Ill Effects: The Media/Violence Debate

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and tapes of some programmes are available from this site although, at the time of writing, information about the two programmes referred to had not yet appeared.

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Bourke, T. (1990), Prisoner: Cell Block H, Behind the Scenes, London: Angus and Robertson.
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Smith, D. (1995) The Sleep of Reason: The James Bulger Case, London: Arrow Books.
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Turnbull, S. (1999), 'Lolita: neither seen nor heard', Metro, 119, pp. 22-7.
Willis, P. (1977), Learning to Labour, Farnborough: Saxon House.
Young, A. (1996), Imagining Crime: Textual Outlaws and Criminal Conversations, London: Sage.


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