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“Courtroom 302” by Steve Bogira
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A 5 page paper which examines Steve Bogira’s work “Courtroom 302” and discusses how his work demonstrates the justice system and how that justice system does not really seek justice. No additional sources cited.
Filename: RAcr302.rtf

“Dead Man Out”: Governmental Structure and Mental Illness in the Movie Starring Danny Glover and Ruben Blades
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A 5 page discussion of the underlying societal and governmental factors interwoven in the complex plot of this movie. Blades is a convicted criminal who is serving time on death row. His execution has been delayed, however, due to his insanity. Danny Glover has been recruited as a psychiatrist to treat him. Glover has to not only employ his best clinical approaches but also come to the realization that, if he is successful in his efforts to restore this convict’s mental stability, Blades will face the electric chair. What ensues in the plot is a struggle between human emotions in the constraints of a cold and precise medical and legal arena. No additional sources are listed.
Filename: PPdeadMn.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.
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“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.
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“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.
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“Innocence Lost: The Verdict”: A Review of the PBS Film Documenting a Child Sexual Abuse Case in North Carolina
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A 5 page overview of the film. The author of this paper relates the major events of the film and compares it to the HBO docudrama “The McMartin Trial”. In each film the subject is the alleged sexual abuse of children. In “Innocence Lost” the accused, Robert Kelly is found guilty despite the existence of practically no hard evidence. In “The McMartin Trial” the members of the McMartin family are absolved of guilt. This paper emphasizes the relative worth of the documentary verses the docudrama format and concludes that while Kelly serves his consecutive life sentences in jail, the McMartin’s serve theirs in an environment in which they will never be able to fully escape societal suspicion and disdain despite their proclaimed innocence. No sources are listed.
Filename: PPinnoce.rtf


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