1. There are seven standard sections within a journal article in addition to the title page.
Pick an area of research that is interesting to you. Clearly state a research question.
Briefly explain what each standard section within a journal article would
A researcher is interested in studying illegal drug markets. More precisely,
she is interested in examining the extent to which drug dealers have
abandoned legitimate ways to achieve the American dream. She wants to use
a qualitative methodology but is
1.Explain the links between poverty, conflict (such as war), natural disasters, and modern-day
slavery. Use one or two specific examples to further your argument.
When a nation, family, or even just a person lives in poverty or loses there home and way of
Book review: Street Child
When thinking about juvenile corrections, the first thing that comes to mind is not the
success but rather the failures. For varying reasons and under differing circumstances, children
find their way into the juvenile corrections
Choose a local program in your area focusing on domestic violence and/or victims
assistance (human trafficking). Arrange to visit the program, if possible!
If possible, interview a staff member or volunteer. Review any written materials
describing the pro
1. What specific question(s) do you hope to answer through this research? What will be
your lead research question in this study? What is your objective? Conceptualization. (Its
necessary to specify what we mean by concepts we use).
Through this study I l
The book No Place For Children honestly left me feeling like I have more questions
than answers. Why do we thinking locking up children is the answer? We have the funding to
run detention centers but not rehabilitation centers. Even if it were to be more
Human traffic and modern day slavery (forced labor) are major problems throughout the
world and often times go overlooked and underestimated. The reasoning for this is the lack of
knowledge and education on the subject. Before CJ 454, slavery would have m
The opportunity to write about an open topic gives me a chance to write about
something I truly care about and want to write about. Luckily for me chapters 15-18 align
perfectly with a topic I hope to base my future career in criminal Ju
Draw a (border) Line
Leslie Silkos The Border Patrol State and Lance Morrows Cowboys and
Immigrants contain similar and opposing viewpoints on Americas ever-changing handle on
immigration. Included in each authors writings are different perspectives of th
Writing assignment: Crime scene challenges
Crime Scene Challenges
Coming in as the lead homicide detective I am going to assume that everything needed
to be done by the first responding officer or officers has been done. The record of when the
Technologies impact on Criminal Investigation
The good and the bad: technology is a major part of life in the twenty first century.
Chosen or not, technology will impact an overwhelming majority of peoples lives. Things of the
past are obsolete, wired tel
Coming to the scene I would turn my sirens and off, so that I can make observations of
any vehicles or people leaving the area, and also not alert the suspect. Also when I arrive closer
to the scene Id turn the lights of as well to not alert any lookouts.
The New law that targets sex offenders who disarm tracking devices:
This new law was brought up because there would be sex offenders that would take off or
somehow disarm there GPS tracking devices so they could not be tracked and the police would
Please visit the following organizations and write a short paragraph about their
The Road to Traffick:
- An international womens rights organization: Global Fund for Women
1. Why is theory so vital to quality research?
Theory is so vital in quality research because it acts as a base for formulating research questions.
Sometimes a researcher will piggyback on the ideas of others and then branch of to formulate
their own rese
1. Discuss interview procedures and investigative questions for sexual assault cases.
The first thing that comes to mind when dealing with a victim of sexual assault would be
to make them feel they are in control of everything thats happening, seeing that
1. Why does robbery have such a low clearance rate?
There are a few components that result in robbery being a low clearance crime. One of
these is that robbery is a stranger to stranger crime, 71% of the time the victim and
offender do not know each other
1. You are a criminal investigator who has been called to a crime scene. The explanation of
the crime from the uniformed officers is:
At approximately 2312 hours, Thursday, January 15, 1998, Suspect John Shotgun Doe, social security number xyz of
123 E. C
An introductory Discussion can be done for multiple reasons. The way I see it is that
starting a class is exactly like starting anything else in life, a new job, a sport, any setting that
collaboration may occur. Anything that requires people to interact
The book Last Chance in Texas goes over many techniques that counselors use to
rehabilitate juvenilles in a facility in Giddings, Texas. Early on the book talks about
resocialization of the youth, but for that to be the truth it would have to mean that th
Born not raised is the perfect name for a book looking at the state of the juvenile justice system.
To me born not raised means that the children are physically brought into the world, but the
parents are not stable mentally, physically, emotionally, or e
After reading Chapter 1 and Additional Material under the Learning Modules: Chapter
1: Main Points - Theory and Measurement, answer the following questions.
Due date: Sunday, January 31 (by midnight)
*20 points total (each question= 2