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Surname 1Students Name Institution AffiliationCourse DatePART 1Annotated Bibliography Chaney, Cassandra, and Ray V. Robertson. "Racism and police brutality in America." Journal of African American Studies 17.4 (2013): 480-505.This is an article that is meant to highlight different cases of police brutality in the United States of America. It also highlights the changes that have happened in the police force over the last 21 years and also check whether there are more cases lately that it was in the past or whether there are fewer cases now than it was in the past. This article well expresses all the cases that may have happened in the last past 21 years and know how they happened. The findings were based on the findings that were provide by the National Police Misconduct Statistics and Reporting Project. The study was also meant to make and examination or observation of how the public generally think or view the police and also how race and racism shape this outcome. There were 36 contributors to this study from the NPMSRP which makes this quite a reliable source of information and research. Cooper, Hannah LF. "War on drugs policing and police brutality." Substance use & misuse50.8-9 (2015): 1188-1194.The author seeks to convey that the regulation of War on Drugs has failed to lessen the movement of drugs at the household road level: the cost of medicines remains low and medicines
Surname 2remain widely available. The goals the author aims to outline are that: after cultivating thoughtfulness regarding police violence in the U.S., this article explores the interdependencies among different strategies of conducting drug warfare and police abuse of Black teens and grownups in the United States. The article tries to outline on the reported U.S. race or ethnicity and police relations, the forms in which the War on Drugs eroded specific legal protection that was originally intended to curtail police powers, and the implications of these police mercilessness disintegrations that concentrated on the Black People community. The results that the author states are that: In the United States police and bigotry were commonly constitutive. Deteriorations in the 4th amendment to the Constitution and the Posse Comitatus Act set the foundations for two procedures of policing the War on Drugs. Fridkin, Kim, et al. "Race and police brutality: The importance of media framing." International Journal of Communication 11 (2017): 21.This is an article that attempts to clarify and investigate how the surrounding of a brutal showdown between a White cop and an African American lady influences individuals' impression of the occurrence. To begin with, we conduct a content analysis of each study spread over a three-month allocation of the observation. We use the content test to identify the vital aspects that news media use when unearthing the case. We find that the news media relied upon three housings: police mercilessness, legitimateness, and race. We embed these housings into an