Gender Based Violence In India: An Analysis Of National Level Data For Theory, Research And Prevention, 2019 CUNY John Jay College
Gender Based Violence In India: An Analysis Of National Level Data For Theory, Research And Prevention, Dhanya Babu
Gender based violence is a human rights violation, both the causes and impacts of which crosses personal, societal and cultural boundaries. Various initiatives to address the problem of gender-based violence have resulted in many countries attempting to quantify the extent of such crimes. The purpose of this present study is to examine nature and extent of GBV in India for prevention policy actions. The National Crime Record Bureau (NCRB) of India publishes a consolidated list of reported crime happenings in the country every year. Recognizing gendered aspect of certain crimes, the NCRB maintains a separate chapter on incidences of crimes ...
Quorum Blockchain Stress Evaluation In Different Environments, 2019 CUNY John Jay College
Quorum Blockchain Stress Evaluation In Different Environments, Daniel P. Mera
In today’s world, the Blockchain technology is used for different purposes has brought an increment in the development of different Blockchain platforms, services, and utilities for storing data securely and efficiently. Quorum Blockchain, an Ethereum fork created by JPMorgan Chase, has placed itself in one of the widely used, efficient and trustful Blockchain platforms available today. Because of the importance which Quorum is contributing to the world, it is important to test and measure different aspects of the platform, not only to prove how efficient the software can be but as well as to have a clear view on ...
Christians And Pagans In The Sacred Nation, 2019 University of San Diego
Christians And Pagans In The Sacred Nation, Christopher J. Eberle
San Diego Law Review
Christopher J. Eberle’s contribution to the 2019 Editors’ Symposium: Pagans and Christians in the City.
Pagans, Christians, And Student Protesters, 2019 University of San Diego
Pagans, Christians, And Student Protesters, Stanley Fish
San Diego Law Review
Stanley Fish’s contribution to the 2019 Editors’ Symposium: Pagans and Christians in the City.
This Isn’T About You: A Comment On Smith’S Pagans And Christians In The City, 2019 University of San Diego
This Isn’T About You: A Comment On Smith’S Pagans And Christians In The City, Andrew Koppelman
San Diego Law Review
Andrew Koppelman’s contribution to the 2019 Editors’ Symposium: Pagans and Christians in the City.
Jews, Not Pagans, 2019 University of San Diego
Jews, Not Pagans, Richard Schragger, Micah Schwartzman
San Diego Law Review
Richard Schragger & Micah Schwartzman’s contribution to the 2019 Editors’ Symposium: Pagans and Christians in the City.
Stop, Question, And Frisk: A Tool Of Racial Control In New York City, 2019 CUNY John Jay College
Stop, Question, And Frisk: A Tool Of Racial Control In New York City, Justice D. Evans
Broken Windows policing through the utilization of Stop, Question, and Frisk has been widely used by the New York City Police Department (NYPD) since the 1990s, as guaranteed by landmark Supreme Court Case Terry v. Ohio (1968). As a result, hundreds of minority citizens have been the victim of routine stops for minor offenses through this aggressive police tactic. This study utilizes 2017 NYPD Stop, Question, and Frisk Data to determine whether broken windows policing, through stop, question, and frisk, operates as a mode of racial control for African Americans in New York City. Through the utilization of chi-square analyses ...
Public Authority And Private Prisons: How Private Prison Labor Contributes To National Employment Precarity, 2019 University of Puget Sound
Public Authority And Private Prisons: How Private Prison Labor Contributes To National Employment Precarity, Kaitlyn Oder
International Political Economy Theses
Private uses of prison labor are illegal internationally, and not without reason. A lack of public oversight and regulations of wages mean that prison labor is often exploited in exchange for increased profitability for private prisons and sometimes the private companies they contract with. This paper will explicate the ways in which private uses of prison labor contribute to wage and employment precarity and ultimately cost numerous non incarcerated low wage individuals in the United States their jobs and livelihoods. It offers potential policy solutions and paths forward for new research to better link the sociological and economic considerations of ...
