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Prisons and Justice System

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Answer the following questions.

What does the word "terrorist" mean to you? What do you associate with the word "terrorism"? Do not racially or religiously profile a group of people.

Watch this video.

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Does how you think about terrorist and terrorism at all align with how the term "terrorism" is applied in the video? Why or why not?

Respond to the video above in 25+ words.

Please watch video below and respond in 75+ words.

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Watch the video below and respond in 75+ words.

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Watch the video below and respond in 75+ words.

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Watch the video below and respond in 75+ words.

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Domestic Violence

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Questions to answer:

How do we generally stereotype victims of domestic abuse? They're what?

What are common questions that we ask about domestic abuse victims?

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nkostas
School: Boston College

Attached is the first part of the assignment

Running head: PRISONS AND JUSTICE SYSTEM

Prisons and Justice System
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Institution
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PRISONS AND JUSTICE SYSTEM

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What is terrorism?

The word terrorist means an individual that uses criminal violence and intimidation
against civilians or a select group of people to push for their political, religious or social desires
(Saul, 2008). For instance, when a group of people decide to kill civilians of a given population
to achieve their political, social or religious demands. As such, the word terrorism can be
commonly associated with a select group of people who kill civilians to gain mileage in
international politics.
In most common cases, people think of terrorism as violent acts that are selfish and
unreasonable like killing people because they do not support a given political ideology (Saul,
2008). However, in this video terrorism has been used differently since the speaker claims that it
has been extended to activism and so, activism has been translated activism as an act of terror
when it is causing loss of profits.
The U.S. prison system
From the video, the speaker has revealed that the government has created prisons called
Communications Management Units (CMU) (Potter, 2014). The surprising factor regarding these
CMUs is that the prisoners are not fairly treated like the other prisoners. Their phone calls,
family visits, and letters are restricted. From the speech, there is evidence that the classification
of individuals as terrorists is being misused to have people disproportionately punished (Potter,
2014). The CMUs are a means used by the government to punish those they see as a threat based
on their political ideologies. Moreover, it is true that the classification of people as terrorists has
been changed in a manner that it has become biased. Being that some of the people in the CMUs
are political activists who have been con...

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