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M4 - Capstone Milestone Research Methodology For your capstone project, you will be explaining your research methodology. This section describes the process of how you retrieved the research for your capstone topic. Submit a draft of the research methodology section. You should include the following: • • • • Explain the types of academic disciplines, which might include the study of your topic (e.g. medicine, history, psychology, sociology, literature, religion, etc.) Explain at least one organization associated with your topic and provide pertinent contact information. Include 2 to 3 sentences that explain how your organization relates to your topic. Identify the most important databases and other periodical indexes and explain why they are important to your topic. Identify at least one source of statistical information associated with your topic. Write a 2-3 sentence explanation as to how it relates to your topic. Please give a SOURCE for statistics, not a statistic. Assessment Mechanics • • • • 12-font, double-space, 1" margins. Length - a minimum of 4 paragraphs in length. A paragraph is defined as 5-7 sentences. No title page but include your name, and date at the top of page 1 Include your last name in the file name of the assignment and upload here. Capstone Milestones • Milestones are graded on a scale of 1-10 and account for a small percentage of your final grade. They are used to offer a mechanism to mark your progress and to allow your instructor to provide structured feedback. 1 Michael E. Russell BAC 1010 M4 Capstone March 30, 2017 Death Penalty The Death penalty is a controversial capital punishment which is given against a crime usually involving murder. There are several good arguments for and against capital punishment. The argument against the death penalty include that even though it's a punishment for a murder, it won't hurt to punish the murderer with a less harsh sentence and the exorbitant costs associated with the process. Research will address the costs and affect capital punishment has on crime. The primary research question is: Is the death penalty an effective tool in fighting crime? The secondary research questions include: ● Is there a link between executions and reduced murder rates? ● What are the costs to incarcerate inmates awaiting execution? ● How many executions are conducted each year in comparison to murder committed? ● Is the death penalty inherently unfair and racially biased? The point of this research is to show that capital punishment is cost prohibitive and is no more effective in deterring others from committing crimes then sentencing them to life sentences. Literature/Critical review Dieter, R. (2009) Smart on Crime: Reconsidering the Death Penalty in a Time of Economic Crisis. Retrieved from Http://www.deathpenaltyinfo.org/documents/CostsRptFinal.pdf 2 Death Penalty Information Center is a national non-profit organization that provides comprehensive data, reports and discussions on all matters surrounding the death penalty for those working on the issue of the death penalty. The information produces reports on issues including but not limited to costs, innocence, race, crime deterrence, method of execution, juveniles and public opinion of the death penalty. Smart on Crime: Reconsidering the Death Penalty in a Time of Economic Crisis (Dieter, 2009) analyzes the costs of the death penalty and why. The views on the death penalty from a law enforcement perspective and the effectiveness of the death penalty as a crime deterrent. The Author concludes that the cost of the death penalty is fiscally irresponsible, does not have the majority support from Police Chiefs, deterrence on crime is not credible and Justice can be achieved more efficiently without the death penalty. This report contains 4 pages of references and legal precedence. Macci, D (2016, Nov, 11) 5-facts-about-the-death-penalty. http://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2016/11/14 The Pew Research Center is a non-biased, nonpartisan "fact tank", based in Washington, D.C. that provides information on social issues, public opinion, and demographic trends shaping the United States and the world. 5 Facts About the Death Penalty. (Masci, 2016). Is a very informative article authored by David Masci, a senior writer/editor at Pew Research Center. Masci discusses support for the death penalty, the decline of death row executions, the ratio of executions in the United States, doubts on how the death penalty is applied and whether it deters serious crime and the racial and gender divides in opinion on the death penalty. The information appears unbiased and provided facts and statics to support its findings. ...
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BAC 1010 M4 Capstone
Methodology
This study will use different qualitative methods of data collection and analysis in order
to come up with precise and conclusive research. The methods that shall be used include library
research through books which are available in the libraries and websites such as U.S. Legal
research databases and State Legislative websites. These resources will be used in providing the
information required in exploring the topic, however, they will be applied differently. The
textbook resources shall be used in obtaining the background information and the originality of
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