CRJ 333 – CRIME THEORIES AND VICTIMIZATION The main writing assignment for this course is a theory application paper.
Students are required to choose a criminal justice topic and relate an applicable theory and its concepts to the topic as a way to explain it.
This multidisciplinary liberal arts program concerns itself with history, public policy, ethics and social and political organization.
Criminal Justice deals with the way laws are made, applied, and enforced.
Their main project, a research proposal, is framed across several additional assignments: an annotated bibliography, literature review, and methodology.
Students will be provided feedback on each of these, which they then will revise and compile into their final research proposal.
Conditions: Students enrolled in their respective writing courses will be provided with written instructions and examples of their assigned writing task by their instructor.
Additional examples may be provided through course materials (e.g., textbook or supplementary readers) or rubrics.
Students will be required to submit a first draft of the research report, which will be returned with feedback.
Students then will be expected to revise their report accordingly prior to submission of the final project.