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by: Adell Stark

ProblemsofCorrections CRJU203

Adell Stark
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Adell Stark on Saturday September 19, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to CRJU203 at University of Delaware taught by Fleury-Steiner in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 35 views. For similar materials see /class/207194/crju203-university-of-delaware in Criminal Justice at University of Delaware.


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Date Created: 09/19/15
CRJU203 REVIEW FOR EXAM 2 DATE OF EXAM Monday October 18 2010 EXAM FORMAT 20 30 Objective Questions The main objective of exam 2 is evaluate your understanding of core issues and concepts surrounding contemporary consequences and challenges to punishment and correctional policy Speci cally we began by exploring at the big picture in One in 100 Behind Bars in America in 2008 Here as in all material covered in this unit you need to both understand the readings and examples discussed class According to the Pew Center Report Why doesn t increasing incarceration rates automatically lead to safer communities What does the report reveal are the unintended consequences of increasing incarceration rates What does the report reveal in terms of what of groups are behind bars eg how has the incarceration boom impacted various demographic groups differently How do state trends in incarceration rates vary What factors drove the boom in Florida and California and what have the consequences been for these states What has been the impact of the graying of America s prisons How has Delaware begun to deal with this problem as revealed in the reading Aging in Delaware Prisons Campus Drug Bust When considering the debate over campus drug busts such as the one that occurred at San Diego State University how would a crime control perspective differ from a due process perspective Social Consequences ofthe War on Drugs The Legacy ofFailed Policy By Eric L Jensen Jurg Gerber amp Clayton Mosher What have been some of the social consequences of the drug war and how is the debate shaped differently by a crime control versus a due process perspective You should understand this material in the context of the assigned reading and also knowledge discussed inclass lecture You should be prepared to understand the debate surrounding any issue we ve covered in terms of the crime control v due process perspectives


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