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Table of Contents

Introduction: visions of crime and justice by P. Mason  Part One: Criminal Visions in Context  1. From law and order to lynch mobs: crime news since the Second World War by R. Reiner, S. Livingstone and J. Allen  2. Video violence: how far can you go? by J. Petley  3. 'Signal crimes': detective work, mass media and constructing collective memory by M. Innes  Part Two: Criminal Representations - Crimes and Criminals  4. Masculinity, morality and action: Michael Mann and the heist movie by J. Rayner  5. Sex crime and the media: press representations in Northern Ireland by C. Greer  6. Organized crime: Mafia myths in film and television by G. S. Larke  7. Political violence, Irish Republicanism and the British media: semantics, symbiosis and the state by M. Hayes  8. Mass media/mass murder: serial killer cinema and the modern violated body by I. Conrich  Part Three: Criminal Decisions - Agencies and Agents  9. Photo stories and family albums: imaging criminals and victims on Crimewatch UK by D. Jermyn  10. Media representations of visual surveillance by M. McCahill  11. Completing the 'half-formed picture'? Media images of policing by R. C. Mawby  12. Film lawyers: above and beyond the law by S. Greenfield and G. Osborn  13. British justice: not suitable for public viewing? by D. Stepniak  14. The screen machine: cinematic representations of prison by P. Mason

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