Review for Quiz #4
Please review the following concepts as a means of preparing for the fourth quiz. Your
assignment is to create a context clue (s) for each concept that will help to jog your memory
during the test. We will do this together in class.
Research 4 cases related to discrimination, give details about the case,
and state the outcome.
The first case that related to discrimination was McConahay and Hough
(1976). Its an example of modern racism that shows the behavior and
22 November 2016
ADJ 140 Professor Hill-Megginson
Review Questions Chapter 16:
1. The collateral consequences are consequences that made by a person as a result of what
the criminal convicted. Some examples include: the rights to vole, to hold off
28 August 2017
For many years around the world the criminal justice system was nothing but a small
fragmented, disorderly process of events. Those in law enf
Professor JJ Smith
31 August 2017
There is a large expectation placed upon law enforcement that requires strong dedication
to doing the right thing. Real thinking takes time and police officers must thin
Interviewing A Police Officer
ADJ 133- Ethics/Criminal Justice
Professor J.J Smith
3 October 2017
I was fortunate enough to have a face to face interview with officer Jeffrey D. Johnson
the Northern Virginia Com
Biology 102: General Biology
Northern Virginia Community College, Manassas
Spring 2017 Syllabus
Dr. Yukti Sharma
Thursday 12:30-3:10pm (Section 0009M)
Parrish Hall Building,
Northern Virginia Community College
Physical Security - ADJ 159
Associate of Applied Science in Administration of Justice
Oct 19 Dec 18, 2016
Parrish Hall, room 238 2nd floor
Dr. Russ Carter, Professor,
Program Head, Admin
Instructions1. Each student picks or is assigned two organisms, one plant and one animal. Sign
up for one plant and one animal on the master sheet during your lab session. Be
sure to record your organisms names for future reference. Each organism report
In-class worksheet: Macromolecules
1. Carbon as a key element in living organisms
a. Draw the carbon atom in the space below.
b. How many covalent bonds can carbon form?
c. The properties of carbon that make it the chemical Basic of all life:
Chapter 9: DNA & DNA Replication
1. What is the purpose of DNA?
2. Watson & Crick determined that the shape of DNA is :
3. In what way is DNA like a book?
4. DNA is made up of many smaller pieces called nucleotides. What is a nucleotide made up of?
In class activity, BIO101
Atoms, bonds, and water oh my!
Definitions/fill in the blank:
1. _ is anything that takes up space and has mass.
2. A _ is a substance that cannot be broken down by chemical reactions.
3. A _ is a substance consisting of t
In Class Activity Ch 12: Mutation, DNA Repair, and Cancer
A mutation is _
Gene mutations are _
Point mutations are_
Describe different ways that mutation affect the amino sequence of a polypeptide
5. Explain the effects of gene mutation that o
the kinds of transport
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Week #8 Discussion:
Good Evening Class,
Change is inevitable, regardless if we want it or not and an essential change in our
development as humans is our technology. With the great benefits that come with these
advancements, there are greater d
Week #5 Paper
Why do we need people to be close to us?
Since the dawn of mankind, we have naturally been drawn to being social creatures. With
the exception of a small percentage of humanity, the average person living in isolation from
Week # 1: Paper
Why is it so difficult to interview someone?
As a law enforcement officer, he/she has a responsibility to investigate every call they
respond to in order to determine if there were any laws or ordinances in violation. In order to
Find an example of a false confession on the internet and describe why it
I searched through a few cases of false confessions and found one that stood out more
than the others. This case is about 15 year old girl, Angela Correa, who
Week #2: Paper
What traits do you have that make it difficult for you to listen to others?
Every living being on the planet is born with traits and develops more traits throughout
their lives. Some may be for good while may be bad, but it makes us who we
Week #3 Paper
Give me some techniques we talked about in class that you would use on someone during an
When interviewing a suspect, victim, or witness there are several useful techniques to use
to help the individual feel comfortable and no int
Week # 6 Assignment
Do you agree with harsh interrogation techniques?
It is difficult to flat out agree or disagree with harsh interrogation techniques because it
always leaves me to be begin to question when are they acceptable and which techniques are
Week #4 Paper
Give an example from current headlines on proper interviewing techniques?
A case involving the death of a 20 year old, Kathy Perry, who disappeared in 1986 went
cold after several months despite the hard work of detectives. The case would re
1. It is important to note and understand that students were not always granted legal rights
within the school. Many changes occurred throughout the last 30 years. Review pages 262
-267 and briefly discuss these cases:
a. New Jersey v. T.L.O
Discussion Board #2
Read and review Rain's Story. Based on the scenario details, select one theory from this
chapter that may be appropriate to apply to Rain. Explain your suggestion.
After reading Rains story, I felt her actions fell clearly in line with
What is a theory and how do theories play a role in the study of juvenile
A theory is a set of ideas which is intended to explain facts or events. These ideas can
possibly be true but is unknown or proven to be true. Theories
1. List (no other details are necessary) the four categories of family dysfunction that may
promote delinquent behavior.
The four categories are Family Breakup, Family Conflict, Family Effectiveness, and Family
2. What causes paren
1. Define Juvenile Delinquency
Juvenile Delinquency is defined as the criminal acts committed by individuals who are
typically under the age of 18 years old, commonly referred as minors.
2. Through the Middle Ages, it was custom and practice
1. The text lists several methods aimed to prevent delinquency in the teenage years. Name
one of those programs (just list a program; no other details are necessary.)
One of the many programs designed to prevent delinquency is the Public Hea