[Crim] Collective Efficacy and Crime

**Another set of notes for my criminology class.** Social Disorganization and the Urban ecology of Crime and Delinquency  First developed at UChicago in the 1920s and 30s Plotted out the residential location of youths who had been referred to juvenile court in diff areas in Chicago Grounded in a theory of urban ecology Important peoplePark and Burgess Urban ecology... Continue Reading →

Our Idiosyncratic Beliefs | July Study Piece Part 2: The “Orientals”

An Introduction With an insight on major themes of the detachment of public opinion through a psychological lens, we now take a look at the same motifs prevalent on the Eastern Front of World War II, specifically Japan. In the general time span of half a century, Japan has undergone a physical, spiritual, and cultural... Continue Reading →

Castigation or Correction: The Aftereffect of Our Prisons | A Research Paper

As history has progressed, mankind has had to develop factors that contributed specifically to the functionality of their society. One of the most prominent factors has been the addition of laws which set boundaries for the civilization as a whole. However, when laws are broken there must be some reinforcement that emphasizes the authority of... Continue Reading →

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This is an introductory article to a bigger topic. Here's the link to the other article whenever I have posted it. Introduction Today, we're going to talk about an increasingly common crime type in this digitised age. Swatting is a term coined to describe instances of false police reports that result in the forceful entering of... Continue Reading →

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