Essay 1 - Outline I Introduction a Albany New York b...

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Outline I. Introduction a. Albany, New York b. College Station, Texas II. Rate Comparison a. Albany, New York Homicide Rate b. College Station, Texas Homicide Rate III. Differences Between Rates a. b. Specific Numeric Difference i. Albany ii. College Station iii. Albany-College Station = Difference IV. Interpretation of the Homicide Rate a. Interpretation for Albany b. Interpretation for College Station V. Tendencies a. Albany Tendencies b. College Station Tendencies c. Comparisons of Tendencies VI. Reference List VII. Table 1
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Introduction This is comparative research report on the homicide rate in 2006 of two cities in which I have lived. The two cities that are being compared are Albany, New York and College Station, Texas. The research data was collected from Crime in the United States, 2006 . The two cities are nothing alike in racial make-up or education level, yet they are similar in size. Rate Comparison The city of Albany had five homicides in 2006, compared to College Station’s reported zero. The homicide rate for the city of Albany, New York in 2006 was 5.33 per 100,000 people. The homicide rate for the city of College Station, Texas in 2006 was zero per 100,000 people. Differences Between Rates
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This note was uploaded on 04/22/2008 for the course RCRJ 496Z taught by Professor Loftin during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Albany.

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Essay 1 - Outline I Introduction a Albany New York b...

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