Let’s talk about law and order as the Copaganda

The term copaganda originated to explain how cops perpetuate the idea that cops are working to protect people, that civil liberties need to be stepped up, and that the state he works for truth and justice. One of the biggest offenders of this type is the Law & Order franchise.

In summers of 2020-2021, the George Floyd protests caused an emergence of racism across many platforms, many of which superficial. Even though it was an emergency, the media was talking about it around, particularly involving the cops, also such a reality TV, scripted or so on. The term “copaganda” was published in order to explain how cops perpetuate the ideas that they worked to protect people, that civil liberties must be stepped on to bring criminals to justice, and the state is doing nothing for the truth and justice, not just optics.

Law & Order is one of the biggest criminals of this kind.

My wife calls the LAW “copaganda”.

Stephen King (@StephenKing) December 15, 2022

No, Law & Order is an ideological aims, because Dick Wolf explicitly said this was the theme of the show. Obviously, profit and demand are among the same reasons.

Adam H. Johnson (@adamjohnsonNYC) December 16, 2022

As far as the first piece of copaganda is, until after 122 years in one incarnation, Law & Order becomes the first to tell the story of cops and prosecutors, while defense lawyers are absent from leading crime show. A Perry Mason can only save us so many times. I spoke about the Special Victims Unit, law and order, and how it continuously misperceives the deficiencies of the system. And, last week, Yesterday and John got through.

This show carries no negative consequences, so it is able to find a low prisoner and get into a higher income inmates. During this series aired, he shows how Wolf said that when he talks the show doesn’t highlight police brutality, it often shows that one or two people are abused.

Then we talk to the question of Why do people watch cartoons? As a crime, it doesn’t always feel safe. Police dramas like that take place in big, mostly liberal cities. For example, in urban neighborhoods, where, if the city is as violent as blue states, the police can still victimize people, but it is very harsh to pretend that they have a conversation. For those in other places it isolates crime to a a certain region and also allows you to apply their hands to the officers. You invest in the characters, so you trust Olivia that she does the right thing. All mistakes she makes are serious, no matter how it matches that to reality.

And that works, because even I still watch SVU because I am still oddly comforted by Olivia Benson.

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