Social Media forensic psychology paper

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Find a documentary, movie, extended printed article, exposé, or editorial dealing with any issue(s) covered in this course that you find interesting, contentious, inaccurate, and or misleading. The media source can be a ‘classic’ or recent but should be either Canadian or applicable within a Canadian context and may be found in the library or on YouTube or other documentary/media websites (media should be 20-90 minutes in length). You cannot use any media listed in the course readings. Your assignment needs to examine (at least) 3 components. First, provide a description of your article or video source. What does it address or what issues are examined (~5%). Second, how is (and when is) your article or video relevant or applicable to the forensic psychology course you are taking and provide a critique – e.g., how accurate is the content, is the use of terminology appropriate, is there any important information missing and should have been included or considered, etc. (~5%). Finally, how does your article or video relate to the professional (i.e., peer reviewed) literature in forensic psychology. You need to incorporate information (i.e., theoretical perspectives) from the course or other professional sources (articles, cases, and or research) to substantiate the relevance and usefulness of your article or video within the course and forensic psychology (i.e., how does it contribute to the learning of forensic psychology?) (~15%). Your assessment must be well grounded in the literature – be sure to do your research and cite relevant sources. You need to attach a copy of the first page of every reference article you used in your assessment (minimum 7 peer reviewed articles).

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