Sociology Evaluation and Crime Prevention

Question 1591 marriage & family

A Venn Diagram will be used to explore the similarities and differences between expectations of men and women in the workplace. This diagram will serve as the basis for your Video Discussion Board Post. Create a video response to share the results of your Venn Diagram. You will be asked to propose a policy change. Students are responsible for responding to at least two of their peers. craft a letter to their elected representation arguing for their proposed policy change Create a Kaltura video presentation to share the findings of your Venn Diagram. Answer the following questions: What are the similarities and differences between men’s work and family roles and women’s work and family roles? What can be done to bridge the gap? How does the dynamic change if you have two female partners or two male partners? Describe one way policy can change to help families.

Question 1592 Social problem evals

.You will be applying the social problems model to an article on economic inequality. (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. Your eval should be around 1 page long. Include the different pieces of the model and a very brief discussion of what pieces of the model are best represented by the article. For this eval you will provide your own article. You will be applying the social problems model to an article on racial and ethnic relations in the United states. Please keep these articles very current, past six months is best. I will not accept articles that are older than one year. This topic has been discussed in various ways in the media over the past year and there will be no shortage
of articles on the topic. Make sure you use main stream media sources. Do not use scholarly journals. Do not use fringe media outlets, like mother jones or breitbart. CNN, Fox News, MSNBC, ABC news, The New York Times, USA Today, etc are all examples of main stream media sources. ******2.Your eval
should be around 1 to 2 pages long, double spaced. Include the different pieces of the model and a very brief discussion of what pieces of the model are best represented by the article. Include the full title of the article used as well as an active link to the article. Double check your link before you submit your

Question 1593 Sexual Scripts

Pick three T.V. shows of your choice from three different decades. One show can be current but the other two should be from past decades. What sexual scripts (ideas taught to us about what is acceptable sexual behavior for a person of our gender) are in the shows? How have they changed over the decades? HINT: The ME TV network often rebroadcasts older shows. Some examples you could use
include: 1950s – The Donna Reed Show, I Love Lucy, M*A*S*H (broadcast in the 1970s but about the 1950s) 1960s – Andy Griffith Show, That Girl 1970s – Brady Bunch, Chips, Emergency 1980s – Cheers 1990s – Saved By The Bell

Question 1594 Socioloigcal Research on Prosperity Gospel

–Find 2 scholarly articles on the prosperity gospel tv evangelism written by sociologists AND complete an annotated bibliography for each. (You can use Google Scholar) 2) -Search for sermons/ interviews/ readings that reveal arguments Christians are making in favor of the prosperity gospel. -Then, complete a 450 word write up summarizing what you found. 3) In 300 words, List 4-5 key elements or features of the prosperity gospel and then connect each to a theoretical concept in Sociology. (Exp. Emile Durkheim, Max Weber, and Karl Marx all explore the relationship between religion and social order.

Question 1595 Movie Love 5

Discussion Board #5: Movie Love 5 5 unread replies. 5 5 replies. Assigned readings for this chapter: Great Expectations.pdfPreview the document, The science of love.docPreview the document This exercise helps us to connect the theories, concepts, and social patterns presented in the course. Select
any movie that features a romantic plot. I think selecting your favorite movie would be a great choice! This discussion demonstrates concepts from cutlure, socialization, symbolic interactionism, functional theory, and our in class discussions about romantic love. Pick a romantic film and watch it with someone
of the opposite sex. I have made suggestions at the bottom. After the movie, you can each discuss the following questions. Take notes on the answers or you can each write your responses down separately, then compare notes. Question 4 and 5 are not related to the movie, but will help illustrate the ideas of the above listed concepts. Summarize what happened in the movie. What are the scenes that stick out most to you? Which character do you relate to the most? What are the 3 most important aspects of a relationship?

