Court blocks ruling against NYPD's stop-and-frisk policy. Retrieved from http://www.cnn.com/2013/10/31/justice/new-york-stop-frisk/ BELLIN, J. (2014). THE INVERSE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE CONSTITUTIONALITY AND EFFECTIVENESS OF NEW YORK CITY "STOP AND FRISK". Boston University Law Review, 94(5), 1495-1550.
Annotated Bibliography Alvargonzález, D. (2017). Knowledge and attitudes about abortion among undergraduate students. Psicothema, 29(5), 520-526. doi:10.7334/psicothema2017.58 This journal explains the process of a study done at the University of Oviedo concerning attitudes towards abortion. A total of 1025 undergraduate students were studied in September and December of 2015. They were surveyed and placed into two groups: anti-abortion and pro-abortion.
Department of Veteran Affairs, 1 Jan. 2007, www.ptsd.va.gov/public/problems/ptsd-alcohol-use.asp. March 22, 2018 “Returning Veterans With Addictions.” Returning Veterans With Addictions, Psychiatric Times, 15 July 2011, www.psychiatrictimes.com/military-mental-health/returning-veterans-addictions. March 22, 2018 Shmoop Editorial Team. “War in History of Drugs in America.” Shmoop, Shmoop University, 11 Nov. 2008, www.shmoop.com/drugs-america/war.html. March 22, 2018 History.com Staff.
The Budweiser advertisement during the 2002 Super Bowl is a 9/11 shout-out, which featured the trademark Clydesdale’s bowing in front of the Statue of Liberty to remind viewers to pay respect to New York City. The shout-outs are meant to reevaluate the events on September 11th 2011 and to describe them in a more creative and exciting way. Anti-Monumental Art or Culture: Anti-Monumental Art or Culture is a collection of artists who created works of art that questioned what America really stands for. The art displayed showed how regular American’s felt about September 11th not how the government portrayed it. A few examples of Anti-Monumental art include Superman being wounded, a weeping Statue of Liberty, and Superman beholding the real heroes.
“Economic Effects of the 1918 Influenza Pandemic.” Www.stlouisfed.org, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, Nov. 2007, www.stlouisfed.org/~/media/Files/PDFs/Community-Development/Research-Reports/pandemic_flu_report.pdf?la=en. This article describes the economic effects of today’s flu cost and also a future epidemic. This helps with a deeper explanation on the influenza pandemic of 1918 and its effects. Johnson, Carolyn Y. “The $5.8 Billion Argument for Getting Your Flu Shot.” The Washington Post, WP Company, 13 Oct. 2016, www.washingtonpost.com/news/wonk/wp/2016/10/13/the-5-8-billion-argument-for-getting-your-flu-shot/?utm_term=.ddb8f48bbe1c.
Bethany Melton College Composition 1 27 October 2017 My Opinion on Gun Control Gun control; “you often hear those words tossed around, if you look at Mike Lester’s illustration below,”(Lester, 2013) you will see the argument how some people view gun control. The man in the blue represents gun control itself, you will see the wine in his hand represents the relaxedness of the “gun control” situation. While the man in the suit states how the prohibition will sneak up, therefore taking the rights away of the common civilian. Whether you agree or disagree, it 's still a problem we face today. Gun control generally refers "to laws or policies that regulate the manufacture, sale, transfer, possession or any other use of a firearm.” (Greene,
Kristof contrasts the statistics of firearm and automobile deaths to move the readers to harmonize with his opinion of the subject. Throughout his work, Kristof uses strong sources that strengthen his credibility and appeal to ethos. He references a book, A Biography by Michael Waldman, the president of of the Brennan Center for Justice at the New York University School of Law. He quotes Waldman as stating, “Gun control laws were ubiquitous.” He then includes in his own work, “As a distinguished former congressman, Robert Cousins, put in 1910: Pedestrians are menaced every minute of the days and nights by a wanton recklessness of
While learning from most of his experiences from graduating at the Northwestern University B.A. and the Northwestern University school of Law Durling, became the Executive Editor of the Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, 2006-2007, and Winner, Lowden-Wigmore Award for the Journal's Best Comment, 2006-2007. Comment published: "Never Going Home: Does It Make Us Safer? Does It Make Sense? Sex Offenders, Residency Restrictions and Reforming Risk Management Law."