Professor Elizabeth Yardley discusses media representations of homicide. Yardley discusses news values, which are unwritten rules of journalism about how newsworthy a story is. She also discusses the ideal victim who is portrayed most in the media because this victim cannot be blamed for the crime.
Media and Crime
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