Define cheating. Now, let’s analyze the responses of a male and a female who watched the same movie. In your write up, compare and contrast the two sets of responses (male versus female responses ). How are the answers different? How are the answer similar? What are the values that are most important to men? to women? How does gender socialization play a role in how men and women define (symbolic interactionism) romance, cheating, etc? What are the dysfunctions of American love? What are functions? How do romantic relationships add to social stability? How can it create social instability? Movie suggestions: Pride & Prejudice, A Walk to Remember, Titantic, What a Girl Wants, Just Like Heaven, Twilight

Question 1596 Gender And Sexuality

This week covers Gender Inequality. I have two options for this assignment, so just pick the one that interests you. OPTION #1 Often, our discussions about this topic examine how females experience inequality. This discussion will focus on how males may experience inequality. Here are your instructions: Go to A Call To Men’s website and spend a few minutes reading about their organization. (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. Watch the TED Talk of founder Tony Porter at In your 300 word+ post answer the following: What is the man-box? What are some ways that you think males are placed in this box? Do
you place males in this man-box? What are the dysfunctions of putting males into this man-box? What do you think is the role of our females in promoting the rigid idea of a “real man”? How is men’s liberation from the man-box tied to women’s liberation? What changes would you make in socializing children so that both males are females can develop qualities that are healthy rather than qualities that fit rigid stereotypes?

Question 1597 Race and Ethnicity

With nearly seven billion people on the planet, the world offers a fascinating array of human characteristics. Race refers to the inherited physical characteristics that distinguish one group from another. These distinguishing characteristics include a variety of complexions, colors, and shapes.
Although there have been significant strides in the understanding of race and racial equality, two myths of race are still common. One is the perception that some races are superior to others; the other is that “pure” races exist. The idea of race remains a very real and powerful force throughout the world, shaping basic relationships between people in the United States and elsewhere. Select one set of questions to respond to: Racial, Ethnic, and Minority Groups

1a)Why do you think the term “minority” has persisted when the word “subordinate” is more descriptive?

1b)How do you describe your ethnicity? Do you include your family’s country of origin? Do you consider yourself multiethnic? How does your ethnicity compare to that of the people you spend most of your time with? Stereotypes, Prejudice, and Discrimination

2a) How does racial steering contribute to institutionalized racism?

2b)Give an example of stereotyping that you see in everyday life. Explain what would need to happen for this to be eliminated. Theories of Race and Ethnicity 3a)Give three examples of white privilege. Do you know people who have experienced this? From what perspective?

3b)What is the worst example of culture of prejudice you can think of? What are your reasons for thinking it is the worst? Intergroup Relationships

4a)Do you believe immigration laws should foster an approach of pluralism, assimilation, or amalgamation? Which perspective do you think is most supported by current U.S. immigration policies?

4b)Which intergroup relation do you think is the most beneficial to the subordinate group? To society as a whole? Why? Race and Ethnicity in the United States

5a)In your opinion, which group had the easiest time coming to this country? Which group had the hardest time? Why?

5b)Which group has made the most socioeconomic gains? Why do you think that group has had more success than others?

Question 1598 Culture in your textbook


1. Read Chapter 3: Culture in your textbook.

2. Use the information from the text to answer the questions (your response must be informed by the material you’ve learned rather than offering opinions).

3. Include APA formatted citations and a reference (no outside sources, please).

4. Write at least 250 words about this topic. Post your word count at the end of your essay. 5. Save your essay as a Word document and upload it by clicking on the assignment title before the close of the week on Sunday. Think about a television show you’ve recently watched (or take a break and go watch a TV
show!). In what ways can you use the terms or concepts from chapter three to explain what happened in the show? In other words, what from Chapter 3 on Culture can you relate to the show? Describe any part of the program using KEY CONCEPTS from Chapter 3, (or Chapter 3 Lecture/PowerPoint if your
textbook is delayed). For example, if you watched an episode of Law & Order, you might discuss norms (folkways, mores, laws), subcultures, values, beliefs, etc. including the behaviors of any of the characters. Please present your response in paragraphs with clear sentences, proper spelling, grammar,
sentence structure, tense agreement, etc. You will be graded on both content (did you respond to each prompt and provide a citation/reference for the article you found?) and format (have you followed all structural requirements like proper spelling, grammar, sentence structure, tense agreement?) BOOK !!!!!!!! Schaefer, R.T. 2017. Introduction to Sociology, 12th ed. McGraw Hill.

