By: Ian Loft
It can be argued that criminality is subjective in that what is considered legal and acceptable within one system of laws can be a capital offence under another.Consider most nations where Islamic law prevails where attempting to promote an alternative system of faith is...
Political crime explained
By: Krystle Hernandez
Political crime is a phenomenon in American society. Although there may be some politicians who work hard to support public interests, generally speaking, most average Americans feel that politicians are dishonest and corrupt.While political crimes come in a variety of forms, all involve politically...
By: Blaize Shepherd
How a person becomes a criminal is based on many different events that individual encounters in their life. At the moment they encounter the opportunity to perform a criminal act, whether or not they actually act it out is based only on what level their...
By: Karen Zortman-Loos
I guess doing the crime, and doing the time doesn't mean a thing, if you don't have that bling? Hmm! These days people are being more creative with their ideas for keeping their kids clothed. They are even helping them get into the family business...
If and why we fear death
By: Michael Green
I don't know that anyone really fears death. More than anything, I think we fear the cessation of life as we know it here on earth-if that makes any sense. Being of the Christian faith, I believe in death; but also of an everlasting life...
Lucid dreaming explained
By: Saphira Xenno
I have recently found a point of fascination in a division of the science of sleep called lucid dreaming. What makes lucid dreaming so strange is that it changes, somewhat, the way how we think of dreaming. Not many people are capable of initiating or...
Corporate crime explained
By: Krystle Hernandez
The cultural phenomenon known as "corporate crime" is extremely complex and multi-layered. Although there are various forms of corporate crimes, all are committed either corporations or individuals that work within corporations. In an attempt to comprehensively define corporate crime, one must examine the various forms...
The role of the criminologist
By: Krystle Hernandez
The role of the criminologist is very complex. This profession offers individuals an opportunity to delve into a variety of different fields. Essentially, a criminologist is someone who studies criminal behavior, various kinds of crimes and their causes, and cultural reactions to these varying crimes...
By: Allen Teal
A criminal is someone who commit a crime. The person must be found guilty of committing the crime to have the legal label of criminal. The application of this simple description is not so easy. If every crime was prosecuted, most of society would be...
What is a criminal?
By: Carol Dunn - 462065
What is a criminal? Most of us don't want to hear the true answer to that question. Lawbreaker, malefactor, offender, any way you spell it, a person who has committed a crime is a criminal. Perhaps we think of hardened criminals as real criminals: burglars...

 

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