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Media & Crime Chapter 7 Notes

The seventh chapter of notes for Media & Crime by Yvonne Jewkes This document covers Chapter 7, Crime Films and Prison Films. I have taken extensive notes on this chapter, ensuring that a full understanding of the chapter can be garnered from these notes.

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