American Courtroom Films  

Paul Bergman

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Apr 2017
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Criminology and Criminal Justice
American courtroom films depicting criminal trials have long resonated with audiences around the world, including viewers in countries whose legal systems are very different from those ... More

Historical Approaches to the Study of Crime, Media, and Popular Culture  

Paul Knepper

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Apr 2017
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Criminology and Criminal Justice
Historical study of crime, media, and popular culture has been underway since “the cultural turn” in the social sciences and humanities in the 1980s. Since then, a diverse literature has ... More

Historical Representations of Crime and the Criminal  

Eamonn Carrabine

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Aug 2017
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Criminology and Criminal Justice
The enduring popular fascination with crime and criminality suggests that history matters. In the most obvious sense, current representations of crime in the media bear traces of earlier ... More

Homicide in Television Drama Series  

Penny Crofts

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Jul 2017
Oxford Research Encyclopedia:
Criminology and Criminal Justice
This chapter analyzes the representation of homicide in contemporary television drama series. The chapter draws upon critical analysis from the fields of criminal law, criminology, law and ... More

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