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1.1705 Crime and Economics.
This paper discusses the relevance of external factors to crime. Most crime is rooted in socio-economic factors that we, as a group, help to foster. Education, and family are looked at as important factors in helping children move away from criminal activities. Reasons for crime are looked at as well as curbing external factors which will help deter children from becoming criminals. 8.5 pgs. 16 f/c. 8b.
Bibliography: 8 source(s) listed
Filename: 1705 Crime and Economics.doc
2.2202 Drugs and Rules in American Crime.
This paper examines the direct relationship between the consumption of legal and illegal substances and crime in the United States. 5 pgs. 6 f/c. 1b.
Bibliography: 1 source(s) listed
Filename: 2202 Drugs Rules America.doc
3.2313 Money Laundering.
This paper discusses Money Laundering and white collar crimes. Examples of present sentences and what congress and the law has done to combat white collar crimes is examined. 16 pgs. 93 f/c. 10+b.
Bibliography: 10+ source(s) listed
Filename: 2313 White Collar Crimes.doc
4.2557 Jack The Ripper.
This paper looks at the Jack The Ripper and the murders he committed over a century ago. Some of the media frenzy that occurred during the time in question is also discussed. The latest suspect to commit these crimes is examined with proof. 6 pgs. 39 f/c. 7b.
Bibliography: 7 source(s) listed
Filename: 2557 Jack The Ripper.doc
5.2665 How the Media Perpetuates Sexism, Classism and Racism.
This paper demonstrates how the media perpetuates sexism, classism and racism. Examples are discussed to explain how the media does this. Some of Bell Hook's thoughts and readings are used to explain the media's role in all of this. In the end, the author believes that it is through education that we can eliminate the blunt edge of this issue. 5 pgs. 7 f/c. 3b.
Bibliography: 3 source(s) listed
Filename: 2665 Media Contemporary Harm.doc
6.2833 Crack Cocaine: A Crying Shame in the Black Community.
The introduction of highly addictive crack cocaine in the 1980s caused widespread devastation in inner city communities. Under a tough 1986 crack law, vast numbers of black males are serving long prison sentences, yet crack sales and crack addiction have not decreased. Despite the failure of the War on Drugs to reduce drug use or crime in inner city neighborhoods, protests that the crack law targets blacks for prosecution and long prison sentences, and evidence that the CIA was involved in introducing crack cocaine into inner city neighborhoods, the government has refused to change its tactics and take measures to actually help the black community recover from the crack epidemic. 13.5 pgs. 20 f/c. 10b.
Bibliography: 10 source(s) listed
Filename: 2833 Black Crack Cocaine.doc
7.3746 Fear of Crime in North America - Some Causes and Consequences.
In North America, the fear of crime involves several causes and important consequences. In general, media-encouraged notions of increased crime, especially violent crime, has a conservative effect in promoting public support for state enforcement. The experience of crime also leads to increased awareness and much fear of future vulnerability. 6 pgs. Bibliography lists 5 sources.