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Intervention as a comprehensive juvenile justice strategy

Intervention as a comprehensive juvenile justice strategy.

I understand that many students like to draw on experiences in answering question; however, there are ways to do it and be scholarly. Below is an example of how to write in third person while supporting your opinions with research. I will use a simple discussion of “Why do you think that the profession-wide fraternal bond of criminal justice is so strong?”  In addition, you can see how in-text citations are used as well as the reference list at the end. Your discussion posting should mimic this example. This is a very simple example but states an opinion and then research to back up this opinion.

Example:

From this criminal justice scholar practitioner’s perspective there is a mentality, within law enforcement, suggesting that police culture promotes solidarity or strong internal cohesion, loyalty, and distrust of others who are not officers. Subsequently, this mentality stems from the actual job functions of law enforcement. Carter (2002) and Cohen and Feldberg (1991) contend that police work requires loyalty to fellow officers precisely because officers are so dependent on one another in order to be effective within their jobs; thereby creating a type of sub-culture or “blue bond.” From a social learning perspective of this sub-culture, Cochran and Bromley (2003), Lersch and Mieczkowski (2005) and Shearing and Ericson (2005) argue that police behavior is learned through participation, instruction, and interaction with other officers. Moreover, Cochran and Bromley, and Paoline (2003) state attitudes, values, and norms are learned from training officers and other officers. According to Paoline (2001), this gives the police an us versus them perspective, which strengthens the bonds between officers. This suggests that police behavior is a part of individual socialization.

Intervention as a comprehensive juvenile justice strategy

Discussion Checklist

Here are questions you should ask yourself when participating in the class dialogue which will help to improve the quality of the course room discussion and to support team learning:

  1. Does my contribution fit with the discussion?
  2. Are my ideas logically organized into an argument and written in clear and mechanically clean prose?
  3. Are my ideas worthwhile, or do they just take up space?
  4. Can the reader easily determine what my main point is?
  5. Does it provide sufficient, relevant, and interesting details?
  6. Are there sufficient explanations or examples to support generalizations?
  7. Does the contribution proceed logically from point to point?
  8. Did I provide examples and explanations to support any generalizations?
  9. Are there any contradictions? Is the paragraph structure logical?
  10. Are there appropriate transitions words between ideas? Does it flow?
  11. Have I followed proper etiquette?
  12. Is my point of view clear?
  13. Am I writing scholarly (No first person)
  14. Is the tone appropriate and respectful of others’ ideas?
  15. Is the writing punctuated appropriately?
  16. Is my contribution concise, precise, and free of grammatical errors?
  17. Are words spelled correctly?
  18. Have I cited my sources per APA?

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