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Popular Culture - Bibliography

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BARAK, GREGG. "Between the Waves: Mass Mediated Themes of Crime and Justice." Social Justice 21 (1994): 133–147.

DURKHEIM, ÉMILE. The Division of Labor in Society. Translated by G. Simpson. New York: Free Press, 1933.

ERICSON, RICHARD V. "Mass Media, Crime, Law, and Justice." British Journal of Criminology 31 (1991): 219–249.

ERICSON, RICHARD V.; BARANEK, PATRICIA M.; and CHAN, JANET B. L. Representing Order: Crime, Law, and Justice in the News Media. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1991.

EWICK, PATRICIA, and SILBEY, SUSAN. The Common Place of Law: Stories from Everyday Life. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1998.

FOUCAULT, MICHEL. Discipline and Punish. Translated by Alan Sheridan New York: Vintage Books, 1977.

FRIEDMAN, LAWRENCE. "Law, Lawyers, and Popular Culture." Yale Law Journal 98 (1989): 1579–1606.

——. "On Stage: Some Historical Notes About Criminal Justice." In Social Science, Social Policy and the Law. Edited by Patricia Ewick, Robert Kagan, and Austin Sarat. New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 1999.

GARLAND, DAVID. "Punishment and Culture: The Symbolic Dimension of Criminal Justice." Studies in Law, Politics, and Society 11 (1991): 191–224.

GATRELL, V. A. C. The Hanging Tree: Execution and the English People 1770–1868. New York: Oxford University Press, 1994.

GAUBATZ, KATHLYN. Crime in the Public Mind. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1994.

GRABER, DORIS A. Crime News and the Public. New York: Praeger, 1980.

HALL, STUART; CRITCHER, CHARLES; JEFFERSON, TONY; CLARKE, JOHN; and ROBERTS, BRIAN. Policing the Crisis: Mugging, the State, and Law and Order. London: Macmillan, 1978.

JAMIESON, KATHLEEN HALL. Dirty Politics. New York: Oxford University Press, 1992.

MEAD, GEORGE HERBERT. "The Psychology of Punitive Justice." The American Journal of Sociology (1918): 577–602.

MILLER, WILLIAM. "Clint Eastwood and Equity: Popular Culture's Theory of Revenge." In Law in the Domains of Culture. Edited by Austin Sarat and Thomas Kearns. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1998.

ROBERTS, JULIAN, and DOOB, A. N. "News Media Influences on Public Views of Sentencing." Law & Human Behavior 14 (1991): 451–468.

SARAT, AUSTIN. "The Cultural Life of Capital Punishment: Responsibility and Representation in Dead Man Walking and Last Dance." Yale Journal of Law & the Humanities 11 (1998): 153–190.

SASSON, THEODORE. Crime Talk. New York: de Gruyter, 1995.

STEINER, BENJAMIN; BOWERS, WILLIAM; and SARAT, AUSTIN. "Folk Knowledge as Legal Action: Death Penalty Judgments and the Tenet of Early Release in a Culture of Mistrust and Punitiveness." Law & Society Review 33 (1999): 461–506.

SHAPIRO, CAROLE. "Do or Die: Does Dead Man Walking Run?" University of San Francisco Law Review 30 (1994): 1143–1166.

SPIERENBURG, PETRUS. The Spectacle of Suffering. Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge University Press, 1984.

YNGVESSON, BARBARA. "Inventing Law in Local Settings: Rethinking Popular Legal Culture." Yale Law Journal 98 (1989): 1689–1710.

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