Culture, Communication and the Carnival of Crime

Culture, Communication and the Carnival of Crime

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Usin” rel=”nofollow”>ing the concept of Carnival, apply a cultural crimin” rel=”nofollow”>inological textual analysis to an image.
The image of your choice can be either a photograph, a series of photographs, or a video which depicts the contemporary carnival of crime.
The idea is that you use the image as a focal poin” rel=”nofollow”>int around which you can discuss the various theoretical concepts. Concepts you could choose (at least 3 to 5 concepts
from the list) to work with in” rel=”nofollow”>include: The Civilisin” rel=”nofollow”>ing Process; The Sacred/Profane Dichotomy; Abjection; Taboo; Transgression; Impurity and Pollution; The Commodification
of Crime; Rationality and Risk; Ethopolitics; Governin” rel=”nofollow”>ing through Crime; Governance Through Publicity; Namin” rel=”nofollow”>ing and Shamin” rel=”nofollow”>ing; Crime and the Media; Abuse as Entertain” rel=”nofollow”>inment;
The Commodification of Culture; Performance Crime; The Will to Representation; The Discursive Subjectivity; The Seductions of Crime; Hyper-Individualisation and
Instrumentalism; Anelpic Zones; The Breakdown of the Pseudo-Pacification Process; Sociological Ambivalence; Edgework; Cultural Zones of Exception; Hate Crime; Hurt and
Humiliation; State Crime, or Corporate Crime.
You could choose a picture of a delin” rel=”nofollow”>inquent gang, a train” rel=”nofollow”>in surfer, a famous serial killer, a television show, a drug user, a violent video game, a prison, an anelpic
zone, etcetera.
Draw upon any (or all) of the texts we have studied throughout this course. Aim to demonstrate both your understandin” rel=”nofollow”>ing of the various concepts and apply them.
draw references from peer-reviewed academic texts.

don’t in” rel=”nofollow”>include reference list in” rel=”nofollow”>in the word count it would be great and harvard style of refrecin” rel=”nofollow”>ing (name, date: page)

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