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What’s in a name?: Revealing the function of the criminal pseudonym through a content analysis of ten characters in twelve films
At times, individuals articulate their criminal identity with the construction of a pseudonym derived from within their subculture. This study assumes there is a value and/or purpose in the construction, cultivation and ...
A content and thematic analysis of Reddit discussions about When They See Us
As the number of wrongful conviction media productions increases, an understanding of their impact on viewers is prudent. In this thesis, I investigated the effect of watching When They See Us – a dramatized miniseries ...
Military and the media examining the wartime framing of Canada’s involvement in Afghanistan
Through a content analysis of 72 print news articles and 12 official sources disseminated following the 2010 troop surge in Afghanistan, this study contends that the relationship between the major print news media and the ...
The meaning of murder: newspaper framing of hate crimes against lesbians.
The overall purpose of this study is to assess the representations of lesbians within United States news print media to examine the effect these representations can have on societal level ideologies. Using two separate ...