True Crime and the Justice of God
Ethics, Media, and Forensic Science
Authors: Elizabeth T. Vasko and Lynsie Ferrara
This book argues that true crime interprets violence in a way that desensitises the public to gendered and racial inequities in society, thereby constricting and contorting the moral imagination. as Douglas writes "A moral imagination is grounded in the absolute belief that the world can be better. . . .It cannot be constrained by what is. It is oriented toward what will be. "For Christians, the moral imagination represents a call to disrupt, interrupt, and transform spaces that fail to reflect God's intention for all living beings to have life.
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