Fight, Flight, And Free Will: How Knowledge Of Biopsychosocial Effects Of Trauma Influence Free Will Beliefs And Punishment For Juvenile And Adult Offenders, 2019 City University of New York (CUNY)
Fight, Flight, And Free Will: How Knowledge Of Biopsychosocial Effects Of Trauma Influence Free Will Beliefs And Punishment For Juvenile And Adult Offenders, Rachel Lazar
Justifications for punishment are generally grounded in retribution or consequentialism. Retribution presupposes a belief in free will, claiming that offenders freely and rationally choose to commit a criminal act, and are therefore deserving of punishment. Consequentialism does not necessitate a reliance on free will, and views punishment as means to a valuable end. In recent years, neuroscientific research has challenged the notion of free will, providing one pathway for a public shift away from retribution and towards consequentialism. However, methods by which to instill this doubt in laypeople are still being discovered. To date, no studies have attempted to instill ...
From The Voices Of Domestic Sex Trafficking Survivors: Experiences Of Complex Trauma & Posttraumatic Growth, 2019 University of Pennsylvania
From The Voices Of Domestic Sex Trafficking Survivors: Experiences Of Complex Trauma & Posttraumatic Growth, Heather R. Evans Dsw
Doctorate in Social Work (DSW) Dissertations
Human sex trafficking is an ongoing global rights violation formally recognized since 2000 through the Trafficking Victims Protection Act (Department of State Trafficking in Persons Report, 2016). Using ecological and trauma-informed lenses, this qualitative, retrospective study used participant-centered methods to explore identity, sexuality, relationships, and factors that facilitate/ hindered community reintegration for 15 adult female survivors. Interview transcripts, Photovoice captioned images, and focus groups were analyzed using multi-level conceptual and thematic coding. Participants identified with all aspects of complex trauma, including: dissociation, self-perception/identity, relations with others and systems of meaning. Key themes included losing and regaining power, shame, and ...
Terrorism In The 2020s: Examining The Global Threat Landscape, 2019 Missouri State University
Terrorism In The 2020s: Examining The Global Threat Landscape, Landon W. Swearngin
MSU Graduate Theses
This thesis uses quantitative and qualitative research methods to (1) explore the global trends and trajectories of terrorism, (2) identify emerging strategic challenges, and (3) outline an opportunity analysis for U.S. counterterrorism strategy. Collectively, this project provides a strategic forecast for terrorism in the 2020s, demonstrating that terrorism is becoming increasingly dangerous, dynamic, and difficult to defeat.
Reviewing The Literature On Staff Misconduct And Specific Responsivity, 2019 Cleveland State University
Reviewing The Literature On Staff Misconduct And Specific Responsivity, Ernest M. Oleksy
The Downtown Review
Incarceration is a trying time for inmates as they are punished for crimes they committed while free in society. Beyond the legitimate punishment of being imprisoned, inmates may face illegitimate punishment at the hands of prison staff, ranging from ridicule to physical and sexual violence. Apart from the obvious corruption and immorality involved in staff misconduct, such deviance can also result in a dampened responsivity to reentry programming efforts that strive to keep inmates out of prison. In this literature review, I investigate, summarize, and synthesize the corpus that is relevant to how staff misconduct can be a negative specific ...
Forensic Analysis Of Spy Applications In Android Devices, 2019 Sam Houston State University
Forensic Analysis Of Spy Applications In Android Devices, Shinelle Hutchinson, Umit Karabiyik
Annual ADFSL Conference on Digital Forensics, Security and Law
Smartphones with Google's Android operating system are becoming more and more popular each year, and with this increased user base, comes increased opportunities to collect more of these users' private data. There have been several instances of malware being made available via the Google Play Store, which is one of the predominant means for users to download applications. One effective way of collecting users' private data is by using Android Spyware. In this paper, we conduct a forensic analysis of a malicious Android spyware application and present our findings. We also highlight what information the application accesses and what ...
Furman V. Georgia And The Supreme Court's Failure To Apply It, 2019 University of Pennsylvania
Furman V. Georgia And The Supreme Court's Failure To Apply It, Callie Maslowsky
SPICE: Student Perspectives on Institutions, Choices and Ethics
In the case of Furman v. Georgia (1972), the Supreme Court outlawed the death penalty on the grounds that its use constituted cruel and unusual punishment in violation of the Eighth Amendment. No majority opinion was written, but the plurality opinions all agreed that the amount of discretion in death penalty sentencing left too much room for the death penalty to be given arbitrarily. When the death penalty was reinstated in Gregg v. Georgia (1976), the Court approved schemes that limited the discretion of sentencing bodies by providing sentencing guidelines, automatically appealing all death penalty cases for review, or taking ...
