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In conclusion, the evidence above reveals that moral panic's are not a new phenomena as they have been a tool utilised to negatively construct stigmatised identities in conjunction with media and political rhetoric that shapes public opinion, that justifies the subsequent policies that discursively marginalise such social groups to prevent the normalisation of such 'deviance' that would drain society. Many think it is a strange world that prefers children and young people to be cold and no longer wrap up warm to avoid being demonised or arrested for loitering in charge of a Hoody - an item of clothing. It is dangerous when making parents gamble on their children's lives. Nevertheless, when analysing society in relation to moral panic, it just goes to show that the deregulated press are able to write anything about minority groups in society that demonises, targets, punishes and criminalises discursively according to class, 'race', gender, age, religion and sexuality. Overall it would appear that moral panic is not a new concept; it has been around for centuries with people accepting it as society's aberrant ways. Today we have given it a name, but it does not alter the fact that it is nothing new.
The concern is that, although a registered San Francisco landmark, the designation can be nullified and demolition could ensue, according to a San Francisco ordinance that states that to tear down a city landmark, owners must prove there is no economic use for the property. If the structure is vacant, not being used in three years for its intended purpose (in this case a restaurant), the landmark status can be voided. Nowadays, the Castle sits empty, abandoned and seemingly unloved. Just one more time, I want to walk by 302 Greenwich and imagine two frisky collies running around and the delicious aroma of Italian sauce mixing in nicely with cool bay breezes.