By: Travis A. Spire
Crime costs us so much in many ways from financial burden to the terrible impact on our own sense of security. We trust in our government to protect us from the horrors of the world and every time a crime is committed we see how...
By: Kimberly Wells
Today I get to spend my time on the phone again. All my credit cards are finally canceled. Unfortunately the criminal who stole my purse was a bit quicker than I. $1,700.00 in charges made by someone other than me will have to...
How values are linked to crime
By: Jill Jacks
Core values come from our belief systems and our belief systems come from our experiences.It is the experiences of our lives that make up who and what we are. Most believe core values are developed in early childhood and if not taught correctly or...
How people become criminals
By: Jerry Curtis
Why one person becomes a criminal can probably be answered anecdotally. The criminal may have been abused as a child, grown up in economically depressed circumstances, or fell into bad company. He may suffer from sociopathic tendencies, or maybe the criminal is just plain evil...
How people become criminals
By: Tara Rijon
Life holds a different meaning to everyone, and the paths that we choose to take are just as varied as our opinions. The little girl that vowed (at the age of six) to become a lawyer, ends up becoming the wife of a mechanic and...
Understanding dissociative identity disorder
By: Patrick Okoro
Dissociative Identity DisorderDissociative identity disorder (DID) Is the new academic term for the condition commonly referred to as multiple personality disorder, this condition is a widely misunderstood illness,Dissociative identity disorder is a very controversial illness, it is listed in DSM-1V, so it is considered...
How people become criminals
By: Susan Overbey
How people become criminals is a matter of speculation and theory. There is no one explanation on why a person partakes in criminal activity and no tests that can conclude which people will eventually develop into criminals. However, many of the theories about the criminal...
By: Janet Grischy
History can change criminals to heroes. George Washington is a hero in the United States. In 1776 however, his rulers considered him a rebel and a political criminal. General Washington and his co-conspirators took good care to explain, in the Declaration of Independence, why they...
Crime as a family occupation
By: Joseph Malek
There are two kinds of family crime. One kind is that group of people who we all know as "The Mafia." That other group of crime committing families is, in fact, a direct blood related family.Then again, there are many areas within our...
How people become criminals
By: Tamaal Ghosh
Criminals - Design A Delinquent.The sensation-seeking media's identikit of criminals highlight perceived laziness, fecklessness, self-induced poverty and addictons, and vulnerability to violence (as perpetrator and victim) - a cartoon cornucopia of incompetece. After the mass media, need to pander to well-heeled advertising paymasters, not...

 

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