Death Is Different. Death Sentencing Is Not., 2019 University of Pennsylvania
Death Is Different. Death Sentencing Is Not., Simone Unwalla
SPICE: Student Perspectives on Institutions, Choices and Ethics
This paper investigates the conditional demands of Death-Is-Different jurisprudence in the United States criminal justice system and argues that the dissonance between the need for heightened protections in capital sentencing and the reality of our capital-sentencing institutions ultimately renders the death penalty, as it currently exists in our society, impermissible. This claim is substantiated in three parts: first, through an analysis of foundational death penalty decisions from the Supreme Course, which condemn the arbitrary nature of capital juries while simultaneously justifying their constitutional necessity as sentencing agents; second, through an examination of the development of Death-Is-Different jurisprudence and its conceptual ...
The Effect Of Lineup Size On Eyewitness Accuracy, 2019 Augsburg College
The Effect Of Lineup Size On Eyewitness Accuracy, Alyssa Baumann
Augsburg Honors Review
The research investigated the impact of the number of members in a police lineup on eyewitness identification. Participants attempted to identify the perpetrator from either a sequential or simultaneous lineup. The number of members in the lineup differed between 6 members and 12 members, simultaneous or sequential lineup presentation, and target-present or target-absent. In the target-present condition, the research was concerned with correct identifications. Thus, the 6 member simultaneous lineup should yield the most correct identifications. The 12 member simultaneous lineup should yield the second highest. The 6 and 12 member sequential lineup presentation should yield fewer correct identifications because ...
Police Integrity Lost Podcast Episode 52: Race, Racism And The Murder Conviction Of Minneapolis Police Officer Mohamed Noor, 2019 Bowling Green State University
Police Integrity Lost Podcast Episode 52: Race, Racism And The Murder Conviction Of Minneapolis Police Officer Mohamed Noor, Philip M. Stinson
Philip M Stinson
This episode of the Police Integrity Lost Podcast features an interview of Professor Phil Stinson by Damien Carrick that originally aired in Australia on the ABC Radio National show The Law Report on May 7, 2019.
Dismantling Structural Inequality: Lock Ups, Systemic Chokeholds, And Race-Based Policing - A Symposium Summary, 2019 University of Louisville
Dismantling Structural Inequality: Lock Ups, Systemic Chokeholds, And Race-Based Policing - A Symposium Summary, Cedric Merlin Powell, Laura R. Mcneal
Laura R. McNeal
The prominence of the carceral state in American society serves to undermine basic principles of democracy and justice, disproportionately displacing people of color and excluding them from all viable avenues of citizenship.
The Antebellum Development Of The Penitentiary Debate In South Carolina, 2019 Wofford College
The Antebellum Development Of The Penitentiary Debate In South Carolina, Florence Gregorie Sloan
The early 19th century was marked by reform movements aimed at alleviating poverty, reducing crime, decreasing illiteracy, and providing better care for the mentally ill. In the United States, as in Europe, the debate over prison reform arose from the growing public fear that the stability of social institutions and values was crumbling, especially because lawlessness abounded across the country in the Jacksonian era. Reformers sought a way to save and preserve the established social order, and reformers found their cure-all solution in the establishment of penitentiaries, which were institutions that sought to transform the criminal into an ...
Examining Witness Testimony In Domestic Homicides, 2019 City University of New York (CUNY)
Examining Witness Testimony In Domestic Homicides, Hana Chae
The present study investigated the effects of varying witness testimony on mock jurors’ perceptions of a case where a woman utilizes self-defense as a reason for killing her husband during a domestic dispute. A 3 (expert witness) x 3 (child witness) design was used to examine the effects of two different forms of expert testimony (Battered Woman Syndrome [BWS] & Social Agency [SA]) and its interaction with presence of child witness [age 5 & age 8]. Jury eligible participants (N = 245) were recruited from Amazon Mechanical Turk (MTurk). It was hypothesized that the presence of an expert witness would positively impact jurors ...