How people become criminals
By: Joseph Malek
About two thousand years ago Jesus Christ walked the Earth and was of the opinion that all human beings were sinners. I myself wonder if there are any living people today that have not violated one or more of God's "Ten Commandments."The question here...
Crime: Shared responsibility vs individual responsibility
By: Kubla Khan
Crime is a relatively new invention. For most of human existence, we have lived in tribes which were governed by cultural beliefs of moral and immoral behavior. A culture is a set of teachings passed on through the generations. In the tribal setting, culture is...
By: Janet Grischy
Not everyone is, but the majority of people are loyal to their family. It may be genetic, it may be habit, but the loyalty is there. Similarly, however much someone may dislike their boss, there is still loyalty to work itself, and a sense of...
Overcrowded prisons: Analysis and solutions
By: Tara Rijon
A federal judge recently ordered the state of California to reduce their prison inmate population by 57,000. That would require a release of nearly one third of the inmates currently incarcerated. As of December 31, 2007 there were 2,293,157 people incarcerated throughout...
Organized crime vs individual crime
By: Matthew Pownall
One can not be involved in organized crime without first being an individual with a criminal mind. Organized crime would not exist if it were not for the individual criminal mind coming together with another and so forth. To have a criminal mind then the...
The role of the criminologist
By: Olivia Kay
Do you find yourself asking the question "why?" frequently? Do you like to search for answers, make connections, and uncover the truth? If so, a career in criminology may intrigue you. Give me a moment to tell you exactly what a criminologist does.Criminologists...
Organized crime vs individual crime
By: James Fitzgerald
"You can get much farther with a kind word and a gun than you can with a kind word alone." Al Capone"Behind every great fortune, there is a crime." Charles Lucky' LucianoTwenty years as a policeman is bound to blur the edges of...
How values are linked to crime
By: Karen Moore
We have to concede that even criminals have values albeit their own. Values or morals, what is viewed as right and wrong are within everyone even criminals. Many criminology theories look at the differences between those who commit crime and those who don't. The neutralization...
Why some drivers apply bumper stickers to their cars
By: Cody Hodge
When you need a solid vehicle for your message, why not put your message on a vehicle? In the world of advertising, there is no space that won't be used as a means for promoting a message. The more spots you can find for your...
Law and the criminal: An analysis
By: Karen Moore
There lies a close parallel between law and the criminal in a democratic society. The power of the people to impact laws and have a voice in what the government determines as illegal behavior, often comes from what criminals are doing. In essence the law...

 

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