[audio http://crimcast.files.wordpress.com/2011/09/media-depictions-of-crime-post-1968.m4a] This episode features Scott Weiss, assistant professor in the Communication Arts Department at St. Francis College, Brooklyn, NY. Scott discusses post 1968 depictions of crime in the media with a focus on television.
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