Canadian Policing Research Catalogue

Media coverage of organized crime [electronic resource] : police managers survey / by Judith Dubois.

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Canadian Policing Research Catalogue

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e-Books

Alternate Title

Couverture médiatique du crime organisé : enquête auprès des dirigeants policiers.

Authors

Bibliography

Bibliography: p. 33.

Description

1 online resource (33 p.)

Note

"May 2003."
Issued also in French under title: Couverture médiatique du crime organisé : enquête auprès des dirigeants policiers.
Description based on print version record.

Summary

This study queries police managers to find out what they feel about how the media covers stories about organized crime and how police feel the media coverage of organized crime affects the public perception of organized crime. The main question this study poses is "Is the story of organized crime told by the media actually the real truth?"

Subject

Online Access

Contents

1. Introduction. -- 2. Aims of the study. -- 3. Methodology. -- 4. How media coverage of organized crime is perceived. -- 4. Influences.

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