Question 1599 Sociology in the news

Due Today at 10pm * I need a copy of the source so a online article needs to be used and pasted within the paper *

She is using Turnitin to check for Plagiarism ——————————— Sociology In The News Paper Format (example) Rachel A. Koons 1 Sociology In The News Paper #1 October 4, 2017

Title of Article Review Begin paper here…. ————————- Sociology In The News Essays (SITN’s) Each student will
write two Sociology in the News (SITN) essays. Each essay is to be turned in by the due dates listed on your Weekly Schedule. Please read the following information/instructions before writing and submitting your SITN essays. Don’t hesitate to ask if you have any questions regarding this writing assignment.
**What are Sociology in the News Essays?** Most of what you’ll find in the news headlines deal with potentially Sociological topics—the same topics you discuss with friends at the coffee shop, with your family around the dinner table, or in the breakroom at work. What sets Sociology apart from most breakroom conversations is not the topics themselves, but the perspective that Sociologists bring to them….. The purpose of these essays is to develop the ability to look at everyday events and debates with a Sociological eye—that is, to unpack the taken-for-granted ways of thinking about the world that usually frame our discussions about current events, and look for ways to understand them more deeply as Sociological issues. **You will write two SITN essays this semester. For each one:

1) Choose a recent article from a regional or national news source that deals with a topic that interests you, or that you think might interest a sociologist. (Good sources include The New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, the Missoulian, Arkansas Democrat Gazette, U.S. News & World Report, ABC News, Fox News, Christian Science Monitor,,,, any Sociological current journal, and etc.) **The article should be no more than a few years old if possible…

2) Photocopy, clip, copy and paste, or print your article, and turn it in with your essay. Or you may provide the web link at the bottom of your paper.

3) In 2-4 pages, discuss the sociological ramifications of your article. In so
doing, you will want to set your paper up using the following 3 steps: step 1: in your own words, introduce your article and summarize its major points (1-2 paragraphs). step 2: describe, in detail, how the article relates to either a theory, concept or sociological idea from your textbook (1-2 paragraphs). step 3: discuss at least two questions sociologists might ask about the article’s content, and state briefly how they might go about answering them. You will also need to include your own personal thoughts and opinions regarding the content of your article (1-2 paragraphs).

*Papers should be formatted using Times New Roman, 12-point font with 1-inch margins. Please see next page for paper setup. *

These papers will be graded as follows: full points: An outstanding, ground-breaking, perfectly polished and beautifully written essay that makes interesting and insightful points. (Essentially, an A or A-.) Partial points: A good essay (about a B+-B-). It is perhaps well-written, certainly free of spelling and stylistic
errors, but not especially original. Low points: A paper that was turned in on time, but is underdeveloped, riddled with errors, or both. (About a C.) You can figure out what happens below this….

Question 1600 Sociology

Describe the different forms of racial and sex inequality. What are some of the ways that we can see institutionalized inequality within nursing or your chosen profession? After reading the articles “Who Rides the Glass Elevator?” and “Forget about the Stigma”, are all nurses/nursing assistants treated equally?

Question 1601 Watch a documentary

Must Watch a video and discuss these questions How are both ideologies represented in this week’s documentary in contradictory ways? Serano discusses how homophobia, transphobia and traditional sexism are all results of oppositional sexism—how were these issues represented in this week’s documentary?

Question 1602 Race, Ethnicity, Prejudice,Discrimination

Please write a 1 page response for the following topics (each topic should be 1 page for a total of four pages): Race Ethnicity Prejudice Discrimination In your response, please do the following: a-Define the term b-Describe one theory/idea discussed in class that relates to the topic c-Include your personal views about the topic d-Describe a common issue or problem associated with the topic

Question 1603 Watch a documentary

Must watch two documentaries and (Watch parts 1-3) 500 words min Must list academic sources Answer these questions Note the use of value laden medical terminology such as “disorders” and “malfunctions” how would Fausto-Sterling analyze the use of such language? The narrator of “Intersex” asserts that gender differences in terms of aggressive versus passive behavior is rooted in biology then asserts that gender is “almost entirely” learned behaviors; while the casual viewer may miss this ideological contradiction, how could we, as social scientists, explain why the narrator confuses ideologies on gender and sex using what we have learned from Fausto-Sterling? Note the doctor in “Interex” who is being interviewed throughout the documentary, how do his comments on gender and sexual identities of the intersexed, that he vaguely says is “backed by studies,” seem absurd from the perspective of Fausto-Sterling? What social effects can we see resulting from Western culture’s
insistence on the Gender Dichotomy?

