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Hello, i will post the topic and guidelines for the paper.

Hello, I will post the topic and guidelines for the paper.
So, I need 2 paragraphs on the topic, and I also 1 paragraph of writing ideas from one of my classmates’ writing. So, I will attach the files for the topic and guidelines for the paper and also one of my classmates’ writing as well. I appreciate your service and if you have any questions, please let me know!

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Formulate a criminal justice capstone research project by constructing a thesis, analyzing the relationship of the thesis to the student’s concentration outcomes and selecting appropriate scholarly resources in support of the thesis.

Formulate a criminal justice capstone research project by constructing a thesis, analyzing the relationship of the thesis to the student’s concentration outcomes and selecting appropriate scholarly resources in support of the thesis.

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Compare the advantages and disadvantages of techint vs. humint in relation to today’s state adversaries, like china, russia, north korea, and iran.

Compare the advantages and disadvantages of TECHINT vs. HUMINT in relation to today’s state adversaries, like China, Russia, North Korea, and Iran. In chart form, describe the degree (percentage) of each INT that should be applied to each adversary, with short narratives justifying your percentages.

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I have attached a file with directions and access to the digital text this is a

I have attached a file with directions and access to the digital text this is a PhD course and must be written in APA 7 edition there must be biblical references also included and the paper should be written in a conservative pro American view.

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Describe 2 examples in the field of criminal justice where the analysis of the association between categorical (nominal) variables could be useful.

Describe 2 examples in the field of criminal justice where the analysis of the association between categorical (nominal) variables could be useful.
Identify and explain possible null and alternative hypotheses for your examples.
How could the chi-square test method assist in your research?

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In the mask you live in, byron hurt points out that the hyper-masculinity and hyper-violence in hollywood movies are reflected in other forms of media as well.

These are questions about the powerpoint on media violence and the documentary The Mask You Live In. Previously, we were set to view “Tough Guise,” but the video would not work on kanopy.
You will either work on your own and write a reflection or partner with one person to record a ten minute audio or with two partners for a fifteen minute audio. You will need to find your own partners if you wish to collaborate for this assignment.
Pick at least 6 that interest you the most to reflect on or discuss in details. Be sure to review the powerpoint and the documentary first. Your comments should show ideas and examples drawn from the powerpoint and documentary. It’s important to consider and respond specifically to materials from the module as opposed to having a random conversation about the topics. Work to answer all the subparts of your chosen questions.
The questions to consider for reflection include:
1. How do you think violence in the media has affected you? How do you feel about exposing your own children or young siblings or other small kids to the same kind of media violence? Do you think it affects them? Discuss what you learned in the PowerPoint and documentary about this.
2. In The Mask You Live In, Joe Ehrmann says that boys and men are taught to measure success in terms of three things: athletic ability, economic
wealth, and sexual conquests. He calls these the three lies of masculinity. Does having these things make a person masculine? Why or why not? Can a person be masculine without having these things?
3. How are girls and women who have athletic ability, economic wealth, and sexual conquests viewed in our society? How are girls and women taught to measure their success? What would be the three lies of femininity?
4. What happens when people believe these lies about masculinity and femininity? What are the costs and benefits for individuals? For
society? What are some other ways to measure success?
5. Do you feel various cultures in the US and elsewhere are opening up, that people are becoming more willing to embrace more men that go against the traditional masculine type? If so, why do you think this is happening? If not, why not? Are younger generations of Americans different today from older generations in their view of masculinity and femininity? If so, how and why has this happened? Whatճ different now? If not, how and why have things essentially stayed the same? How do you think these ideas can vary across cultural, racial, ethnic, geographic or religious groups?
6. If the glamorization of violence by media and other parts of our culture sometimes inspires actual violence, why is it that girls and women who are surrounded by the same media environment are so much less likely than boys and men to commit violence? Given that media glamorize violence (something those in the industry admit as a problem themselves), and assuming that this glamorization can lead males, in particular, to commit violent acts, why is it that most males exposed to the this imagery do not commit acts of violence?
7. What is the difference between *individual* boys and men thinking critically about their attitudes and behaviors, and *institutional* change that allows more diversity and flexibility in men’s lives, relationships, and work and family responsibilities? Cite examples of each.
8. In The Mask You Live In, Byron Hurt points out that the hyper-masculinity and hyper-violence in Hollywood movies are reflected in other forms of
media as well. For instance, an emphasis on hyper-masculinity– particularly patriarchal values, conventional gender roles, and heteronormativity – and hyperviolence are also prevalent in contemporary music forms such as country, rap, and heavy metal. What other forms of media serve to perpetuate hyper-masculinity and hyperviolence?
9. “Entitled” means – Believing oneself to be inherently deserving of privileges or special treatment
• In your opinion, why are boys more likely than girls to feel entitled to power?
• How might this sense of entitlement be harmful to boys and those around them?
• How might this sense of entitlement be linked to violence, especially domestic and intimate partner violence, where boys and men seek retribution when they don’t get something they believe they deserve (e.g., respect, a job, a romantic or sexual partner, etc.)?

