Preventing Juvenile and School Crime Topic: Preventing Juvenile and School Crime Read Gottfredson, D. (n.d.). School Based Crime Prevention: Preventing Crime: What works, what doesn’t, what’s promising. National Institute of Justice. Retrieved from http://www.ncjrs.gov/works/chapter5.htm What are four initiatives used to prevent juvenile and school crime? Give some examples of these strategies and how they work.
Crime Prevention Program Construct a Crime Prevention Program: Part 1 This week’s Assignment is the first of a two-part project. The second part of this project will be completed in Unit 9. Preview the Unit 9 Project: Construct a Crime Prevention Program: Part 2 before beginning this week’s Assignment. For this project, you will assume the role of a social science researcher in charge of developing a new crime prevention program targeted toward juveniles in the K–12 school system. Review current crime prevention programs that target juveniles and adults. There are several crime prevention programs that are designed for adults […]
Employment Law “Employment Law” Please respond to the following: From the e-Activity, examine the effectiveness of the two (2) employment law that you deem to be the most influential. Support your response with two(2) current case involving the chosen law. From the e-Activity, select two (2) negative or adverse cases filed against any organization. Then, decide on a better method that the organization could have used to prevent the negative or adverse outcome. Explain the rationale for your described method.
Species Interactions and You Humans interact with various species every day without actually realizing it. In the field of ecology, these interactions can either be interspecific (between species) or intraspecific (within species). Interactions between humans are known as intraspecific (within species) interactions. For example, interactions between a human and a pet would be interspecific, whereas interactions between a human and another human would be intraspecific. Research interspecific and intraspecific interactions using the module readings, the Argosy University online library resources, and the Internet. This assignment has two parts. Complete both parts. Part A Complete the following: Track your interactions with […]
Environmental Issues and the Industrial Revolution The Industrial Revolution, which began in the eighteenth century, has had an ongoing influence on society as well as the relationship between humans and their environment. With the onset of industrialization came the drastic increase in urbanization, setting up of factories in places which were once biomes, and the rapid development of land. All this occurred without assessing the long-term impact to the environment. Recognizing the importance of the Industrial Revolution era and the ongoing impact it has had on the environment is essential to learning how to help the environment and correct the […]
Phil Zimbardo’s Stanford Prison Experiment (SPE) Phil Zimbardo’s Stanford Prison Experiment (SPE) is one of the most famous studies in social psychology. In this study, young men were put into a prison simulation, randomly assigned to the role of prisoners or guards. What happened over the course of the experiment ignited controversy and raised important questions about the power of the situation to shape our behaviors. · Watch the documentary describing the research: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hIUlBrvqyyo · Read about the study on the official website: http://www.prisonexp.org/ Your Assignment: Choose two of the external factors that affect reasoning that you believe can help […]
outlook for future business and strategy Outlook For The Future Before writing, think about some of the key attributing variables that are causing managers roles to change. BE cognizant of two factors. First, that the business environment is in constant change and new circumstances will require new strategies and new approaches to implementing those strategies. Second, that strategic management is a young subject that is still in its early stages of development. Finding solutions to familiar and new business problems will require openness to new ideas, new concepts, and new approaches to strategy formulation and implementation. Now, in your discussion […]
Technology as Politics and Culture For your first essay, please write a two- to three-page (600-900 word) response to the following question: In “I’d Hammer Out Freedom: Technology as Politics and Culture” (pp. 69-77), Richard Sclove argues that we should do more to acknowledge technology’s ‘polypotency.’ What does this term mean, why does Sclove think that it is important to acknowledge this characteristic of technology? Do you agree with Sclove that technology has this characteristic? Why or why not? If you agree that technology is polypotent, do you agree with Sclove that it is important that we address this fact […]
Visually Depicting Epistemology Visually Depicting Epistemology (Create a Visual Aid about Epistemology) Descartes eventually gives up his hyperbolic doubt (his game of feigned and extreme skepticism) and admits that there are real external objects in the world and that other people even exist. But, even though he admits that primary qualities (such as height, weight, length, mass, and anything else that can be measured mathematically) actually exist in the object, he never concedes that secondary qualities (such as color, smell, taste, shape, and anything else that can change or can be misinterpreted by the senses) exist in an object. Instead, […]