Crime, celebrity, and the media are discussed and them implications of crime in the media. The media has a fascination with crime, and crime stories are popular with the audience. Media technology, Weegee and the start of the tabloids, and the similarities between Weegee and Warhol are discussed.
Crime, Celebrity, and the Media
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Carrabine, E. (Speaker). (2013). Crime, celebrity, and the media [Video]. SAGE Knowledge. https://www.doi.org/10.4135/9781526410627
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