Dr. Stephen Wakeman discusses criminology and its relationship with the media, particularly the prominence of crime in the media. He describes the double stake of popular culture, which is that criminologists need to analyze popular culture in order to understand the significance of media in criminology. TV shows like The Wire and Breaking Bad show progressive ideas that can be implemented in real life.
Popular Media and Crime
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