Title Systematically distorted communication?: criminological knowledge, media representation and public policy
Database Articles
Date 01-12-1995
Source AUSTRALIAN & NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF CRIMINOLOGY
Abstract Argues that the direct impact of media reports on public policy with regard to law and order is much less than is commonly believed, that the influence of criminological knowledge on public policy is more pervasive than is realised and that media coverage of criminological research does not necessarily lead to better policy.
Author CHAN, Janet
Citation Id 5ZO20
Cover date Dec. 1995
Format Printed Item
Government no
Item Printed Item: 037147
Key item No
Major subject Criminology
Opinion manipulation
Law and order
Journalism
Minor subject New South Wales
MP no
Pages 23-30
Speech No
Text online No
Volume v.2893)
System Id library/jrnart/5ZO20



Copyright restrictions prevent us from showing you the contents of this document.