L'Armitage. (1865). The great international confederacy of thieves, burglars and incendiaries on the Canadian frontier: From the sworn statements of reputable witnesses and materials collected by several trusty detectives. Retrieved from http://www.canadiana.ca/view/oocihm.54381/19?r=0&s=1
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Historical Perspectives in Criminal Justice Assignment Guide
This Library assignment guide will help you find books, academic monographs, peer reviewed journal articles, newspapers and other primary source material for topics related to your research essay.
Your Research Assignment Paper Topics & Guidelines (Aaren Ivers CRIM 1121, Winter 2020)
Final Paper: Students are required to write a research paper that covers topics and themes from the course readings. Papers should be 8-10 pages double-spaced and must include reference to the course text, and 5 peer-reviewed journal articles. Paper topics must be situated in Canadian context and fall between the 1700s-1960s.
Topic Options (choose one): Policing, reformatories/prisons, drug laws, moral regulation, colonization, racial inequality under the law, the regulation of women, prostitution, the courts, youth justice, immigration policy, or social control vs. criminal justice approaches…. other ideas? See the instructor for approval.
Your 8-10 page essay is due at the beginning of lecture on March 25th, 2020. A draft of your final paper is due one week prior (March 18th) in class for Peer Review. Your paper must be a minimum of 8 and no more than 10 full pages of double-spaced text excluding cover page, abstract page, and references list. The paper should be written using APA style. This paper is worth 30% of your final grade.
The Final Paper requires inclusion of the following sources (at a minimum)
The course textbook
Five peer-reviewed journal articles
DO NOT CITE SLIDES OR LECTURES IN THIS ASSIGNMENT
General Writing Instructions
The APA Style Guidelines are located in this Library guide under APA citation Style tab.
LATE PAPERS WILL LOSE 5% PER DAY, NO EXCEPTIONS.