Criminology

Total Assignments: 441

Identify the theory and the theorist(s). Next, discuss the origins of the theory you chose (e.g., historical events, earlier theories that influenced its development, background of the theorist(s) that influenced its development).

CRJ 560 Criminological Theory Research Paper Assignment     In order to allow you to demonstrate your grasp of theory and the applicability of theory to policy and future research, ea...

The Christian Worldview Paper is a 2-page document outlining your perception of your own Christian worldview as it relates to criminology.

The Christian Worldview Paper is a 2-page document outlining your perception of your own Christian worldview as it relates to criminology. In this document (completed in current APA format), ex...

Criminological theories are often criticised as being out-dated or too narrow to apply to contemporary Australian society.

Criminological theories are often criticised as being out-dated or too narrow to apply to contemporary Australian society. Utilising Classical Theory and ONE (1) other Criminological Theory of your choice, critically analyse the use of Mandatory Minimum Sentences as a response to crime in contemporary Australia.The assignment is 1500 words (+/- 10%). Students are encou...

Websites should be used with caution. References must be integrated and cited appropriately throughout the body/discussion as per either the Harvard or APA 7 styles.

The assignment is 1500 words (+/- 10%). Students are encouraged to use sub-headings and a minimum of eight (8) valid references required. For references to be valid, they must be academic or otherwise from a legitimate source.  Websites should be used with caution. References must be integrated and cited appropriately throughout the body/discussion as per either the Harvard or APA 7 styles....

Students will research and write a short essay (i.e., minimum of 4 full double-spaced pages) proposing criminal justice reforms that would create a just justice system.

Students will research and write a short essay (i.e., minimum of 4 full double-spaced pages) proposing criminal justice reforms that would create a just justice system. The focus can be either sector-based (e.g., policy, courts, corrections, community-based services) or issue focused (e.g., harm reduction approaches to drug use) at the local (i.e., lower mainland) or national (i.e., Canada) level. The focus must be on Canada, and the research should have a problem-solving focus and suggest practical ch...

Students are expected to write a country report on one (or two) human rights issues. Some examples are a law that might criminalize queer people, police practices, unemployment, discrimination, disowning/honor killings

Assignment summary: Students are expected to write a country report on one (or two) human rights issues. Some examples are a law that might criminalize queer people, police practices, unemployment, discrimination, disowning/honor killings, denial of freedom of expressi...

Require some personal interpretation or perspective, often because of a stake in the topic

Each student will choose a prominent theorist, activist, or reformer within criminology to research (historical or contemporary and from any society) and write a short paper (i.e., a minimum of 4 double-spaced pages) exploring and outlining the importance of their work.Approach this assignment like a profile. Some definitions of a profile are quite narrow (e.g., a story of one person that explores their background and characte...

Instructions for the written assignment – including topic choices

This document provides a summary of the following: • The general criteria used for grading papers • Instructions for the written assignment – including topic choices • Paper guidelines • Suggestions regarding how to locate academic articles and newspaper articles for inclusion in your paper • Detailed instructions regarding referencing in your written assignment • Grading rubricGeneral Criteria for Grading Papers ...

Compare and contrast the key similarities and differences between the crime of assault with a deadly weapon and the crime of felonious and aggravated battery.

Assignment 3: Assault, Battery, and Crimes against Persons Due Review the following scenario in order to complete this assignment: (A) is walking to towards her car in the shopping mall parking lot when a man suddenly jumps in front of her, points a knife in her face, and demands her purse. The attacker strikes (A) and rips th...

In the United States, both the federal government and the states have authority to indict for criminal wrongdoing.

Assignment 3: The Big Stage! In the United States, both the federal government and the states have authority to indict for criminal wrongdoing. The federal government and each state have their own criminal statutes, court system, prosecutors, and police agencies. Use your textbook, the Internet, and/or Strayer University Online Library (https://research.strayer.edu) to research articles from within the past three years on crime trial, prosecutor, and criminal inves...

This course-long project asks you to identify a workflow process that presently exists, go through the process of re-designing it considering socio-technical aspects and using human factors engineering models.

This course-long project asks you to identify a workflow process that presently exists, go through the process of re-designing it considering socio-technical aspects and using human factors engineering models. The workflow process you selected in Module 1 will be the focus of your Course Project throughout each module. This is not meant to be a real-life practicum, and I do not expect you to run a real-life project (that will be for your capstone course).  ...

The following case study presents issues related to various levels of police encounters with a suspect and potential criminal evidence and the legal justification required for those encounters.

The following case study presents issues related to various levels of police encounters with a suspect and potential criminal evidence and the legal justification required for those encounters....

Write a journal entry on “The Minority report” (2002) movie. The journal entry is not simply about your personal opinion of the film, but rather, presents a synopsis about the movie before discussing the ways in which, or the extent to which the film is t

Write a journal entry on “The Minority report” (2002) movie. The journal entry is not simply about your personal opinion of the film, but rather, presents a synopsis about the movie before discussing the ways in which, or the extent to which the film is telling us about surveillance and/or social control? How are you connecting the film to course content (Book- the surveillance studies)...

Nubbles and Rudge decide to rob the Tight Fist Bank. They make elaborate plans and purchase some firearms to assist them in their venture.

THE THREE QUESTIONS SHOULD BE 400-500 WORD EACH AND PLEASE USE CITATIONS AND DO NOT COPY AND PASTE (NO PLAGIARISM) ...