Social identity theory and gangs

How do we explain the behaviour of groups towards each other? We use the social identity theory of course. Also, for understanding the behaviour and cognition of individuals in respect of their social/collectivist contexts – more like African Psychology – and to put the collectivist self into context. (Hogg & Williams, 2000). According to the … Read more

Why Not to Arm Teachers

Persuasive Speech Outline General Purpose: To persuade Specific Purpose: To persuade my audience to sign a petition urging our government not to arm teachers with weapons. Thesis: Arming teachers would undermine the sense of a safe learning environment, take valuable funds away from necessary school resources, and increase the risks of accidental gunfire. I. The … Read more

"Digital Security Risks"

The increasing use of and dependence on information technology in business activities – while creating significant benefits in terms of productivity and efficiency – is also leading to significant risks. Among them are “digital security risks” which, when they materialise, can disrupt the achievement of business by compromising the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information … Read more

The John F. Kennedy’s Assassination and Aftermath Events

The Assassination and Aftermath Events On November 22nd of 1963 tragedy struck the United States and made global headlines. John F. Kennedy, the 35th president of the United States, had been assassinated while on a motorcade through Dallas, Texas – accompanied by first lady Jacquelyn Kennedy and Governor John Connally. As the motorcade passed the … Read more

Definition of serial killer

Per 100,000 people, the country who has the highest murder rate in Southeast Asia, Philippines, has a murder rate of 9.84 for 9,784 recorded cases according to reports from the year 2014. And if one would ever wonder, how many of these cases can actually be considered serial murders? These kinds of murders are committed … Read more

Are Serial Killers Born Or Made?

Despite endless research being conducted within this area of study, researchers still struggle with determining the cause of serial killers. Thus, the main question is: are serial killers born or made? As previously stated, researchers have identified a series of biological predispositions related to these groups of people. In fact, since the beginning of time, … Read more

The Laramie Project

The Laramie Project is a play that details the reactions of the community in Laramie, Wyoming, to the murder of gay university student Matthew Shepard. As different residents recount details of the event and reflect on the effects of the hate crime, two sentiments arise: one that sees media portrayal of the community after Shepard’s … Read more

Abortion is murder

Abortion is murder. 3000 babies are being killed every single day. In every 1000 women there are 12-13 abortions and there are 4.3 billion women in the world. I do believe it is a choice but a wrong choice because you are murdering an innocent child. 52% of women choosing abortions are under the age … Read more

Why do people join gangs?

Gangs have been a part of popular culture ever since the dawn of time. Everyone can agree that any gang-related activities and crimes are against the law, but people still join it regardless with various reasons. From researching, People join gangs because they need a desire for protection. Adding on to that, they join gangs … Read more

Problem Of Gangsterism In Modern Society

Any progressive society will have its dropouts. These are the people who cannot make the grade for one reason or another. These dropouts can turn into delinquents and later become a menace to society. Problem of gangsterism always concerned by the society, because it is the problem linked to young people. A Journey into the … Read more

Pros And Cons For The Use Of Polygraph Testing In The Police Services Recruitment Process

Polygraph testing is an important part of the recruitment process which police services use and have been using for many years. However, there has always been a debate in the criminal justice system on whether to or not to use polygraph testing. Regardless, polygraph testing is used by multiple police agencies to recruit candidates. Individuals … Read more

United Parcel Service (UPS)

United Parcel Service (UPS) began testing smart lock technology in New York City apartment buildings that let multiple packages to be secured at specific locations. Investors fear that the Amazon’s (AMZN) push into the delivery space and the imminent global trade war might hurt UPS. The stock fell 7% year-to-date and 16% for the past … Read more

Forensic Toxicologist Job Description

Toxicology is the study of all the adverse effects of drugs and chemicals that can take a toll on biological systems. Forensic toxicology has to take into consideration the application of toxicology for the purposes of the testimony at law, or in a specific medicolegal context. A forensic toxicologist will have to find answers to … Read more

Gang Violence in Romeo and Juliet, a Play by William Shakespeare

Gangs are socially destructive and detrimental to society for several reasons. Very often they will seek to control their group and the surrounding community through fear and violent crime. Rivalries and territory wars with other gangs bring violence to neighborhoods and endanger the lives of law-abiding citizens. As the situations escalate, violence increases from one-on-one … Read more

Push by Sapphire: A Hindsight of the Nature of Abuse

Push Throughout the story of Push by Sapphire, the author writes about a teenage girl who is involved in psychological, sexual, and physical abuse. Clareece Precious Jones experiences these three forms of maltreatment throughout the book from her parents. Not only is she a victim of maltreatment but also suffers from social injustice because of … Read more