Question 1604 Watch a documentary

Must watch two documentaries and (Watch parts 1-3) 500 words min Must list academic sources Answer these questions Note the use of value laden medical terminology such as “disorders” and “malfunctions” how would Fausto-Sterling analyze the use of such language? The narrator of
“Intersex” asserts that gender differences in terms of aggressive versus passive behavior is rooted in biology then asserts that gender is “almost entirely” learned behaviors; while the casual viewer may miss this ideological contradiction, how could we, as social scientists, explain why the narrator confuses ideologies on gender and sex using what we have learned from Fausto-Sterling? Note the doctor in “Interex” who is being interviewed throughout the documentary, how do his comments on gender and sexual identities of the intersexed, that he vaguely says is “backed by studies,” seem absurd from the perspective of Fausto-Sterling? What social effects can we see resulting from Western culture’s
insistence on the Gender Dichotomy?

Question 1605 Course work questions

Answer the following questions: 1. Why didn’t authors end their research after analyzing the results of the ProQOL? (Hint: What else were they looking to answer? or what crucial question was left unanswered by the ProQOL?) 2. Do you believe the author’s study has construct validity? Why, or why not?

Question 1606 Watch Video for Discussion

Min of 500 words Must cite academic source Video for Discussion: “Stonewall Uprising” Discussion Question: Considering the history of the Homophile Movement, how can we see the rejection of their accommodationist approach for the more active politics of Gay Liberation as a response to political and social realities of the mid-twentieth century? Considering the inclusiveness expressed by activists in Gay
Liberation, why is the history of Lesbian Feminism ironic?

Question 1607 The vignette provided below illustrates ethical dilemma

The vignette provided below illustrates ethical dilemma(s) human services workers can encounter. Questions follow that provide an opportunity for you to ”apply” ethical standards and ethical decision- making as you think about what you would do in that situation. VIGNETTE: I WORK IN A VOLUNTEER-
DRIVEN ORGANIZATION. It is a local chapter of a national organization. We depend on volunteers for numerous activities: fund-raising, clerical tasks, service delivery, etc. One particular valuable volunteer had great computer skills and was creating a database for the local chapter. Unbeknown to the director
or the staff, this person had used the computer and the organization’s logo and letterhead to solicit gifts, donations, event passes, and who knows what else from all over the area for her own use. One company representative called to check out a solicitation from this person because it was different from previous organization contacts and it raised suspicions. POST YOUR ANSWERS TO THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS. Describe the Ethical Dilemma How might you use “ethical reasoning” in this situation? What action would you take, as an agency administrator, if you became aware of this situation? Identify which of the six (6) ethical principles that underlie codes or standards would apply to this situation
(McClam, pp. 270-271) book Texts: Woodside, Marianne R. & McClam, T. (2013). An introduction to human services (8th ed.). CA: Thompson Brooks/Cole, ISBN-13: 978-1285-74990-7


points You’ve learned about the importance of research and the steps of the sociological research process. For your first assignment, you will begin to work with this process by carefully reviewing an article about a research study. The goal is to have you analyze the article to see how the steps of the research process informed the research presented in the piece. This assignment will also encourage you to make connections between the research and your own life. To analyze your article, follow the Ask, Research, Learn, Do process that is outlined below. This process was introduced in your webtext as a simplified version of the sociological research process. It’s a useful tool to help you think critically,
answer questions, and solve problems. Instructions: Complete both parts of the assignment by following the instructions below. 2 PART A: REVIEW THE RESEARCH 1) Review Articles a) Prepare to complete your assignment by reviewing the articles below. Select one for the focus of your first assignment. • “What ‘Personal Space’ Looks Like Around the World” worldviews/wp/2017/04/24/how-close-istoo-close-depends-on-where-you-live/?utm_ term=.8f70ef8686ad • “Millennials aren’t job-hopping any faster than Generation X did” generation-x-did/ • 6 facts about the U.S. military and its changing demographics demographics/ 2) Use the research information presented in the article to answer the questions below.
You should write four paragraphs, one for each step listed in bold. Refer to  Chapter 2 of the webtext as necessary.

a) Ask: • What was the topic of the research? • Who was studied in the research? • What was the research question that was answered by the information in the article? 3

b) Research: • What research methods were used? • Summarize the process researchers used to collect data.

c) Learn: • What were the key findings of the research? • What conclusion was drawn from the research?

d) Do: • What follow-up question would you now like to ask and research based on this article? • Why did you choose this follow-up question? PART B: MAKE CONNECTIONS

1) Use your article review to help answer the questions below. You should write two paragraphs, one for each question.

a) How can you apply the key research findings to your own life?

b) What are two additional questions that you have about society based on this research? Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements:

• Use Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides.

