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Drag Racing And Street Racing

... music" (Dregni 13). In the beginning of the 1950s, promoters built legal drag racing strips with very little investment. All he (or she) would have to do is ... them back the next weekend for the race. The majority……[more]

Words: 1284 (4 Pages) Sources: 5 Topic: Sports Recreational Document Type: Research Paper

Illegal Immigration

Because they were taking jobs from U.S. citizens, because they were different in color, in culture, in habits and in looks, these new workers were targeted by Americans for antagonism and racial hatred. As a result, the Chinese Exclusion Act……[more]

Words: 9420 (36 Pages) Sources: 30 Topic: Immigration Document Type: Term Paper Citation Style: APA

Race And Ethinicity In Gang

Again these gangs are most abundant in densely populated urban areas. Becoming a member of a gang is often dependent upon what neighborhood an individual resides in. Many gangs recruit younger members. The recruits are then expected to undergo initiation.……[more]

Words: 1767 (6 Pages) Sources: 5 Topic: Corrections Police Criminal Justice Document Type: Term Paper Citation Style: APA

Street Level Hispanic Drug Gangs

... and distribute cocaine in the United States, leaving street sales and retail selling to African Americans and local ... and Jamaicans serve as middlemen between Colombian importers and the street gangs...." (Kelly 189) Furthermore, there are essential ... ."……[more]

Words: 2042 (6 Pages) Sources: 5 Topic: Corrections Police Criminal Justice Document Type: Term Paper Citation Style: APA

Race And Gender Perceptions Of White Collar Crime

... , Waring & Chayet, 2001) In the United States, little controversy exists regarding race-based crime statistics reports Knepper (2000). However, there is information on each category of race, gender, and white-collar crime; on the other hand, there is a……[more]

Words: 2691 (3 Pages) Topic: Criminal Justice general Document Type: Term Paper

Race And Gender Perceptions Of White Collar Crime

... Chayet, 2001) In the United States, little controversy exists regarding race-based crime statistics reports Knepper (2000). However, there is information on each category of race, gender, and white-collar crime; on the other hand, there ... amount that offers insight……[more]

Words: 4043 (14 Pages) Sources: 10 Topic: Corrections Police Organized Crime Document Type: Term Paper Citation Style: APA

Race And Ethnicity

... goes on to describe her experience shopping on Maple Street and encountering vendors selling illegal rabbits. Hidden camera footage shows ... of cash, as they peddle their contraband to passersby on the street. An official from the Fashion District,……[more]

Words: 757 (2 Pages) Topic: Communication Media Document Type: Essay

Race In My Community

... bias based on gender, race, or ethnicity considered unacceptable, in some instances, like employment or pay status, it can be illegal. Our ... American, 1.62% Asian, 0.12% Pacific Islander, 6.63% from other races, and 3.19% from two or more……[more]

Words: 2439 (9 Pages) Topic: Homosexuality Document Type: Term Paper

Race Crime And Justice

Lack of professional educators compels many schools to hire "substitutes" who are paid around $10,000 a year. The schools are so poor that they cannot even afford toilet paper, while modern sports and computer facilities are a distant dream for……[more]

Words: 2623 (7 Pages) Sources: 1 Topic: Corrections and Police Criminal Justice Document Type: Book Review

6 Journals Race Poverty Americas Jounnal Page Dont Worry Grammer Free Write Easy Words Resources

Race and poverty are closely connected in the U.S. and this is primarily owed to ...…[more]

Words: 1765 (6 Pages) Topic: Black Studies Racism Document Type: Essays


... Mara Salvatrucha (aka MS-13), and the 18th Street Gang operating on the streets of communities across America. This study is ... may establish an organized criminal enterprise capable of coordinating illegal activities across national borders. Nonetheless, with complete ...……[more]

Words: 11714 (40 Pages) Sources: 40 Topic: Criminology Document Type: Thesis Citation Style: APA

Is Arizona Illegal Immigrant Law A Good Idea I Researched Online I A Position A Good Idea The Law Lead Social Problem Race Discrimination

... State. This law is currently the widest and most stringent anti-illegal immigration in recent American history (CNN, 2010). This law has acquired ...…[more]

Words: 1864 (5 Pages) Sources: 5 Topic: Drama American Document Type: Essays Citation Style: MLA

