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Review Of Internship / County Sheriff's Office

A 10 page review of one student's experience as an intern at a northeastern (U.S.A.) county Sheriff's office. Provided in the discussion are reflections upon various courtroom procedures, handling of prisoners, etc; The writer concludes that in their time with the Sheriff's office, they dealt with the justice part of the criminal justice system-- and now have a significant understanding of important issues concerning work to be done after a suspect is arrested. No Bibliography.

Conducting Drug-Use Research/Texas Prisoners

An 8 page research that presents an examination of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) and constitutes preliminary research pursuant to conducting a research study, the purpose of which will be to collect data from incarcerated prisoners pertaining to illicit drug use while in TDCJ facilities. This examination presents the statistics on TDCJ prisons; then, present a preliminary plan for conducting the indicated research; and close by describing the ethical issues involved with the collection of research using prison populations. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

Difference, Deontological and Teleological Ethics

This 3 page essay discusses the difference between deontological and teleological ethics, with a particular focus on law and the criminal justice system. Bibliography lists 3 sources.


This 18-page paper discusses concepts of restorative justice and forgiveness in the context of servant leadership. Bibliography lists 11 sources.

Justice Based Ethical Systems

A 3 page essay that discusses the views of Carol Gilligan and James P. Sterba. Throughout human history, philosophers have pondered the characteristics and nature of what constitutes moral behavior and tried to establish the parameters of justice that should govern human behavior. The following discussion of contemporary philosophy, as it pertains to the issue of justice and ethics, first of all, examines the feminist theory of Gilligan and her arguments against Lawrence Kohlberg's traditionally based model of moral development before briefly summarizing the position and arguments of Sterba. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

Women Hope House

4 pages in length. Women Hope House is a female facility that will house two hundred prisoners between the ages of eighteen and twenty-five years old. This target group was chosen for its malleability with regard to rehabilitating a criminal life. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

Corrections / Essays

4 pages worth of short-answer essays discussing various issues in corrections, relevant sociological theory, and goals. For the most part, the writer is examining the fact that criminal behavior is not the result of random instinctive causes. No Bibliography.

The Dissolution of Freedom

A 3 page paper on June Jordan's essay 'Freedom Time.' The paper examines Jordan's assertion that only when we get over this fetish for the narrow agendas of special interest groups will we be able to seek justice for all. Bibliography lists 1 source.

Rhetorical Modes Explored in Three Sample Essays

A 10 page paper consisting of three essays with the first two illustrating rhetorical modes (expository and persuasive) that consider the topic of the dual nature of justice and the third explaining how each essay met the guidelines of the selected rhetorical modes, identifying the differences between the two. Bibliography lists 6 sources.


This 3-page paper focuses on trends that have resulted from electronic media, and discussing how those trends reflect on consumerism, justice, law and happiness. Bibliography lists 1 source.

Philosophical Issues: Hobbes and Rawls

A 10 page paper which discusses various philosophical issues as presented primarily from Hobbes, and secondarily by Rawls. Issues addressed concern the fool's argument in Hobbes' Leviathan, Hobbes' notions of personal contract, the prisoner's dilemma and assurance game, and Rawls' opinions regarding aspects of justice. The works used are Hobbes' Leviathan and Rawls' "A Theory of Justice." No additional sources cited.

Crime in Japan: Improvements in Education, Employment, Penalties and Monitoring of Drugs

This is a 4 page paper discussing crime in Japan and recent government reforms in relation to decreasing the crime rate. A recent increase in the crime rate in Japan over the past decade has prompted the Japanese government to implement improvement policies in the areas of education, employment, increased penalties and monitoring of the drug trade. Education and employment reforms have included those which take into account the importance of continued education, social factors related to crime, and the maintenance and re-education of workers within the labor market. Considerations in the law enforcement disciplines have included lowering the age at which young offenders can be tried for criminal offenses, strict public fire arm restrictions and international cooperation in regards to the drug trade and market. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

Answers to Essay Questions on Justice in William Shakespeare’s King Lear and Machiavellian King vs. ‘Human’ Henry in Henry V

In three pages answers to these questions are provided, with the fates of Lear and Cordelia and redemption the focus of the first question with the second question considering what the glimpses into Hal’s tortured soul reveal about the inner conflict of Henry V and how he is perceived. Five sources are listed in the bibliography.

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