Not just the template explanations but actual instructor approved write ups of the assignment. Preferably selected from former students who showed exemplar understanding of content so that learners can have examples on their current level to help with the assignments. Discussions Discussions may need to be altered to incorporate the new information being provided. Not so much how you would use the information provided, but why and would it fit into your particular project. The discussion summary may also contain reminders of the examples and expectations from the assignments which is something easily
For instance, at the introduction part, she cited Peter Li’s, Monture’s, Smith’ s stories that vividly displayed “what racism has looked like in the Canadian Academy”; she mentioned the fact that “prejudices in the last century has been changed”, and what the government and universities have done in order to make changes. She also uses examples to show “backlash” of making improvement of racist phenomenon. Later, she cited statistics from census to demonstrate the issues in university faculty, and use facts to back up her discussion of “presentation”, “merits”, “fit” and “promotions”. When the author gave recommendations, she also used facts about some “shifts already happened in Canadian campuses” to show her suggestions are effective. Overall, the repetitive use of facts, words and anecdotes by those people who exactly from Canadian campuses make the author’s statements credible, and convince the readers the existence of racism
Palmiotto focuses on the uses force and the effects it can have in social, criminal, and human rights. Palmiotto is also a professor and has a PH. D in Criminal Justice in the School of Community Affairs, showing the authority in the book he has for his thoughts and viewpoints. The audience pertains to anyone as it addressed as a national issue. Many of the chapters of the author focuses on racism and profiling which Palmiotto addresses as major concern.
Studying law has provided me with a solid grounding in the English Legal system. This has helped me in memorising important cases and in developing my skills with the ability of working under pressure while delivering work to high standards. Studying Law has also helped my debating and in-depth discussions, allowing me to analyse cases where there are huge controversies (Re.A and R v Dudley and Stephens) to expand my ideas by gaining a wider understanding of the complexity of this
My undergraduate studies, volunteer service, and employment have prepared me for study and future employment in criminal justice policy and administration. While studying criminology and criminal justice (CCJS) at the University of Maryland, College Park, I had the option of completing three additional CCJS courses that were not required for my major. I chose to take classes about drugs, race, and human trafficking because I believed they were critical criminal justice issues. In my course on race, one of my assignments was to respond to “The Space Traders,” a science fiction short story by the late New York University Law Professor Derrick Bell. This paper introduced me to Critical Race Theory and sparked my interest in the racialization
To begin with, our class material and content ranged from pervasive novels and excerpts to compelling documentaries and talks. Consequently, many class assignments left students grappling with the issues of mass incarceration and experiences with race. I insist that, due to this exposure, my most important learning was being challenged to keep my mind open to and critically thinking about situations and perspectives that I had not been aware of or experienced. The first example that comes to mind was learning about the harsh realities of the discrimination against ex-convicts in Michelle Alexander’s book The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness. Michelle Alexander, a civil rights lawyer and legal scholar, argues not only that mass incarceration is a “well-disguised system of racialized social control that functions in a manner strikingly similar to Jim Crow"(4), but that the prison label placed on convicts is “more damaging to the African American community than the shame and stigma associated with Jim Crow’ (17).
Introduction The topic of this paper is the South Carolina Department of Corrections. This agency was selected due to the authors’ current major of Criminal Justice. While attending classes at Tri-County Technical College I have covered many aspect of the criminal justice system as a whole along with the area of corrections. Although I am familiar with the topic, this will be in depth to the South Carolina Department of Corrections and how this agency interacts within the state government. The goal will be to apply an insight to corrections as a whole, how these state departments functions, and provide research on the details for this agency.
After reading multiple works in my current prison literature class, I cannot help but to form questions and theories in regards to the literature we have read. After researching and studying the following pieces of literature: Focault’s Discipline and Punish, Thoreau’s Civil Disobedience, MLK’s Letter from Birmingham Jail, and the Angela Davis Autobiography, I have discovered ideas and questions that go beyond the pages. These pieces of literature are not only accounts, but ideas. These ideas are the spark and evidence to social change. The spark and the evidence help create protest.
Do you think you can graduate and go to College? Watching dropout nation changes the way I view education. This documentary helps me explain my attitude toward life. The Documentary Dropout Nation influences every paragraph I have written in this essay. When you are reading, this piece asks this yourself this question “Will my essay change what you do in school.” Some of the common traits, characteristic and background this student share is that come rough environment.
The aim of this assessment is to reflect on what I have learned this semester regarding the module of Business in Global Context; from the lectures with the professor, the case studies done in class and the three previous patchworks that we worked on. We have learned that there are different internal and external components that affect the business environment, from corporate social responsibility to cultural and institutional framework; organizations must take into consideration all the factors related to the different parts of its environment. For the topic discussion, I will be discussing globalization and how it has affected the global business environment along with the key aspects and the different point of views regarding it. Then I will state the links between globalization and some of the other lectures that we have covered this year, I chose this lecture because it’s one of the most important parts of any business environment worldwide, globalization has also introduced many developments such as internationalization, liberalization etc. Topic Discussion: Globalization has opened the doors between all businesses and countries worldwide, it has created connections without boundaries and a global exchange of information, cultures etc.