• Use section headers (Ask, Research, Learn, Do, and Make Connections) and write left indented paragraphs under each corresponding section.

• References are not required for this assignment as you will use one of the assigned articles and your webtext.

4 • Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the student’s name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date.

Question 1609 Religion and Education

Read Chapter 13: Religion and Education Write at least 250 words about this topic. Post your word count at the end of your essay. Include APA citations and a reference to the textbook (no outside sources, please). Save your essay as a Word document and click on the Title above to upload it before the close of the week on Sunday. Assignment What elements of bureaucracy can you note from your
experience in school (examples from elementary through college are fine)? What would you do to make it less bureaucratic? Remember that journal responses must be informed by the material in Chapter 13. Include APA citations and a reference.

Question 1610 Social problems evaluation

social problems eval #7 Apply the social problems model to the documentary: Frontline: Sick Around the World. The documentary covers all four aspects of the social problems model. It is 56 minutes long and can be viewed for free here: PBS Frontline: Sick Around the World (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. PBS Frontline: Sick Around the World Your eval should be around 1 to 2 pages long. Include the different pieces of the model and a very brief discussion of what you thought of the different healthcare systems presented in the film. Make sure you reference your article. must watch hour long documentary and write paper based off that PBS Frontline: Sick Around the World (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.

Question 1611 Article Analysis

Williams, L. M. (2015). Beyond Enforcement: Welcomeness, Local Law Enforcement, and Immigrants. – ATTACHED. Please read William’s article and answer the following questions:

1)Does the author find support for her/their research purpose?

2)Can you detect a particular worldview in the author (s) research question, discussion, and conclusion? (This question asks you to apply your learning about
worldviews – Apply Creswell, Chapter 1- to this article-attached.)

3)Comment on whether you think the author’s/authors’ research question and findings are relevant to

1) the field of public administration, and

2) applicable to public administration in Western New York

Question 1612 Must watch 2 videos for a discussion

500 word min. Must watch these two videos “Queer Spawn” AND Love Is All You Need?” After watching the videos, what is “queer” about? What does it mean? How did the videos change your understanding? Must list sources

Question 1613 Sociology Discussion

500 words min. Dallas is the city you need to use which is located in the of Texas What are the connections between social capital and the physical and social well-being of community residents in your city? 3. You have described the inequalities in your city, now compare to New Orleans. Compare and contrast the social causes of the disaster, the concepts of environmental injustice and racism, and
the social and economic factors that will shape the long-term effects of Hurricane Katrina.

Question 1614 Service-Learning experience

At the end of the semester, you will submit a detailed formal essay/reflection of the SL that you completed. You must adhere to all APA criteria. Combine Parts 1, 2, & 3 along with an introduction and summary to compile your final service learning project report. A critical piece to the Service-Learning
experience is taking time to reflect and connect. This is your opportunity to compile the three components of your service learning project in a concise and cohesive manner. The idea is for you to synthesize your learning experience and demonstrate how you implemented content covered in the course. A minimum of 5 references and sources must be included in APA format. See Blackboard Learn
for Components of Final SL Project Report document.

Question 1615 How does social class affect the kinds of work-family challenges people experience

Prompt: How does social class affect the kinds of work-family challenges people experience? How are these challenges affected by gender, race, and the intersections between race and gender Using the readings from the textbook and blackboard, answer the following prompt. This post should be 750 words minimum and reference at least four readings from the course and one outside source. You need to use in-text citations and provide a reference list at the end. Citations need to be in APA style. book Wharton, A. (2015). Working in America: Continuity, conflict, and change in a new economic era (4th ed.). Boulder, CO: Paradigm Publishers.

Question 1616 Why is it Eichmann’s “banality” or stupidity so much worse than the monstrosity she (and the rest of the world) expected


1. You will answer THREE questions.

2. You can only pick ONE question per section. However, you MUST answer a question from section 5. Every other section is optional.