Cloud Computing Security

BRIEF INTRODUCTION ABOUT THE TOPIC: Cloud computing simply means ?Internet computing, generally the internet is seen as collection of clouds; thus the word cloud computing can be defined as utilizing the internet to provide technology enabled services to the people and organizations. Cloud computing enables consumers to access resources online through the internet from anywhere … Read more

Peter Kurten’s Biography

Peter Kurten was born in May 26,1883.During Peter Kurten childhood was beaten up by his father everyday in front of his brothers and mother. Peter Kurten’s dad was a alcoholic, which was the reasoning for leading him to beat up Peter and his mother. Peter claims that his life was ruined by sexual violence at … Read more

The Impacts of Gang Violence to the Young Population

Gang violence has caused countless deaths of the young population. Although gang violence began in the early times, it did not reach an outstanding amount of crime until the 1950s when gun violence began. Gangs have been active for many years. Gang violence dates back to end of the American Revolution, most gangs at the … Read more

Application Of Science In Forensic Studies

Introduction The scientific method is the method used by scientists as an investigation technique. This is used by many researchers to investigate the natural and physical phenomena in this world we live in. When the scientist is in the process of creating a theory, however human errors are going to corrupt the end results. This … Read more

Elizabeth Bathory’s Biography

Cited as one of the first vampires in history, Elizabeth Bathory, also known as “Blood Countess”, tortured and murdered somewhere between 100 to 650 girls from 1590 until 1610. The Hungarian noblewoman is the known as the world’s most prolific, not to mention most sadistic, female serial killer of all time. Her childhood and family … Read more

Two Types of Homicide and Their Differences

The word “capital” refers to any crime where death is a possible punishment. In the United States, murder is the only crime for which you can be executed at the state level. The federal government still retains treason, terrorism, and drug trafficking is capital crimes. The term homicide is a fairly generic term that refers … Read more

The Broken Windows Theory And Law Enforcement Today

George Kelling and James Q. Wilson analyzed and tested their hypothesis of crime one certain areas, which lead them to develop the Broken Windows Theory. I will break down their “Broken Windows Theory” and how this has changed law enforcement today. The Broken Windows set the standards for law enforcement. In the early stages of … Read more

Prisoners should be allowed to vote

The United States of America has been fighting throughout history for individual rights and freedoms, ever since 1792 when Kentucky was the first state in the US to ban felons from voting. Now, the only two states that one can vote while in prison are Maine and Vermont. One of the most controversial topics has … Read more

Why do people commit crimes?

People who commit crimes for various reasons. These various reasons trigger with social, economic, and cultural reason. Also these factors trigger an individual to do criminal activities. These are some reasons why it causes individuals to become criminals. Social reasons are peer pressure, and school failure. People commit crime because of social reasons. The social … Read more

Egg Drop Protection Proposal

The 2017-2018 class of conceptual physics was faced with a problem. It was up to them to prevent a raw egg from cracking despite falling from 1 meter. Unfortunately, egg stock has recently plummeted and added further restrictions. Now we were only allowed to use about ten different materials, and of course, they were all … Read more

The Laramie Project

The Laramie Project is a play that details the reactions of the community in Laramie, Wyoming, to the murder of gay university student Matthew Shepard. As different residents recount details of the event and reflect on the effects of the hate crime, two sentiments arise: one that sees media portrayal of the community after Shepard’s … Read more

History Of Serial Killer Profiling 

Throughout history, profiling criminal defendants has been a controversial topic since profiling has been around. Experts on both sides of the spectrum have been commenting on the issue at hand: whether profiling works. But, learning the history of profiling gives a clearer picture of how reliable and unique this method is compared to other time … Read more

Influence Of Gang Violence On Society

Gang violence is a huge problem that exists today in many parts of the United States, as well as the rest of the world. Most of us have heard of gangs such as the Bloods and the Crips, which are primarily African American gangs that have gained a large following in the United States. This … Read more

The Florentino Crime Family

Italian Americans immigration to Calif. Italians were a number of the primary European explorers and settlers of Calif. . non secular duties and also the rummage around for new fishing grounds were initial reasons for Italians to explore what later became the 31st state, however their reasons for staying distended once inward. although we regularly … Read more

History of hair & fibers in forensic science

The importance of examining a hair or fiber was documented in the early stages of forensic science. One of the first forensic science reports involving the scientific study of hair was published in France, in 1857. This introduced the idea of hair and fiber analysis and the field expanded fast in the early 20th century … Read more

Why do people join gangs?

Gangs have been a part of popular culture ever since the dawn of time. Everyone can agree that any gang-related activities and crimes are against the law, but people still join it regardless with various reasons. From researching, People join gangs because they need a desire for protection. Adding on to that, they join gangs … Read more