28: Global Criminology & the Wound Culture

May 19, 2016, 01:05 AM

In this episode Lance Reenstierna & Tim Pilleri talk Professor David Wilson and Elizabeth Yardley of Birmingham City University in England.

Topics include their article about secondary victims of homicide in newer media, our relationship to the Murray family, the ethics of doing a podcast like this, armchair detectives, people injecting themselves into a public story, missing white woman syndrome, their personal theories and more.

Follow David Wilson & Elizabeth Yardley on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ProfDavidWilson, https://twitter.com/ProfLizYardley

And their blogs here:

David - http://blogs.bcu.ac.uk/views/author/id007404/

Liz - http://blogs.bcu.ac.uk/views/author/id113382/

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Chris Peak's article on The Kernel: https://shar.es/1Cswyq

David Whelan's article in VICE: http://www.vice.com/read/what-does-our-obsession-with-true-crime-podcasts-say-about-us-814

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