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Media Circus A Look at Private Tragedy in the Public EyeImagine losing a loved one in the public eyeA media frenzy ensues and spreads your family name through the news Reporters ambush you and across the country strangers gossip about your personal lossWelcome to the circusNo one understands better than Kim Goldman the complex emotions of individuals suffering a personal tragedy under the relentless gaze of the media During the famed OJ Simpson trial Kim whose brother Ron Goldman was brutally murdered became the public poster child for victims suffering in the public eyeIn Media Circus Goldman now a dedicated victims’ advocate who works with families across the country presents the first collective look at the. From reading the other reviews I'm wondering if I just totally didn't get this book or what Everyone seems to think it's fantastic but I thought it was just okay I'm sure there will be comments but that's okay because I stand by what I thinkbr br I felt many of the stories that were highlighted were rushed and weren't fully explored as far as how the media impacted the families nor did I think there was enough indepth discussion with the family members that were interviewed All of these crimes were horrible and I'm sure a lot of media attention makes that worse but also in many cases a lot of media attention will help find a missing child or that serial rapist the police are looking for so it's really a doubleedged sword Kim mostly glides right over that aspect of media attentionbr br I purchased this book because it was highly recommended to me but I came to feel that this was just another effort by Kim Goldman to stay relevant No matter how many of us read this we cannot control how the media handles high profile crime victims and whether or not any of us ever tune in again when a major crime is being covered it will still go on I definitely think that Ron Goldman's murder was horrendous and that his murder was overshadowed by the fact that Nicole Brown Simpson was murdered with him and that OJ was dealt with differently than had he been just some average Joe But none of that can be changed at this point in time and I think some of that is the driving force behind this novel

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characters Media Circus: A Look at Private Tragedy in the Public Eye ¸ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Á Imagine losing a loved one in the public eyeA media frenzy ensues and spreads your family name through the news Reporters ambush you and across the country strangers gossip about your personal Victim Jesse Lewis Debra Tate sister of Charles Manson murder victim Sharon Tate Judy Shepard mother of gay hatecrime victim Matthew Shepard Mildred Muhammad exwife of the DC Sniper Tere Duperrault Fassbender survivor of family’s brutal murder at sea Collene Campbell sister of murdered NASCAR driver Mickey Thompson Marie Monville wife of the Amish Shooter Dave And Mary Neese parents of teen murder victim Skylar Neese Scott And Kathleen Larimer parents of Aurora theater shooting victim John Larimer andShirley Wygal mother of Aurora theater shooting victim Rebecca Wingo Media Circus goes beyond the names and faces to show the real victims behind the stories. Oh man what do I say about this book br br It was my time to pick a book club book so I figured it was finally time to dust off my signed copy and finally read this book I have put this book on the back burner simply because I knew that I was going to cry reading it I've been reading some heavier books but with the recent tragedies that have happened in the past few years I knew I needed to finally read this book br br Media Circus by Kim Goldman was really interesting It kept me turning the pages & I enjoyed how different this book was I loved that it focused on the media and I loved that it brought victims in that many people leave out when thinking of victims I also enjoyed seeing what each person was up to at the time that this book was written It was very inspiring to see how many of them are using their voice to help others br br The only thing that I felt was lacking was a conclusion I really felt that each story needed a conclusionary paragraph It seemed to just not flow properly I really would have loved to have the conclusion that could then pull in the next story It would have helped the book progress instead of jumping to the next story br br All in all I enjoyed this book It was hard to read & I cried many times while reading this book I was heartbroken I was inspired I was angry This book sits under the skin & I think it will stay with me for a while

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Se ordinary grieving victims forced to manage their very private trauma and despair in a very public wayThrough candid interviews and detailed original reporting Media Circus delivers riveting humanizing and inspiring stories from the victims and survivors of violent crimes who found themselves the focus of national media attention Its heartfelt narratives showcase the uniue challenges of coping with and healing from grief when the whole world is watchingIn these pages the families of other victims tell their stories includingEsaw And Emerald Garner wife and daughter of police brutality victim Eric Garner Scarlett Lewis mother of sixyearold Newtown tragedy. An insightful easy read not only about the glare of media on tragedy but also about grieving a fundamental experience for all people The voices and views of the survivorvictims interviewed come through clearly with compassion Readers come to know them their pain and how they cope with it and the media They have different approaches to grief and the media Each chapter on a particular survivorvictim is comparable to others in scope as the author seems to have asked each person the same set of uestions It's almost a research project though it does not read that way This book should be useful to courses in media studies and also to bereavement support groups besides individuals who face grief in the media glare or empathize with those who do