Crime Media Culture

Papers
(The TQCC of Crime Media Culture is 2. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
ArticleCitations
Artificial intelligence and crime: A primer for criminologists32
Protests in Hong Kong during the Covid-19 pandemic16
COVID-19 and the relentless harms of Australia’s punitive immigration detention regime16
Competing discourses and cultural intelligibility: Familicide, gender and the mental illness/distress frame in news13
Memetic copaganda: Understanding the humorous turn in police image work12
Seeking Justice Elsewhere: Informal and formal justice in the true crime podcastsTraceandThe Teacher’s Pet11
More than a trivial pursuit: Public order policing narratives and the ‘social media test’10
NFTs: Digital things and their criminal lives10
Representations of environmental protest on the ground and in the cloud: The NOTAP protests in activist practice and social visual media8
Anatomy of a rape: Sexual violence and secondary victimization scripts in U.S. film and television, 1959–20197
Sensing the border(s): Sound and carceral intimacies in and beyond indefinite detention7
Do-it-yourself surveillance: The practices and effects of WhatsApp Neighbourhood Crime Prevention groups6
Anti-trafficking saviors: Celebrity, slavery, and branded activism6
From dealing to influencing: Online marketing of cannabis on Instagram6
Mapping technology-harm relations: From ambient harms to zemiosis6
Online sharenting: Identifying existing vulnerabilities and demystifying media reported crime risks6
Pandemic policing: Preparing a new pathway for Māori?6
Making new meanings: The entextualisation of digital communications evidence in English sexual offences trials6
Surveillance does not equal safety: Police, data and consent on dating apps5
Architecture as affective law enforcement: Theorising the Japanese Koban5
Rap, Islam and Jihadi Cool: The attractions of the Western jihadi subculture5
A cultural criminology of “new” jihad: Insights from propaganda magazines5
From roadman to royalties: Inter-representational value and the hypercapitalist impulses of grime4
News media framing of correctional officers: “Corrections is so Negative, we don’t get any Good Recognition”4
‘I Am That Girl’: Media reportage, anonymous victims and symbolic annihilation in the aftermath of sexual assault4
Musical life stories: Coherence through musicking in the prison setting4
Philippine crimes of dissent: Free speech in the time of COVID-194
Political corruption in Zimbabwe: News media, audiences and deliberative democracy3
Foucault’s crows: Pandemic insurrection in the United States3
Familiar felons: Gendered characterisations and narrative tropes in media representations of offending women 1905–20153
Violence, crime dystopia and the dialectics of (dis)order inThe Purgefilms3
Locked-down city3
Performing counter-terrorism: Police newsmaking and the dramaturgy of security3
This Is Not a Drill: Towards a Sonic and Sensorial Musicriminology3
The neoliberal governance of heroin and opioid users in Philadelphia city3
Point and shoot: Police media labor and technologies of surveillance in End of Watch3
Extreme dwelling: Assemblingdomus horribilis2
Catching our breath: Reading the pandemic through crime, media and culture2
COVID-19 graffiti2
Online disclosure, a mechanism for seeking informal justice?2
A convergence of crises: COVID-19, climate change and bunkerization2
Moved by fire: Green criminology in flux2
Reporting ‘African gangs’: Theorising journalistic practice during a multi-mediated moral panic2
Taking responsibility: Testimonial practices in Rithy Panh’s S21: The Khmer Rouge Killing Machine2
The discursive production of public inquiries: The case of Australia’s Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse2
Reel cruelty: Voyeurism and extra-juridical punishment in true-crime documentaries2
Regimes of representation in Canadian police museums: Othering, police subjectivities, and gunscapes2
Framing femicide in the news, a paradoxical story: A comprehensive analysis of thematic and episodic frames2
Gang in translation: Official and vernacular representations of a “Roma” drug gang in Czechia2
What’s killing them: Violence beyond COVID-19 in Colombia2
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