JA 8 B Civics: May 7-11
This week we will continue our investigation of the U.S. legal system. We will discuss our legal rights & responsibilities, as well as the history of how our laws developed. We will discuss the similarities & differences between civil & criminal law, as well as the steps of the trial process. We have about 3 weeks left in the semester, but still much to do. STAY FOCUSED!
The Visual Criminology Project: Beyond Data Visualization and the Power of Spectacle (Visual Sociology #004)
Although criminology has grown as a field of study in the last 2 decades, it remains rooted in sociology. The study of the analysis of crime, criminal behaviour
Theories of Crime Sociology Poster
This Theories of Crime sociology poster provides insight into the different concepts of criminality. Areas covered on the poster include:- Marxist Explanations of Crime Functionalist Explanations of Crime Realist Explanations of Crime Interactionist Theories of Crime: Labelling Theory The Theories of Crime has been designed for the Sociology National Curriculum and is an ideal educational resource for brightening up the classroom.
Smart on Crime 2015 - Waterloo Region Crime Prevention Council
We are inspired to work for social justice and positive change by addressing the root causes of crime. Preventing crime before it happens, is the smart thing to do. Smart on Crime in Waterloo Region is our community plan for engaging the entire region, from the grassroots to the highest levels of decision making. Everyone […]
Legal process offers with the algorithm governing the sequence of proceedin…
Legal process offers with the algorithm governing the sequence of proceedin... - #Criminal #deals #governing #Procedure #proceedin #Rules #SERIES #Set
Who’s Getting Rich off the Prison-Industrial Complex?
This is what white privilege looks like- you smoke weed at 18, you are going through a rebellious phase. An 18 year old black american does the same, and he's a thug, a druggy etc. No, this is not OK. This is not what equality looks like. We are not in a post racial society. We have work to do.
The unintended consequences of being “tough on crime”
“We're in this exciting moment where we've had 40 years of being ‘tough on crime,’ and we've finally come to recognize that it really hasn't worked very well,” says sociologist Alice Goffman bluntly. America needs to think differently.