"In my first year of University, I did a module on crime and society which meant that we touched on cultural criminology but never went into great depths about it, I found it very interesting and wish I could have done more. So ive joined this group…"
"I want to post an article I wrote on the 'Effects of Unemployment' and I want to every reader of this article to note that every effort you make in life can either give someone an offer or rub someone of an offer-emplyment!
I'm starting studies on possible links between crime and consumption practices, or crime as a means of consumer goods, especially those that confer distinction, such as mobile phones and other objects that provide status to the…"
"for my thesis, i have researched about media construction of a Jakarta football supporters by newspaper in Indonesia as cultural criminology studies. i passed debate how content analysis can be qualitative. then, i'd like to share that case…"
"The movie Blood in blood out influenced the Hungarian Romani juvenile and young adult inmates intensively. The movie shaped also their identity, their communication and attitudes. Here you can see some prison graffiti tags which I assessed from…"
"My understanding is that more than one RO avoids the conveyor belt into jail for offences that did not warrant jail in the first place. As such it is most welcome.
The terminolgy, I agree is confusing - especially now that magistrates are called…"
"Some changes have been made to the Referral Order and Youth Offender Panels. First; A Young person (still 10-17 yr olds), can get more than one referral order now. This is a seriously damaging change; before it was us telling the young person that…"
"Good to see Thomas Bigging Up the practice of community justice panels. Having established the national charity supporting volunteer Panel Members in 2006 [www.aopm.co.uk] I confess it has been an uphill struggle to get the message over as to why…"
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haha, I have but I feel like it's a lot of money when I don't know what I want to do. If I decided to go down a certain career path and it required one I would make it work, but until I'm that sure I can't justify it! Or am I thinking about them the wrong way?!