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Some examples of media moral panics include; internet pornography, violence in video games, immigration, single parents etc… Moral panics can affect the public’s perceptions of crime in many ways, making the ext... ... middle of paper ... ...vious alternative source of information is conversation. However, questions then arise to how the other person’s opinions were reached. Even rumours have to start some where” (Jones, 2003; 90) Bibliography Bradley, A (1994) A Morality play for all times [WWW DOCUMENT] URL http:// www.informinc.co.uk Cohen S (1972) Folk Devils and Moral Panics. Oxford: Martin Robertson. Cohen S (1987) Folk Devils and Moral Panics.
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However, headlines of blow what had happened out of proportion, with headlines saying “‘Day of Terror by Scooter Groups’ (Daily Telegraph), ‘Wild Ones Invade Seaside – 97 arrests’ (Daily Mirror)” (Luce, 2013). From this, people started to look at youths as trouble makers and just causing crimes. Which in fact they were not and it was only a small group of people in society. However, the media made it look like it was all youths, so from this societies perspective on certain groups had changed and things which were ok before had now become as deviant behaviour or criminal. This shows the crime is both a social construction and a social fact because something which society didn’t
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