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Journal of Criminal Justice and Popular Culture, 1(2) (1993) 8


EDITORS' NOTE

The Journal of Criminal Justice and Popular Culture welcomes all of our new members. Criminal justice educators may find this issue's movie reviews quite helpful in organizing a theory course on crime or deviance. Martin Gottschalk and Greg Howard suggest utilizing the movie THE FISHER KING at the beginning of such a course in order to draw out basic philosophical issues concerning human motivation and responsibility. In our second review, Sean Anderson proposes that the film MENACE II SOCIETY may be used as a course overview because of its abundance of theoretically rich material.

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We invite submissions from all of our subscribers. Movie reviews submitted to the JCJPC should conform to the format outlined by the current contributions. Please direct all queries and submissions to sunycrj@albany.edu[End page 8]