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Philosophy / Evil As A Necessity
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A 17 page piece that discusses the merits of three philosophical statements: evil exists but is unnecessary, evil is an illusion and does not exist, and evil is necessary in order to bring about the best possible world. The paper raises these philosophies in regards three issues: terrorism, smoking, and the drug mafia, and postulates that evil is necessary to bring about the best possible world. No sources cited.
Filename: Evilphil.wps

The Penitentiary System in Nineteenth Century America
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This 3 page paper highlights points from On the Penitentiary System in the United States and Its Application in France by Alexis de Tocqueville and Gustave de Beaumont. The fact that the U.S. was a model country at the time is noted as is the fact that authors examine the concept of isolation and its relevance. Finally, early criminology theory is examined. No additional sources cited.
Filename: SA019Pen.rtf

Treatment of AIDS in American Society
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This 7 page paper looks at the disease from a social perspective. The main focus is on exactly what the government and advocates are doing on behalf of AIDS and HIV infected victims. Subjects addressed are education, research, new drugs, treatment and funding. Statistics are included throughout. Bibliography included.
Filename: Aidsinam.wps

'8 Ball Chicks' & Social Learning Theory
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A 5 page paper that looks at the social learning theories applied to the gang life presented in Sikes' non-fiction year-long research of girl gangs. The paper discusses reinforcement, secondary reinforcement, imitation and, self-fulfillment in regards to the information presented. The paper agrees with Sikes' statement that the resolution to the problem does not come from parents/generations of gang members, but must come through societal intervention. No solutions are provided by Sikes. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: 8ball.rtf

'The Hoax, The Hustler, The Psychopath'
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This 5 page essay provides a brief look at the psychological makeup of those that live to control others. Specifically, the writer explores the psychological makeup of psychopaths. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Hustler.wps

“Fist Stick Knife Gun”: Addressing Juvenile Delinquency
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A 3 page review of the suggestions presented by author Geoffrey Canada for addressing juvenile delinquency in the inner city. This paper contends that more requirements for gun registration and gun buyback programs are ineffective. Community based approaches, however, can be effective if coupled with a revival of parental responsibility and organizational accountability. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: PPcrmUrbanKids.rtf

“Forces of Order: Policing Modern Japan”: A Critique of the Book by David H. Bayley
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A 5 page critique of the 1997 completely revised edition of this book on the Japanese criminal justice system. This paper discusses Bayley’s contentions that the low crime rate enjoyed by Japan is more related to a reflection of Japanese history and the traditions, morality, and culture which resulted over that history than it is to factors such as the economy or the types of punishment which are imposed. Emphasizes that Japan has clearly imposed societal expectations, expectations which are both shaped and reinforced by societal institutions, as to how its citizens are to interact. No additional sources are listed.
Filename: PPjapPol.doc

“How Great is G.R.E.A.T. (Gang resistance education and training)?: A Review of the Article Detailing the School-Based Gang Prevention Program
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A 10 page overview of the G.R.E.A.T. program and the experimental design of a paper reviewing its effectiveness. G.R.E.A.T. is an in-school program which targets middle school age children in hopes of deterring their interest in joining gangs. Despite the program inconsistencies in design and presentation a national study conducted by researchers at U.S. Department of Justice’s, Crime and Justice Research, declares the study effective. This paper questions that conclusion, identifying numerous problems with the study itself and delineating the circumstances which make the study suspect. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: PPgangPr.rtf


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