CJ 102 Unit 8 Seminar

CJ 102 Unit 8 Seminar

19 May 0

Unit 8 Seminar CJ102 Expressive violence, personality traits, child abuse and neglect, human instinct, exposure to violence, drug abuse, firearm availability, cultural values, gangs and national values. Rape is stated in the power point as a weapon in war, that its not a sex crime, rather a violent, coercive act of aggression. Contemporary statues say […]

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CJ 102 Unit 8 Worksheet

CJ 102 Unit 8 Worksheet

19 May 0

Student Name: After completing the readings, answer the following questions: Describe the biological and psychological factors that contribute to crime and deviance within society today. A number of biological factors can contribute to crime/deviance including: Diet- An improper diet can lead to a poorly functioning brain and chemical imbalances. Hypoglycemia- Low blood sugar can lead […]

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CJ 102 Unit 1 Journal

CJ 102 Unit 1 Journal

19 May 0

Unit 1: Journal Purdue University Global I have learned a great many things during this first unit of Criminology I, my professor seemed to make things very interesting including learning all his achievements throughout his life. It is an honor to be the student of such a successful professor. I wont lie, once I looked […]

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CJ 102 Unit 6 Worksheet

CJ 102 Unit 6 Worksheet

19 May 0

Student Name: Answer the following questions: 1. Describe the similarities and differences between criminology and criminal justice. Criminology explains the origin, extent and nature of crime. That is to say, they research who commits crime, why they do it, and what they do, in laymen’s terms. Researchers are concerned with the causes, and with society’s […]

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CJ 102 Unit 2 Worksheet

CJ 102 Unit 2 Worksheet

19 May 0

Student Name: Bianca Overton _______________________________________________________ Answer the following questions: 1. Identify the differences between the classical perspective, the biological/psychological perspective, and the process perspective of criminology. Describe the biological and psychological factors that contribute to crime and deviance within our society today. The classical perspective, or the classical theory believes that criminal behavior can be […]

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CJ 102 Unit 4 Worksheet

CJ 102 Unit 4 Worksheet

19 May 0

Student Name: Answer the following questions: 1. Identify three major theories of crime causation. Instrumental Theory- views the criminal justice system as a tool for the upper echelons of society. The rich control the laws in order to control the lower class members of society. The emphasis of this view is that, while the rich […]

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CJ 102 Ethical and Moral Issues

CJ 102 Ethical and Moral Issues

19 May 0

Ethical and Moral IssuesCrime Scene Investigator   CJ 102 Ethical and Moral Issues In this easy I will identify and discuss the ethical and moral problems that may occur if the new policy is implemented by the Department of Job and Family Services of Anytown. In the development I will determine if the new policy […]

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CJ102 Unit 10 Assignment

CJ102 Unit 10 Assignment

19 May 0

Purdue University Global Cj102 Criminology 1 This essay will discuss potential issues that may emerge from a city’s department of job and family services. I will also discuss whether the policy that they are putting into effect will be negative or positive for society. Furthermore, I will state whether the social learning theory in planning […]

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Ethical Issues, Criminological Theories, and Public Policy

Ethical Issues, Criminological Theories, and Public Policy

19 May 0

CJ102-02: Criminology I Purdue University Global Public policies and the possible issues that arise from their implementations are something that the individuals always have to be mindful of when drafting the policy. There has to be a cost-benefit analysis, as well as the ethical issues that may arise once the policy implementation has taken place, […]

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CRIME RATE PowerPoint Presentation

CRIME RATE PowerPoint Presentation

19 May 0

UNIT 8- CRIME RATE CJ102 Criminology IPurdue University Global NORTH DAKOTA- MURDER RATES 2000-2009 {5C22544A-7EE6-4342-B048-85BDC9FD1C3A}PopulationRegionStateYear of YearMurder RateMurder646,844MidwestNorth Dakota20091.8612641,421MidwestNorth Dakota20081.715639,715MidwestNorth Dakota20072.6612635,867MidwestNorth Dakota20062.28634,605MidwestNorth Dakota20051.8912636,308MidwestNorth Dakota20041.268633,400MidwestNorth Dakota20031.429633,911MidwestNorth Dakota20020.85636,550MidwestNorth Dakota20011.17642,200MidwestNorth Dakota20000.624 NORTH DAKOTA- MURDER RATES 2000-2009 {5C22544A-7EE6-4342-B048-85BDC9FD1C3A}PopulationRegionStateYear of YearMurder RateMurder760,077MidwestNorth Dakota20182.418755,176MidwestNorth Dakota20171.310757,952MidwestNorth Dakota20162.015756,835MidwestNorth Dakota20152.821740,040MidwestNorth Dakota20143.123723,857MidwestNorth Dakota20132.2116701,345MidwestNorth Dakota20123.625684,740MidwestNorth Dakota20113.524674,629MidwestNorth Dakota20101.510 TRENDS Rates review- Figure 1( previous slide)200- 2009 shows […]

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