Research Paper Street Gangs Topic Assume Asked Community Vancouver Victoria BC Canada Work Deterring Rise Street Gangs Area You Asked Direction Deal Current Problem Review Programs Strategies Implemented Communities Attempting Combat Impact Youth Gangs

The number of street gangs in Canada has grown considerably. These gangs pose a threat to life as ... strategy adopted in Canada is the use of policing force to suppress the activities of street gangs. This paper discusses the……[more]

Words: 2601 (8 Pages) Sources: 8 Topic: Not Specified Document Type: Essays

The Globalization Of 18th Street Gangs

... difference is that Latino gangs in the United States like the 18th Street gang, otherwise known as M-18, the Clanton 14 gang (which preceded the M-18) (Valdemar ... Latino gangs, both based in Los Angeles, to be transnational gangs:……[more]

Words: 2063 (5 Pages) Sources: 5 Document Type: Term Paper Citation Style: APA

Is Justice Really Blind A Comparative Analysis Of Crack Cocaine Vs Powder Cocaine Sentencing Disparities Issues And Factors Associated With Race Arrest Indices Convections And Incarceration

The establishment of the 100-to-1 drug quantity ratio was based on several factors. Research indicated that crack cocaine was an especially dangerous drug, and was more likely to result in chronic heavy, use. Crack cocaine was believed to be extremely……[more]

Words: 10492 (40 Pages) Topic: Drugs and Alcohol Document Type: Term Paper

Wall Street Journal News

... . The Wall Street Journal. March 14, 2005 4:55 p.m. Russell Gold. Ex-Halliburton Worker Charged. The Wall Street Journal. March 18, 2005; ... There has been a lot written about the so-called race to the bottom. See especially Terry……[more]

Words: 14395 (4 Pages) Topic: Economics International Trade Document Type: Term Paper

Econmics Of Race And Gender And Globalization

... it." It is true though that globalization usually benefits the all powerful white race and leaves those in the developing and developed nations in the dust ...…[more]

Words: 3020 (10 Pages) Sources: 15 Topic: Economics general Citation Style: MLA

American Street Gangs

... "{The drug gang} is certainly not a typical street gang . . . They didn't even grow out of a street gang. These kids started out ... money by pedaling crack and that is a very different phenomenon than……[more]

Words: 1041 (4 Pages) Sources: 5 Document Type: Term Paper Citation Style: MLA


... disparities. For example it is impossible to assume that every black person is in possession of illegal drugs or is involved in some criminal activity but when a crime occurs and ...…[more]

Words: 868 (3 Pages) Sources: 3 Topic: Education Teaching Methods Document Type: Term Paper Citation Style: MLA

Racial Ideology Of Latinas As Evidenced In Discourse Analysis

... new Mestiza. Aunt Lute Books; 2nd edition. The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros (1994) is a work of fiction about the clash between Esperanza ...…[more]

Words: 11917 (50 Pages) Sources: 30 Topic: Sociology Race Document Type: 'Literature Review' chapter Citation Style: None

Social Problems That Exist Because Of Crime

This paper reviews the relevant peer-reviewed and scholarly literature concerning these two seminal stop and frisk cases, Terry v. Ohio and Sibron v. New York, followed by a summary of the research and important findings concerning stop and frisk as……[more]

Words: 1895 (5 Pages) Sources: 5 Topic: Sociology Problems Document Type: Research Paper

Diversity In The Workplace

... is defined as "The variety of experiences and perspective which arise from differences in race, culture, religion, mental or physical abilities, heritage, age, gender, sexual orientation ...…[more]

Words: 3108 (12 Pages) Sources: 15 Topic: Business Human Resources Document Type: 'Literature Review' chapter


... , Blacks are always associated with thugs, Mexicans are always depicted as illegal immigrants or drug cartels, Russians as spies and the list goes on. However ...…[more]

Words: 1377 (4 Pages) Topic: English Literature Document Type: Essays

How Educating Public Gang Crime Prevention

... available to remedy this. Providing the communities that harbor the most street gangs, will allow children to know that there are more opportunities ...…[more]

Words: 977 (3 Pages) Sources: 2 Topic: Criminal Justice Organized Crime Document Type: Essays

Analytical Review Criminal Justice System This Examines Systems Processes Challenges Components Criminal Justice System Law Enforcement Courts Corrections Choose Components Describe A Problem Challenge Recommendations Future

... these problems to be solved, society must face the problems associated with race ans substance abuse. In other words, the problems within prisons caused ...…[more]

