How will better communication between law enforcement and members of the urban community affect police targeting?

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Literature Review Revision—100 points

Assignment:

Using the literature review you submitted for Part 1 of this assignment, revise according to

the remarks provided for you on the rubric and throughout the text of the document.

Closely follow the criteria as described on the rubric, and as follows.

Guidelines:

It should be between 6-8 pages, or more (

excluding

the title page and references

page)

It

should not

be a recitation of your sources.

It should be a synthesis of available research on your topic, and an analysis of how

your research will build on that which has already been researched.

It should use 10 sources to shed relevant light on your research objective/claim.

It should include at least one research question and/or one hypothesis.

Grading:

How well literature review addresses research objective/claim

Number/quality of sources (minimum of 10 academic sources).

How well sources cover topic area.

How well literature review provides a synthesis of information.

Formatting/page length/overall organization.

Writing style/grammar/spelling/professionalism of paper.

APA style in-text and in reference section.

Paraphrasing according to VeriCite

How well feedback has been taken into account for improvement

**Remember:

Your literature review revision MUST be submitted to “VeriCite” by the

deadline as posted on Canvas. If you do not submit your assignment to “VeriCite”, your

paper will not be graded and you will receive a “zero” grade.

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DrElizaM
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Hey buddy please i have just finished. Grammar check is ok, All the spelling corrections corrected by the Instructor have been corrected, the whole document is Times New roman Font 12 Double spaced without any additional space and lastly some citations have been corrected/modifies and synthesis of the document according to the instructions have been taken care of. please take a look and in case you feel you need to modify anything just let me know. Other wise thank you and goodbye.

Running header: LITERATURE REVIEW

Literature Review
Ambrose Jackson III
Communications Studies
The University of North Carolina at Charlotte

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LITERATURE REVIEW

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Literature Review

In the United States, there is a surplus on minority males locked away in either jail or
prison. Minority males are targeted by law enforcement because of different stigma and/or
stereotypes that plague men of these communities. I am researching the statistics of minority
males in the prison system and why trained law enforcement officers are so affected by these
stereotypes and stigmas. This mass incarceration of minority males has affected the social makeup of our country and destroyed families. Through my research, I hope to find ways to improve
upon these truths whether that be from better training or better education on behalf of law
enforcement and the judicial system.
Mass Incarceration
Racial discrimination has been a problem in the United States since this country was
established. Over the years it had moved from slavery to Jim Crow segregation, to the integration
of all things except the judiciary system. The risks of being incarcerated or even coming in
contact with the criminal justice system are highly affected by race and social class (Sykes, 2015).
Since the integration of our country, minorities have had a challenge into believing they are not
part of us. These follow increment of unjustified killings of harmless African-American males in
the society (Hall et al 2016). This makes people that make up these communities to feel as though
they are a target hence creating division between urban community residents and their local law
enforcement. Stigmatization over minority males in the United States still exists where they are
perceived to be less innocent in contrast to their white counterparts. Racial legislation passed in
the 1960's promised greater racial equality among other things but what it did not fix the issue of
exclusion which affected the impact that these legislations acts had (Hall, 2016).
Mass incarceration was another way of excluding minorities from society and by 2012;
close 2.2 million men and women were either in local, state, or federal correction facilities with

LITERATURE REVIEW

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4.8 million people were under some type of criminal justice supervision (Sykes, 2015). In 2008,
10 percent of all A...

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Tutor went the extra mile to help me with this essay. Citations were a bit shaky but I appreciated how well he handled APA styles and how ok he was to change them even though I didnt specify. Got a B+ which is believable and acceptable.

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