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27 The disaggregation and fragmentation of media audiences and the proliferation of media platforms and forms (especially those involving the Internet) mean that, while media content and use are now more extensive and multifaceted, it may be harder to reach the large audience necessary to the development of major moral panics and widespread deviancy amplification. The concentrated impact of moral entrepreneurship through the restricted broadcast and print outlets of the 1960s is difficult to replicate in the twenty-first century, where there is a much greater degree of choice and customization in media use patterns.
20 Indeed, Miller has characterised the USA in the current century as ‘a risk society of moral panic’,21 where there is a constant sense of risk of attack powerfully reinforced by media reactions to the risks that are, in turn, circulated and exaggerated within those same media outlets. For Cohen, questions of the aetiology and trajectory of moral panics have become harder rather than clearer: The concept of moral panic evokes some unease, especially about its own morality. Why is the reaction to Phenomenon A dismissed or downgraded by being described as ‘another moral panic’, while the putatively more significant Phenomenon B is ignored, and not even made a candidate for moral signification?
28. Stone, Road to Divorce, 248–53. 29. See J. H. Langbein, ‘The Criminal Trial before the Lawyers’, University of Chicago Law Review, 45 (1978), 263–72; J. H. Langbein, ‘Shaping the Eighteenth-Century Criminal Trial: A View from the Ryder Sources’, University of Chicago Law Review, 50 (1983), 3–5; S. Devereaux, ‘The City and the Sessions Paper: “Public Justice” in London, 1770–1800’, Journal of British Studies, 35 (1996), 466–503; P. Linebaugh, ‘The Ordinary of Newgate and His Account’, in J. S.