Hunnicutt, Gwen

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North Carolina Law Enforcement Officers' Perceptions Regarding the CSI Effect 2008 7712 The phenomenon called the CSI effect has recently occupied a central place in the media. The media and scholars alike have taken an interest in the effect that forensic television shows are having on the public, particularly its effect on American ju...
Reconciling childhood and deviance: an historical analysis of media depictions of young 'deviants' 2009 1748 The shared meaning and value placed on children impacts how institutions respond to juvenile "deviants." This study explored ways in which news media constructed images of young "deviants" and corresponding conceptions of "childhood" across two key h...
Katrina’s aftermath: the New Orleans “looter” as framed by the media. 2010 3555 In the days following Hurricane Katrina, the media portrayed the people inside New Orleans as a threat rather than a population in need. It was looters, in particular, who were portrayed in this deviant light and they were well publicized in the me...
Identifying with the graffiti subculture: the impact of entering and exiting the graffiti subculture on the social identities of graffiti writers 2013 8413 While graffiti permeates the urban landscapes of cities around the world, the individuals responsible for it are rarely identified. As a result, the identities of graffiti writers are left unexplored and subject to speculation and conjecture. The pur...
Shifts in the promotion of thin beauty ideals and racial minorities in Seventeen magazine from 1955 until 2014 2015 411 The promotion of thin beauty ideals in Western culture have been linked to the rise in eating disorders in the latter half of the 20th century. The current study attempts to examine shifts towards thin beauty ideals within the popular teen magazine S...
Wolves, dragons, and ponies… oh my!: fursonas and stigmatization in the “human” world 2017 159 The “furry fandom” is a broad term that generally refers to a subculture in which members have shown a deep invested interest in anthropomorphic or zoomorphic creatures and artwork. A “furry” is referred to as an individual who cultivates a “fursona,...