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In an increasingly uncertain globalised world, are concepts of moral panic and deviancy amplification, rooted in concepts of moral certainty, still relevant?


In this two-part video Adrian Beck, Reader in Criminology at the University of Leicester, argues for the continuing usefulness of these concepts at A-level .


Key concepts covered in this video:


• Moral Panic

• Identity

• Deviancy Amplification


















Moral Panics and

Deviancy Amplification

Crime Channel: Globalisation

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