1. How do the media portray the criminal justice system?
- In a generally neutral light
- In a generally positive light
- In a generally negative light
- In a generally UV light 0-o
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2. According to the CSEW do people think crime is increasing or decreasing?
- The survey corps say increasing but the MPB tried to shut em up!
- Decreasing though its really increasing
- Increasing though it is really decreasing
- Increasing which it really is
3. Who argues media coverage of crime reflects public concerns?
- Lea and Young (Left Realists) - Tabloids often read by working class people in inncer city areas where violent crime is persistant
- The Media
- Lea and Young (Left Realists) - Broadsheets often read by Middle class people in suburban areas where boring crime is persistant
- Lea and Young (Right Realists) - Tabloids often read by working class people in inncer city areas where violent crime is persistant
4. What is the official definition of crime?
- A masked man wearing black and white stripes with a suspicious bag of swag running from police!
- Reflects the selective attention of the news media to crime
- Constructed by agencies responsible for crime control e.g police and courts
- Constructed by the public with little direct experience or expert knowledge of crime
5. What is the relationship between the three definitions of crime?
- It's..it's complicated.....*sighs*
- The public definition is dependant on the other two
- The official definition is dependant on the other two
- The media definition is dependant on the other two