| Think about a (non-documentary) TV series you have seen that covers gangs and organized crime. What are some concepts covered in the course that appeared in the show?|
Was anything contradictory?
Finally, what is the show's overall portrayal of prisons, gangs and/or the so-called "criminal lifestyle?" Are there any implications of these portrayals?
Show Ideas: Sopranos, Sons of Anarchy, The Wire, The Shield, Breaking Bad, Gang Related, Oz, Prison Break, Boardwalk Empire, Weeds, Orange is the New Black, Wentworth, Banshee, Daredevil, Ray Donovan
Please cite the readings , lectures and/or websites in the essay.
Sons Of Anarchy
Length: 2 pages (550 Words)
Sons of Anarchy
The popularity of organized crime or gang TV series is unmatched; the audience is ever looking forward to the next series. The depiction of how criminals work in teams and in hierarchical structures to commit crimes and evade law brings the audience closer to what they have only watched in the news or read in papers. The series is full of deceit, bloody murders, collaboration with law enforcement officers, lawyers, and influenced politicians, as well as revenge on the uncooperative members.
The series also leaves the audience in deep suspense on what to expect next, and some of the series are known to have attracted a cult following who identify with superheroes or the bad guys in the series. The paper would explore how some course concepts such as contradictions and the portrayal of prisons and criminal lifestyle are covered in the Sons of Anarchy. The implications of the organized crime or gangs TV series will also be explored in respect to the Sons of Anarchy.
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