COMMUNITY TODAY TODAY
The IC is a work in progress
It has undergone a major reorganization
Adversaries that possess large land armies and great fleets
are different than those who occupy the world of the
J Quant Criminol (2012) 28:455476
Non-Response Bias with a Web-Based Survey of College
Students: Differences from a Classroom Survey About
Carrying Concealed Handguns
William Wells Michael R. Cavanaugh Jeffrey
The Causes of
LEARNING OBJECTIVES: LECTURE 3
I. To explain political violence as the fruit of injustice.
II. To describe political violence as a strategic choice.
III. To understand the moral justifications for political vio
SEPTEMBER 8TH, 2016
What is Theory?
explanation of observed regularities (Bryman,
abstract; unable to guide research; limited use for
1. Concealed carry bans and the American college campus: a law, social
sciences, and policy perspective
2.Contemporary Responses to Violent Attacks on College Campuses
3.Good Guys with Guns: From Popular Sovereignty to Self-Defensive
In recent history college and university campuses have seen more gun related crimes
while on campus and at school events. Some gun related events have been deadly and others
have been stopped before reaching the turning point. This study will
Arrigo, B. A., & Acheson, A. (2016). Concealed carry bans and the american college campus: A
social sciences, and policy perspective. Contemporary Justice Review, 19(1), 120-141.
Bennett, K., Kraft, J., &
The subject of my Case Study is two 13-year-old girls accused of attempting to murder a
classmate to impress fictional Internet character Slender Man will be tried as adults. The
teens face dramatically different treatment because of the judges decision.
Am J Crim Just (2014) 39:358374
Laws That Bit The Bullet: A Review of Legislative
Responses to School Shootings
Jaclyn Schildkraut & Tiffany Cox Hernandez
Received: 15 April 2013 / Accepted: 25 May 2013 /
Published online: 4
Journal of School Violence
ISSN: 1538-8220 (Print) 1538-8239 (Online) Journal homepage: http:/www.tandfonline.com/loi/wjsv20
Contemporary Responses to Violent Attacks on
Michael L. Sulkowski & Philip J. Lazarus
To cite this article: Micha
uffard et al.Journal of Interpersonal Violence
The Author(s) 2012
Reprints and permission: http:/www.
How Many More
Guns?: Estimating the
Effect of Allowing
THE HISTORY OF INTELLIGENCE IN
THE UNITED STATES
THE HISTORY OF INTELLIGENCE IN THE UNITED
To understand why the intelligence community today
is structured the way it is, one must first understand
REVOLUTIONARY WAR TO THE
What is Critical
AUGUST 25 T H , 2016
What is Critical Thinking?
Critical thinking is the intellectually disciplined process of
actively and skillfully conceptualizing, applying, analyzing,
synthesizing, and/or evaluating information gathered fr
Research Designs &
September 20th, 2016
Research Designs & Research
Provides a framework for the
collection and analysis of data
Technique for collecting data
Types of Research Designs
The Nature of the Beast:
LEARNING OBJECTIVES: LECTURE 2
I. To grasp the concept of understanding extremism as the foundation of terrorism.
II. To explain the idea of defining terrorism: an ongoing debate.
III. To understand a
CHALLENGES, PERSPECTIVES, AND ISSUES
LEARNING OBJECTIVES: CHAPTER 1
1. To explain an overview of extremism and terrorism.
2. To understand the concept of terrorism at first glance.
3. To describe the sources of extremism
AU G U S T 3 0 T H , 2 0 1 6
RESEARCH PROJECT TEAMS
Jeanie and Kevin
Matthew and Chad
Takoya, Claudia, and Scott
Evan and Adam
Ashley and Marissa
Krista and Amanda
What ethical factors would the researcher want to bear in
mind if they decide to pursue this approach to their research?
What are the potential ethical risks (think about the
individuals conducting the research, the participants, and
Contemporary Justice Review
Issues in Criminal, Social, and Restorative Justice
ISSN: 1028-2580 (Print) 1477-2248 (Online) Journal homepage: http:/www.tandfonline.com/loi/gcjr20
Concealed carry bans and the American college
campus: a law, social sciences,
Ethics in Criminal
SEPTEMBER 12TH, 2016
How should we treat the people on
whom we conduct research?
Are there activities in which we should
or should not engage in our relations
with these people?
Behaving Ethically Means
The Causes of Terrorism
I. Opening Viewpoint: The Case of Carlos the Jackal
. . . The idiosyncratic example of Ilich Ramirez Sanchez (Carlos) involved training in
Cuba, education in Russia, and joining the Popular Front for the Liberation of Pa