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33 Cards in this Set

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The theoretical view that focuses on human relationships and the way relationships affect people see reality
Social Construction
When a person experience an event through the media
Mediated Experience
_________is our most influential social construction of reality engine.
Conversation Reality
When media content is delivered as edited and highly formatted information.
People acquire social knowledge from difference sources such as
significant others, media, personal experiences and churches.
The most unique characteristics of the new media is that of _____?
There are ____ stages of social construction?
The first medium able to bypass the traditional socializing agents of church, school, family and community was?
Those who shape our sense of what social conditions are important and what the social problems are?
Claim Makers
_____ are fully developed social construction templates that allow users to categorize, label, and deal with a wide range of world events.
What differentiates new media from traditional media are 3 characteristics.
1. On demand
2. Narrow casting
3. Interactivity
The descriptions, typification and assertions regarding the extent and nature of conditions in the physical world
Factual Claims
When different types of media target small homogeneous audiences that have a special interest in certain content
Narrow Casting
According to your textbook by the time average child reaches the age of 18 will witness _____ murders via the media.
According to your textbook the crime and justice content of media entertainment product has been estimated to account for _____ all out put.
Crime and justice portraits that public recognizes such as the intently evil predator criminal are called?
Criminologist Theodor Sassin, described _____ crime and justice frames that are relevant in the United States today.
The frame that holds that crimes stem from a consequence of inequality and discrimination
Blocked Opportunity Frames
The frame that depicts crime as a consequence of disintegration of the family and community
Social Breakdown Frames
The frame that holds that crime results from leniency and inefficiency
Faulty System Frame
The frame that focuses on the Criminal Justice System rather than on crime
Racist System Frame
The social construction of reality theory recognizes 3 kinds of reality
1. Experienced
2. Symbolic
3. Social constructed
The packaging and marketing of crime information for popular consumption
Claims that offer a course of action like a public that heads to be followed to address certain conditions is known as?
Interpretative Claims
A regional or national justice event in which the media co-op the Criminal Justice system as a source of entertainment and profit
Media Trial
__________ are crimes and Criminal justice events that are highlighted by claim makers as examples of why this particular crime and justice constructions should be accepted.
Symbolic Crimes
When the delivery of media content is controlled and determined in large part by the consumer.
On Demand
The identification of a particular social condition with a particular set of claim makers who came to dominate that social construction of that issue.
When events and information are repeatedly cycles and recycled through the media into the culture to reemerge in a new context in offering media.
Values in the Criminal Justice movies may include
Individualism, Appropriate Violence, Good Consumerism, Achieving Justice
In the movie The World is not Enough eletrickal plays the part of
Feme Fetal
In the film A Muddy Romance the police are represented as
Clumsy, stupid and ineffective.
Morality plays of 15th and 16th century were
plays in which characters personified abstract concepts (AKA: Allegorical Plays)