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Michael Salter - Crime, Justice and Social Media (New Directions in Critical Criminology) - 9781138919679 - V9781138919679
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Crime, Justice and Social Media (New Directions in Critical Criminology)

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Description for Crime, Justice and Social Media (New Directions in Critical Criminology) Paperback. Series: New Directions in Critical Criminology. Num Pages: 194 pages, 14 black & white illustrations, 14 black & white halftones. BIC Classification: JFSJ; JHB; JKV; UBJ. Category: (G) General (US: Trade). Dimension: 163 x 199 x 23. Weight in Grams: 224.
How is social media changing contemporary understandings of crime and injustice, and what contribution can it make to justice-seeking? Abuse on social media often involves betrayals of trust and invasions of privacy that range from the public circulation of intimate photographs to mass campaigns of public abuse and harassment using platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, 8chan and Reddit - forms of abuse that disproportionately target women and children. Crime, Justice and Social Media argues that online abuse is not discontinuous with established patterns of inequality but rather intersects with ... Read more

Product Details

Publisher
Routledge
Format
Paperback
Publication date
2016
Series
New Directions in Critical Criminology
Condition
New
Weight
223g
Number of Pages
186
Place of Publication
London, United Kingdom
ISBN
9781138919679
SKU
V9781138919679
Shipping Time
Usually ships in 4 to 8 working days
Ref
99-1

About Michael Salter
Michael Salter is Senior Lecturer in Criminology in the School of Social Sciences and Psychology at Western Sydney University, Australia.

Reviews for Crime, Justice and Social Media (New Directions in Critical Criminology)
Part of an emergent wave of urgently needed new media research, Crime, Justice and Social Media promises to serve as a foundational primer on the relationship between online media environments and technosocial criminality. In his unwavering analysis of how gender inequalities and asymmetries structure online harms and transgressions, Michael Salter illuminates the powerful contradictions, tensions, and amplifications of harm ... Read more

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