Words: 1919 (5 Pages) Sources: 5 Topic: Corrections and Police Law Enforcement Document Type: Essays

Racism In The Criminal Justice System

... unequal consideration which is motivated by the strong desire to dominate on the basis of race alone is noted by several scholars to be rife in the criminal justice system. In this ...…[more]

Words: 1237 (4 Pages) Sources: 4 Topic: Criminal Justice Document Type: Research Paper Citation Style: APA

Organized Crime

... wanted to control a particular resource from the government especially those relating to illegal goods are black markets. This is clearly seen by Mexico's drug cartels ...…[more]

Words: 2297 (7 Pages) Sources: 7 Topic: Criminology Document Type: Research Paper

Narcotic Drugs Distribution Manufacturing Abuse

This paper investigates the narcotics trade in the United States. It looks at drug abuse as a social problem and its differential impact on minority communities. It looks at drug crime conviction rates and how that is impacted by race.……[more]

Words: 2561 (8 Pages) Topic: Corrections and Police Criminal Justice Document Type: Term Paper

Minorities In The United States

It was a success for the democratic system and a clear statement on the anti racial attitudes in the United States. Despite the victory of Barack Obama in the elections however, at this moment, there are still sensitive issues related……[more]

Words: 1409 (4 Pages) Sources: 4 Topic: Sociology Race Document Type: Essay

Social Issues

He says that our goal should be Americanization and that we should not have to give up our ethnic traditions, customs, cuisine, or birth languages just because the immigrants want us to. And for this he says we should not……[more]

Words: 1343 (4 Pages) Sources: 1 Topic: Sociology Race

History Of Prostitution

S., during different times in history accepted prostitution as a norm, portraying one extreme. At differing times, albeit, a number of societies, including some in the U.S., deem prostitution to be a punishable crime. Between the two extremes of being……[more]

Words: 71929 (10 Pages) Sources: 6 Topic: Corrections Police Miscellaneous Document Type: Term Paper Citation Style: APA

Hip Hop Culture And Identity

... or a combination of both. Most of the time, graffiti is illegal, especially in instances when it is performed on property without ... : preferring to live in a neighborhood with those of similar race and ethnicity, socioeconomic differences……[more]

Words: 35547 (175 Pages) Topic: Drugs and Alcohol Document Type: Term Paper

Is Rehabilitation Of Felony Offenders Possible And Desirable

... Streets Act (hereinafter, the "Safe Streets Act") in response to the nationwide epidemic of crime. The Safe Streets ... offenses including possession of an illegal substance with intent to supply, home invasion, illegal use of a motor vehicle, ...……[more]

Words: 81249 (4 Pages) Sources: 4 Topic: Drugs and Alcohol Document Type: Essays

Crime In Chicago

Throughout this period, Big Jim set the basis for strong relations with the police and the political forces, and these relations would, in the future, help him become one of the most notorious mobsters in history.[2] Bathhouse Coughlin and Hinky……[more]

Words: 6188 (20 Pages) Sources: 10 Topic: History U S after 1865 Citation Style: Let the writer choose

Minor Thesis Or Literature Review Topic Responses To Family Violence In Cambodia

Phavi denotes family violence to more accurately be labeled. In the process of exploring this dark, too frequently concealed subject, this researcher presents considerations to answer the research question: What community-based family violence prevention models/strategies and response systems utilized in……[more]

Words: 79136 (8 Pages) Topic: Economics International Trade Document Type: Term Paper


Critical Analysis of the Article: This article was a comprehensive, yet brief, qualitative presentation of the early history of AIDS research and the discovery of HIV as the cause of AIDS. It summed up the authors' personal experiences with the……[more]

Words: 63456 (20 Pages) Sources: 10 Topic: Medical AIDS Document Type: Term Paper Citation Style: APA

Immigration And Its Effects On The United States Labor Force

... relevant and challenging, capturing the intersection of globalization, race and poverty: as globalization has proceeded, as more ... ambivalence toward immigration among Americans. In a Wall Street Journal/ NBC News poll conducted in December 1998, 72 ... illegally. Presidents……[more]

Words: 27700 (9 Pages) Topic: Economics Economists Document Type: Term Paper

Importance Of Affirmative Action

... , not on personal characteristics that they have no control over such as their race and sex (well, almost no control over that). True, sports are ...…[more]

Words: 15637 (75 Pages) Topic: Economics Economists Document Type: Term Paper

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