Criminology

In the wake of the 9/11 attacks, the landscape of terrorism in the u.s. has changed considerably, particularly for the citizenry.

In the wake of the 9/11 attacks, the landscape of terrorism in the U.S. has changed considerably, particularly for the citizenry. For this paper, you will select one of the following topics to explore further: (1) psychological impacts of 9/11 on U.S. citizens (e.g., stress, PTSD, psychological concerns more broadly); (2) risk perceptions; (3) economic …

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What is the stockholm syndrome and do you believe it is prevalent today during hostage taking?

What is the Stockholm syndrome and do you believe it is prevalent today during hostage taking? Why or why not? Your submission should be at a minimum of 1 page of content, double spaced with a Title Page and Reference page Type in Times New Roman, 12 point. Follow the APA 7th edition style as …

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What are some of the current ways in which the correctional system and society approaches your identified issues for inmates and correctional staff?

Answer in 400-600 words. What is prison life and culture like now for most inmates and correctional staff in prisons within the United States? Identify and discuss at least 2 issues that you think is problematic for inmates. Identify and discuss at least 2 issues that you think is problematic for correctional staff. What are …

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Your goal is not to determine guilt or innocence (nor competence/incompetence to stand trial), but rather to understand where/why/when a forensic psychologist might have been involved, what assessments might have used (and why), where the person might have gone to get treatment, etc.

Each week, you will be provided the name of a well-known individual who has been accused of or found guilty of engaging in deviant/criminal behavior. The purpose of the case study is to provide you a chance to research and examine this individual’s past deviant/criminal behavior to see how and where forensic psychology might have …

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Competency In this project, you will demonstrate your mastery of the following competency: Analyze societal trends that are affecting the criminal justice system Scenario As an assistant in a research firm, you have been tasked to examine a societal trend that is impacting the criminal justice system. Your assignment is to choose one trend and …

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She is irritable, and, given her mother’s history of alcohol abuse, you are concerned each time she talks about drinking.

Overview In this assignment, you will read a scenario about a criminal justice professional who is struggling with stress on the job. You will suggest resources and habits to reduce stress and identify how those around the criminal justice professional can reduce his or her reluctance to seek assistance for stress. Prompt In this assignment, …

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2-is there a “csi effect” in a criminal investigation?

1-What contributions did Bertillon, Vollmer, and Locard make to the development of criminal investigation techniques? To receive full credit, you will need to list the contribution of each person and be specific. 2-Is there a “CSI effect” in a criminal investigation? Discuss the inaccurate media portrayals of the forensic or profiling functions, and how this …

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