Depiction of the “CSI Effect” in Popular Culture: Portrait in Domination and Effective Affectation
Thomas W. Nolan
The ubiquitous and pervasive presence of CSI television shows and spin-off programs are nightly phenomena that capture in excess of sixty million viewers weekly; in a poll of five hundred jurors, rougly seventy percent of them had seen and were familiar with CSI through this medium. An internet search for the term “CSI” yields 60.7 million links in less than thirty seconds. . . .