Guilty by Visible Association: Socially Mediated Visibility in Gang Prosecutions

Jeffrey Lane
Jeffrey Lane
Fanny A. Ramirez
Fanny A. Ramirez

JOURNAL OF COMPUTER-MEDIATED COMMUNICATION, pp. 354.0-369, 2018.

Cited by: 7|Bibtex|Views0|DOI:https://doi.org/10.1093/jcmc/zmy019
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Abstract:

Using an affordances framework, we consider how increased visibility afforded by social media impacts the criminal justice process. The use of social media as criminal evidence is a development that particularly impacts low-income populations of color already under heavy surveillance. Content analysis of seven gang indictments filed by th...More

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