4. Cut and paste the questions of your choice and write the answer underneath it in Word or another word processing program. I prefer Word/ PDF format but if–for whatever reason–you must write your exam by hand, clearly scan your document and send it as a PDF.

5. I will grade this exam as if you spent 1.5hrs on it (30 minutes per question).

6. Write in full sentences but this is not an essay. I do not need an introduction, conclusion etc. Just answer the question.

7. Each response should be 300 words.


1. How did Arendt describe Eichmann? Why is it Eichmann’s “banality” or stupidity so much worse than the monstrosity she (and the rest of the world) expected?

2. How does racism work? How does stupidity manifest itself in terms of race? (use Charles W. Mills and/ or Nancy Tuana)

3. Several theorists argued that medicine has become a form of social power. Using at least one theorist, discuss the role of medicine in modern society.


1. Theodor Adorno and Max Horkheimer claimed the Enlightenment was “myth radicalized.” Explicate their critique of the Enlightenment.

2. Explicate Parson’s concept of “institutionalization” and explain how people are
motivated to act in a way that is favorable to society.

3. What are “manifest” and “latent” functions? Which one should sociologists look at and why does sociology need that distinction to begin with?


1. According to Goffman, individuals have a “self.” This “self” is mutilated or curtailed by total institutions. How do total institutions work on the self?

2. According to Mills, what is the “sociological imagination”?

3. What is a cyborg? What does it say about the relationship between humans and technology?


1. Using two theorists (Parsons and Merton), define “deviance” or “strain.” What is cause of deviance/ strain?

2. According to Louis Althusser, there are two types of ideological apparatuses. A. What are they? B. How does Althusser define ideology (you must include a discussion of “hailing” and “interpellation”)?

3. What were the causes of Hurricane Katrina? (You must discuss the
notion of “agency”)

Question 1617 Gathering material

The overviews are to cover the reading from our texts that week. Identify what you believe are the major key themes and highlights of each week’s reading, and write a 250-500-word synopsis. A 1-2-page essay will not be able to cover everything from that week’s reading; it is your job to make choices in what you think are the most important themes from the chapter(s). Also, excellent responses will include the practical uses of the week’s reading. (I am not looking for each term to be defined; instead, tell me what it is worthy to know these things!) I will attach the remaining photos after hiring.

Question 1618 A Bloody Sunday in Brentwood

Understanding School Violence -1 PAGE ONLY – School is a place of growth before a person steps into the uncertainties of adulthood. However, for a few individuals school is a stressful, negative environment, which may result in them becoming violent. In terms of student victimization, the United States does not have the highest rate of violence compared with other nations. Although US schools are occasionally sites of horrific attacks, on a day-to-day basis, US public schools appear about as safe (or unsafe) as those in other nations. The impact of widespread coverage of these violent incidents is difficult to measure, but surveys of student and teacher concerns show a pervasive pattern of fear of
violence. School violence has been a topic of national concern throughout the past decade as the public has repeatedly witnessed horrifying shooting incidents in US public schools.

When studying violence in schools, it is important to consider both offenders and victims. Many studies have found a positive relationship between physical abuse and suicide. In light of these factors, it is important for you to understand the impact of violence in schools on victims, their families, and the public. Task: Use the textbook readings, the Argosy University online library, and any other outside sources to research school shootings and select a school-shooting incident. Submission Details: By the due date assigned, in a minimum of 250 wordS. Provide a summary of the school-shooting incident you selected. Describe any risk factors and warning signs that were present in the case prior to the violent act. Identify the security measures that, had they been implemented prior to the tragedy, might have either prevented or lessened the casualties. Give your reasoning.

A Bloody Sunday in Brentwood – 3 PAGES ONLY- Here’s What Happened . . . The chief of police in Centervale is becoming more concerned with victims’ rights. He worries that law enforcement officers do not have enough real-world opportunities to review cases of victimology. As practice, you and your fellow officers have been asked to evaluate the Nicole Simpson case from the time she first reported intimate violence by O. J. Simpson to the time of her death. Assess from a victimology standpoint and under the assumption that O. J. Simpson was the perpetrator of the murder. Here’s What You Need to Do . . . Using APA-formatted in-text citations and external sources that are referred to on a corresponding reference page, prepare a report on the Simpson case, evaluate what resources could have been used to prevent the murder, and then suggest improvements. Your report should include the following: In the recent decades, we have seen stalking laws, as well as intimate partner-violence laws, undergo vast improvements due to more awareness and education for those who make, enforce, and interpret laws.

