Module 2 part 2 - Theories of Criminal Behavior - Assignement Instructions

Module 2 part 2 - Theories of Criminal Behavior - Assignement Instructions

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CJ 436.01 & CJ 436.02    Understanding Human Behavior Spring 2009 Module 2 – part 2   Assignment Assignment: After reviewing the first half of  Chapter 2, “Theories of Criminal Behavior,” and reading  the second half of the chapter (pages 69-90), answer  one  of the following questions.  Be specific in your answer. 1) What theories best explain Baranyi & Anderson’s criminal behavior?  2) What factors converged to produce the behavior in this case? 3) How can information/analysis of this case be used to predict and/or prevent  future crimes of this nature?  Due Date:   February 7, 12 noon Assignment Submission: In Blackboard, go to “Course Documents   Module 2 - part II    Module 2 part 2 -  Theories of Criminal Behavior – Assignement SUBMISSION .” There, submit your  assignment to Turnitin by clicking the “View/Complete” button.
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Unformatted text preview: Assignment Heading: Your Name CJ 477.04 Aging and Crime Chapter 1 Assignment Date Assignment Formatting: One-two pages, 12-point font, double-spaced Assignment Grading: 1 point = Technical Quality * (no more than 2 misspellings, grammatical or formatting errors). Use the American Psychological Association (APA) style for your citations. 4 points = Answer quality: (1) Is it thorough, in comparison to the other students in the class? (2) Do you back it up with information from the course readings or other reliable sources? (Include the source citations [APA] unless you are only referring to your textbook.) The Writing Center is available online if you need help with your essay: http://www.shsu.edu/~wctr/...
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