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Introduction

The material presented here focuses on a key question for criminologists, criminal justice policy-makers and politicians: ‘Does prison work?’ The material is an audio file, originally 28 minutes in length, and examines the issues around this apparently simple criminological question. It was recorded in 1995.

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Learning outcomes

On completion of this unit, you should be able to:

  • give examples of racial violence from a European perspective.

Introduction

The material presented here focuses on the politics of racial violence in Britain. The material is an audio file, originally 30 minutes in length, and examines the issues around this subject. It was recorded in 1995.

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By the end of this unit you should be able to:

  • identify various techniques that can be used to analyse media text;

  • give examples of how celebrity activity is represented in the media;

  • define specific media terms such as genre and tabloidisation;

  • understand the term celebrity in relation to its representation in the media.

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Sebastián Hiriart, mexicain, a été acteur et directeur de la photographie, mais il est à Toulouse pour présenter son premier long métrage de fiction, A tiro de piedra, issu de Cinéma en Construction. C’est un film fait avec un budget minimum et beaucoup de temps, où l’acteur principal, Gabino Rodríguez, a eu aussi le rôle de co-scénariste, et qui suit une trajectoire qui a été celle du cinéaste lui-même. Il s’agit de représenter le voyage initiatique, celui qui o
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On completion of this unit, you should be able to:

  • illustrate how CCTV is used for general surveillance;

  • give examples of how CCTV can be used for crime control.

Introduction

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Acknowledgements

This chapter adapted for OpenLearn is from ‘Microeconomics by Susan Himmelweit, Roberto Simonetti and Andrew Trigg, published by Thomson Learning in association with The Open University, 2001 and ‘Markets’ one of the three core books from the D319 course Understanding Economic Behaviour: Households, Firms and Markets.

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