Make a flowchart that identifies these critical stages in the laws for stalking and intimate violence. Research the laws, policies and procedures, and operational techniques pertaining to victims’ rights and victim protection. Compare and contrast your research with the processes found in the Simpson case. What can you recommend to law enforcement officers to prevent similar results in future cases? Analyze and interpret statistical data using basic research methods. Illustrate any correlations between stalking, intimate violence, and homicide. How can you compare your findings with the facts of the Simpson case? Apply the victimology or criminology theory, or theories that best fits this case. Express your reasoning for your comparison of comparison of the victimology v. criminological theory. Research lethality or danger assessments used by law enforcement agencies and victim advocacy centers. Describe what the assessments are used for. What facts can you select to show the lethality signs that were present before Nicole’s murder? Create your own lethality or
danger assessment containing at least five questions that you feel would be the most relevant questions to ask a victim in a dangerous intimate relationship in order to assist in determining the threat level of the partner. Describe your reasoning in your concluding remarks.

Question 1619 Human Services Organizations as Systems

For this Assignment, consider how administrators of human services organizations may apply systems theory in their work. Also, consider what you have discovered about the roles of leadership and management and how these contribute to an organization’s overall functioning. Assignment (2–3 pages
in APA format): Explain how systems theory can help administrators understand the relationships between human services organizations and their environments. Provide specific examples of ways administrators might apply systems theory to their work. Finally, explain how leadership and management roles within human services organizations contribute to their overall functioning.

Question 1620 Crime Prevention

: Victims’ Rights and the Dos and Don’ts of Interviewing Crime Victims – 1 PAGE- You are a police investigator in Centervale. Recently, there have been complaints from prosecutors, as well as several victims, about the interview techniques used by law enforcement (both first responders and investigators). The prosecution is losing cases because of inadmissible statements made to law enforcement by victims and witnesses in response to improper questioning. Because of their bad
experiences early in the investigations, some victims refuse to come to court and testify. There are continuous complaints by victim services specialists that first responders do not provide victims with all their rights as governed by law. The chief of police in Centervale is concerned about lawsuits and unsatisfied victims and asks you, one of the most experienced detectives of the Centervale Police
Department, to attend patrol briefings and train officers in some dos and don’ts of interviewing victims of crime, especially women and children. You are also asked to go over some of the most important victims’ rights that could cause the most legal trouble if not followed properly by the Centervale Police Department. You realize that a proper interviewing lesson could take eight to sixteen hours, and you know law enforcement must strictly follow numerous victims’ rights, but you have been given only fifteen to twenty minutes in which to teach, what you feel is the most important information. Submission Details: By the due date assigned, in a minimum of 250 words, post to the Discussion Area your responses to the following: Identify and describe the training information you feel would be most important, if you had only ten minutes to teach law enforcement officers about: Interviewing women and children Crime victims’ rights Give your reasoning for the training information that you identified as most important for both training programs.

2: Crime Prevention – 2 PAGES – The property crime rate in Centervale has increased by 50% in the past five years. The citizens have been complaining about the rise in property crimes and nothing being done about it.  The Centerville City Council approves a new position of Crime Analyst for the Centerville Police Department. Your application is accepted, and your
interview date and time are set. You have been asked to prepare a written document containing a crime prevention strategy that you feel would make a big difference in the city’s crime rate. Task: Use the textbook readings, the Argosy University online library, and any other outside sources to prepare a 2–3-
page report. In your report: Explain a proactive crime prevention strategy that will most likely substantially decrease victimization in Centerville for all types of crimes, specifically property crimes. Analyze and explain the victimology theory from your prior readings that best fits your strategy and explain how. Also, include which crime victim theory best fits crimes on campus. Explain how the crime rate is determined and define the dark figure of crime. Include an APA-formatted reference page that links back to your in-text citations and supports your recommendations. Remember, you cannot have only in-text citations or only references. You must have both because in-text citations and references
link to each other.

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