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    From CRMJ/SOCA 352: Law and Social Change

    On Saturday, January 31, 2004, DeAira Kennemer wrote:
    On the amber alert

    In class I mentioned that social change changes the laws. I have an example: Today I have been watching t.v all day, and there was a child abduction and they have interupted the movies, showa and ever you have been watching to give out a emergency alert. It's been giving up dates on the suspect, what car they were driving, and where they were last sited.

    deaira -- this might be a good idea for a creative measure -- to examine whether social attitudes lead to the amber alert laws or whether the amber alert laws have altered public attitudes.

    On Tuesday, February 3, 2004, Bill Kohler wrote:
    On reaction to the M & Z reading

    I read M.Z. Chapter 6 and was horrified at some of the stories told under the section of "Reflections on Black Manhood." My thoughts are sometimes people still try to create a barrier between white and black, in addition to hispanic and East Asian. I see it in many comedians when they tell white and black jokes, granted they are jokes they still emphasize a barrier.

    bill -- interesting observation. want to explore this issue as a creative measure?

    On Friday, February 6th, Amy Tyllo wrote:
    On M & Z, ch. 6

    Reading Chapter 6 the Mann book, I was a little shocked. Things McIntosh listed as white privilege were things that I never really thought about. I don't think twice about opening up the news paper and really only seeing white people. It just the way things have always been, so reading this really made me think about how the society really works in the aspect of racism.

    amy -- just because that's the way it's always been, does that make it "right"? we'll be discussing "unstated assumptions" and the taken for granted next week.



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    From CRMJ 490: Media, Crime & Criminal Justice

    Kimberly With wrote on Tuesday, February 3rd:
    On media priorities

    I was watching the news last night, and i found it quite pathetic that they spent more time on Janet Jackson and her incident than they did on the women that was beat and left in a garbage can by her husband. Some people don't have their priorities in line.

    kimberly -- good observation. be sure to bring it up in class.

    Jill Gillmore wrote on Wednesday, February 4th:
    On the Kenosha News

    In the Kenosha news for today and I was really surprised to see that the front page had a story on the death of a Kenosha man which also took up all of the back page.The whole story lead to the fact that the mother of the man killed no longer trust police, which I think relates to the topic we were talking about in the media class today on how over protective we have become because of society.

    jill -- good. be sure to mention this in class.

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