Sociology of Crime

Your interpretation of the news is to be based on the reading you choose to use. At the end of your contribution, you must state the page numbers of the reading that you have used. You do not and must not provide your opinion of the news. You must not repeat or refer to what other students have already said. (This means that you will have to read the earlier postings to ensure that you are not being repetitious.) Your interpretation of the news may not and must not refer to any other source; the statement you provide must be your work and only your work and you must not receive help of any sort from any source (other than the readings and lessons for this course); any violation of this requirement is academic misconduct. Refer to the link below, listed on the last page, for a link to a discussion of academic misconduct. Your statement must consist of 250 to 300 words. If you have too many or too few words, your mark will be zero. If your express your personal opinion, your mark will be zero. If you do not meet the requirements as stated here, your mark will be zero. Normally students will get all or most of the 5 marks for this participation mark as long as they provide a legitimate and credible interpretation of the news. There will be more than one forum for participation #1 in order to give students some choice; if so, students must respond only once to one forum for participation #1.

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