“Race and Riots: A Note on the Economic Impact of the Rodney King Riots.” Urban Studies, vol. 41, no. 13, 2004, pp. 2691–2696, Academic Search Premier, doi:10.1080/0042098042000294628. • This article discusses the Los Angeles riots and discusses the long term economic impact that they had on the city.
Pettit, Becky and Bruce Western. 2004. “Mass Imprisonment and the Life Course: Race and Class Inequality in U.S. Incarceration.” American Sociological Review 69(2):151–69. Pettit, B. and Sykes, B. L. 2015. Civil Rights Legislation and Legalized Exclusion: Mass Incarceration and the Masking of Inequality.
We can now be sure that who we are executing is actually the criminal. If there is no hard evidence that can be tested, there are new laws prohibiting the death penalty as punishment if certain factors are in place. HG is a website that gives legal resource information to the public. They report some of the laws put in place to protect the defendant. They state that when a prosecutor seeks the death penalty, a process called bifurcation must occur.
(2014). Retrieved from http:// www.thethinkspot.ca/think_sociology_2/ch01/chaptersummary.html Editorial Board. (2012, September 20). Arizona’s bad immigration law takes effect. The Washington Post.
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Social Disorganization Theory Name Institutional Affiliation Crime in our societies is a widespread social phenomenon dating back centuries ago and ranges from low-level delinquencies to high-level offences. Chances are high that one would be involved in crime during their lifetime, either as a victim, or as an assailant. Nevertheless, what really motivates individuals to commit crime? Studies have shown that in different political, economic, and cultural backgrounds, crime occurs in diverse patterns making it a serious social problem. Hence, criminology and sociology experts have examined numerous aspects of crime in an attempt to elucidate why individuals commit crime, and cogently explain its social context.
Joey Fafinski Mr. Skemp 3/14/18 Chicago Gang Violence during Prohibition Prohibition had a major impact throughout the United States. The Volstead Act banned almost all forms of alcohol from the the United States. Despite this attempt to eradicate alcohol, alcohol entered the country illegally. This illegal activity led to a major increase in gang violence especially in urban areas. Gang violence in Chicago was particularly significant during Prohibition.
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