CRJ 524 Week 5 Discussion 2

CRJ 524 Week 5 Discussion 2

19 May 0

CRJ 524 Week 5 DQ 2 Ethics Racial Discrimination in Criminal Justice   Disparity in the treatment of people accused of crimes in the United States is statistically undeniable. Chapter 3 in your text discusses the concept of institutionalized racism and the video Black Death in Dixie: Racism and the Death Penalty in the United […]

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CRJ 524 Week 5 Discussion 1

CRJ 524 Week 5 Discussion 1

19 May 0

CRJ 524 Week 5 DQ 1 Ethics and the “War on Terrorism”   1. Ethics and the “War on Terrorism.” 1st Post Due by Day 3. Many commentators label the current “War on Terrorism” as a state of perpetual war. Many issues become apparent when a nation adopts a permanent war setting. Chapter 8 in […]

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CRJ 524 Week 4 Discussion 1

CRJ 524 Week 4 Discussion 1

19 May 0

CRJ 524: Week 4 Discussion 1  Ethics In Criminal Justice Policy Making Chapter 9 in your text details a number of ethical considerations in criminal justice policy making. From the chapter, choose one of the following issues: public opinion about punishment, mandatory minimum sentencing, the “War on Drugs,” truth in sentencing, or sexual predators. Create […]

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CRJ 524 WEEK 4 DISCUSSION 2

CRJ 524 WEEK 4 DISCUSSION 2

19 May 0

In this discussion, address capital punishment and its implementation in the United States. Examine its use and application against the logical fallacy of “two wrongs make a right.” If capital punishment can be proven to be a logical fallacy, discuss the efficacy of its continued use. Guided Response: Your analyses here will be rooted in […]

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Logical Fallacies and Criminal Justice

Logical Fallacies and Criminal Justice

16 October 0

Logical Fallacies and Criminal Justice Ashford University CRJ 524 Ethics in Criminal Justice Logical Fallacies and Criminal Justice According to Philosophy 103 (n.d.) logical fallacies is defined as roughly speaking, an error of reasoning. When someone adopts a position, or tries to persuade someone else to adopt a position, based on a bad piece of […]

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CRJ 524 Week 3 Discussion 2

CRJ 524 Week 3 Discussion 2

15 October 0

The public has a right to know is a statement that I have heard in regards to a number an of topics. The different media outlets provide the public with information regarding things that are happening in our local area as well s national news headlines. Correctional facilities are no different when it comes to […]

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CRJ 524 Week 1 Discussion 1

CRJ 524 Week 1 Discussion 1

15 October 0

CRJ 524 Week 1 Discussion 1 When I think of the meaning of ethics in the context of an individual I think of a moral code that guides someone’s everyday life. Everyone has their induvial definition of what is ethical and what is not so what may seem ethical to one person may not be […]

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Ethics, Media, and Criminal Justice

Ethics, Media, and Criminal Justice

14 October 0

Ethics, Media, and Criminal Justice Ashford University CRJ 524: Ethics in Criminal Justice Ethics, Media, and Criminal Justice The media reporting on the criminal justice system have a big impact on what they are reporting on the news to society. Banks (2016) “numerous studies have shown that most people gain their knowledge of events from […]

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CRJ 524 Week 1 Discussion 2

CRJ 524 Week 1 Discussion 2

09 October 0

Ethics in the criminal justice system is very important. When I think of ethics in the context of a group I think of groups such as a church or police officers. Those are groups that essentially share the same ethical values as yourself. When it comes to ethics in the criminal justice system it is […]

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CRJ 524 Week 3 Discussion 1

CRJ 524 Week 3 Discussion 1

09 October 0

Police Officers deal with moral dilemmas on daily basis. The recent increase of police related incidents has put police officers in a moral dilemma at times when it comes to certain situations involving civilians. According to the text police officers can make decisions based on the situation which can cause a huge dilemma. The first […]

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