Law & Order: Changing Television - The Social Significance

10/10/2011; 55 minutes

The explorations of the significance of the Law & Order continues with an exploration of the social and cultural significance of series and the manner in which it represents crime, punishment, the criminal justice system, and the law. Panelists fdiscuss how Law & Order has transformed television portrayals of the criminal justice system and how this has contributed to cultural understandings of criminality, New York City and the urban space, justice, morality, and the complexities of guilt and innocence in a flawed system. (#22654)

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