What set him apart for other offenders that committed similar crimes?

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Dec 8, 2022


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The paper is on the casey anthony trial and how it was portrayed in the media.
Begin with an introduction that describes what the reader will learn in reading this paper. In this part of the paper, you are describing the contents of the paper.
Criminal Event Summary:
Next, include a summary of how the media and types of media that focused on this court case. Assume the reader knows the case facts of the crime. This summary should not be a full report of the entire offense/investigation/court trial. This summarizes the media’s involvement in the offense/investigation/court trial.
How and what media (print, visual media, radio, new media, etc.) was involved in covering this offense/investigation/court case?
Was the court case mass marketed?
Was there a competition among the different media?
Was the portrayal the same across all types of media?
Explain and give examples.
Was there any looping?
Was there a mediated experience?
Criteria for the body of the Paper:
Explain the media’s involvement in the court trial.
*How did the types of media portray the offense?
*What was the media’s portrayal of the victim(s) in this case?
*What was the media’s portrayal of any witnesses in this case?
*How did the media portray the criminal justice system?
How did the media portray the criminal investigation?
*How did the media portray the prosecution?
*How did they portray the defense (including the attorney(s) and the defendant(s) in the case)?
*How did the portray the Judge?
What were the judicial mechanisms used in this trial? (Page 141)
Was there any backwards law in their portrayal?
Was there a possible CSI effect associated with this case? Explain.
Explain the social construction of this crime/case. (Experienced reality, symbolic reality, socially constructed reality, and the social construction process and the media’s role)
What was the social construction of the case if new media was involved?
Did their social construction differ from other media?
Who were the claim makers, and what were the claims involving this case?
Using Theodore Sasson’s five frames, how was this case framed?
How did these frames influence criminal justice policy?
What are the narratives associated with this criminal event? (Page 41 of the textbook explains narratives)
In entertainment media, there are three offenders’ narratives: an abuse of power, the sinful rich, and evil strangers. (Page 142 of the textbook explains these narratives) How did the entertainment media portray this offender?
Discuss why this storyline is so attractive to the media.
What sets this offender apart from others in similar circumstances?
For example, Scott Peterson killed his pregnant wife. Many individuals have committed domestic violence that resulted in their pregnant spouse/partner being murdered.
What set him apart for other offenders that committed similar crimes?
Why did the media explosion converge so in this case?
In this case, is there potential for large profits at low costs from media spinoffs? (Infotainment, mini-series format, documentaries, books, movies, etc.)
How is this criminal event a symbolic crime?
The summary of the paper’s main points.


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