Hoddies by Fawbert and Evalution of Moral Panics

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1. Which shopping centre banned what articles of clothing?

  • Bluewater - Baseball caps and Hoodies
  • Redwater - Beanie hats and Hoodies
  • Greenwater - Miniskirts and Highheels
  • Celadon City Dept Store - Naked and ****** piercings
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2. What happended to sales of hoodies following the media attention?

  • Sales soared as young people realise wearing them upsets authority
  • Sales plumit as old people realise they upset people in authority
  • Sales stay the same as all people realise they dont give a ****
  • Sales aren't affected cuz dem youths STEAL em! OH NO DEAR GOD!

3. Who says moral panics are outdated and why?

  • The future - There SOOOOOOO last century!
  • McRobbie and Thornton - Differentiated nature of modern media, media savvy nature of people today, happen too often to have big impact
  • Fawbert - Differentiated nature of modern media, media savvy nature of people today, happen too often to have big impact
  • Young - Differentiated nature of modern media, media savvy nature of people today, happen too often to have big impact

4. Who said Folk Devils are outdated and why?

  • Fawbert - More complex society, folk devils are contested, people don't create them for fear of rebound
  • Rock Devils cuz folk music sucks! ;P
  • McRobbie and Thornton - More complex society, folk devils are contested, people don't create them for fear of rebound
  • Young - More complex society, folk devils are contested, people don't create them for fear of rebound

5. Who criticses moral panics and why?

  • Immoral relaxes because they have a love/hate relationship
  • Young - Implies crime is in large part constructed by the media, ignoring victims
  • Middle Aged - Implies crime is in large part constructed by the media, ignoring victims
  • Old - Implies crime is in no part constructed by the media, accepting victims

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