individual work week 1 Juvenile Justice - 1

Apr 26th, 2014
Price: $20 USD

Question description

Instructional Objectives for this activity:Determine how environmental and innate factors lead to delinquencies.

To prepare for this week's individual work, please complete the following:

Please consult local newspapers or "big city" newspapers (examples: New York Times, Miami Herald, Los Angeles Times, San Francisco Chronicle, Kansas City Star, etc.) to explore and examine the types and examples of juvenile delinquency or crime. Determine which social or environmental factors influence the type and extent of juvenile delinquency in the area or location you research.

This individual work assignment should be:

An in-depth submission free of spelling and grammar errors.An essay containing a minimum of 600-800 words.

You will be assessed on your scholarship, the rationale you use in addressing the questions/issue posted, and how well you justify your argument regarding this issue.

Your response must be thought provoking, have well developed ideas and/or opinions and must include in-text citations, and summarized material from the textbook, lecture/slideshow and the web.

Please remember to cite your sources with APA, with in-text citations, and at the end a separate reference list page.

For citation guidelines, please refer to the table in the APA Style section of the syllabus.

Save your document with a file name that includes your name, course code-section number, and title.

(For example: JaneSmith_CCJ2501-12_Week1.docx)

If you are not using Microsoft Word, save your document with the .rtf file extension (Rich Text Format).

To submit your Individual Work, go to the Dropbox and click "Submit Assignment."

Submit this document to the Week 1: Individual Work basket in the Dropbox.

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