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Depicted in this case.

-should discuss the elements of crime and recognize the origins of criminal behavior
depicted in this case. Using two different views of crime and two different explanations of crime
in the context of different criminological schools of thought.

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I am caught by the law enforcement in china i do not have diplomatic immunity

I am a US citizen who travels to China, and while there, I committ a crime. (anything but a traffic violation)
I am caught by the law enforcement in China I do not have diplomatic immunity
Why was I was there?
In the paper I have to make my way through the criminal justice system of China.
How was I caught
Detainment
Rights
Court Process
Police process
Explain from first contact through arrest to the end of process Explain detention, incarceration process in China
Explain judicial process in China
How was I treated
Is there system effective or fair?

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Different deadly force mindsets…or just different agency policies ?

READ these descriiptions relating to appropriate use of deadly force:
Texas Penal Code Chapter 9; see “Subchapter E” (Section 9.51 paragraphs c, d, e, f, and g) regarding police officer use of force: https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/SOTWDocs/PE/htm/PE.9.htm
FBI police on deadly force (for FBI Agents, but is consistent with other Department of Justice federal agencies such as DEA, US Marshals Service and others as well as federal law enforcement agencies in other Departments of the US Government): https://www.fbi.gov/about/faqs/what-is-the-fbis-policy-on-the-use-of-deadly-force-by-its-special-agents
REVIEW these articles:
Different deadly force mindsets…or just different agency policies ? (focus on how different deadly force or other policies can cause a legal or policy conflict for an officer from another agency being assigned to a task force sponsored by federal agency, and his/her department policy conflicts with the task for agency policy he/she is assigned to): https://www.themarshallproject.org/2019/10/31/why-some-police-departments-are-leaving-federal-task-forces
Opinion Column – Fear and Use of Deadly Force (think about ones fear affects one’s view as a person or situation as a threat…which leads to deadly force under the policies…does one person’s framework of “fear” or threat differ from another person’s framework of “fear’ or threat when it comes to a decision to use deadly force legally?): https://www.themarshallproject.org/2019/05/01/can-understanding-fear-mitigate-police-violence
Implicit Bias (focus on the sections relating to how implict bias is formed and how to counteract it…recognizing that one’s unconcious implicit bias can frame how one assesses potential violence, an escalating situation, and/or use of deadly force): https://www.justice.gov/file/1437326/download

THINK about
The assumptions made by the authors, the Texas statute and FBI policy about use of deadly force, and your own sense of when it would be appropriate to use deadly force if you were a police officer (as in, would your personal standard be more limited than the statute or policy allows, or do the policy and statute provide enough flexibility for confrontations?) ..Is there clarity for law enforcement officers trying to be guided by the policies?
What about the subjective language in the statute and policy….words like “reasonably” and “believe” and “justified” and “necessary” and “imminent?” Are there advantages and challenges with those words?
Is there bias in any of the articles?
Any other analysis (not just opinions…but analysis of the issues and challenges and solutions, if any).
THEN, WRITE an essay relating to the articles, noting the below:
Important – this is an exercise in “critical thinking,” where you compare and contrast differing author viewpoints, examing their points, see if there is any gaps in their thinking, and examine the conclusions they make. You may have an opinion (and if you MUST you may decide to make a final comment at the end of your essay expressing it – you won’t gain or lose credit for that)…but this essay should focus on your analysis of the points being made and how they relate to the other readings for this unit. There is a difference between disagreeing with an author’s position or relfecting/expressing your own rather than finding faults in the author’s analysis and conclusions based on objective examination! (You may even agree with a author’s conclusion, but decide the author arrived at it wrong or missed something !!!!)
You must read all 3 articles and in some way refer to or incorporate ALL of them into your essay, but your essay will focus primarily on one of the articles.
Spend some serious time thinking about what you have read and your analysis and reaction to each piece….make notes and plan your answer before you begin writing. Again, don’t just say “I agree with this” or “that,” or give broad opinions generally about what you believe are injustices in the world or your community.
Focus on the articles and statutes/policy.
Guidance for length is 3 pages at a minimum (excluding title and sources pages), and make sure to give proper credit for work that is not your own (quotes, etc) using APA format for citation. Submit your essay in a Word document by clicking on the assignment title above.

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What turning points did you experience that led to where you are today.

1. Examine your personal life course. What turning points did you experience that led to where you are today. As part of this response please identify a criminological theory which best helps describe and or explain your unique experiences.
2. Keeping labeling theory in mind, does sex registration (of convicted sex offenders) serve the public interests, and or does this labeling process do more harm than good? Fully explain and defend your views.