Event Title

Disparity in Western Comics: A Reflection of Values and Crime

Presenter Information

Racheal Morgan

Presentation Type

Other

College

College of Social and Behavioral Sciences

Major

Anthropology

Location

RM 207-208/210-211

Faculty Mentor

Dr. Katherine Nadeau

Start Date

2-27-2013 10:10 AM

End Date

2-27-2013 5:20 PM

Abstract

Cultural perceptions of "crime" explain the ability to distinguish opinions on moral values and criminality in cultural perceptions of "crime" explain the ability to distinguish opinions on moral values and criminality in comics. Belgians have a "black and white" view; American see crime relative to motivations.mics. Belgians have a "black and white" view; American see crime relative to motivations.

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Disparity in Western Comics: A Reflection of Values and Crime

RM 207-208/210-211

Cultural perceptions of "crime" explain the ability to distinguish opinions on moral values and criminality in cultural perceptions of "crime" explain the ability to distinguish opinions on moral values and criminality in comics. Belgians have a "black and white" view; American see crime relative to motivations.mics. Belgians have a "black and white" view; American see crime relative to motivations.