Identify two crime, two law, and two justice developments (events, ideas, laws, institutions, persons, etc.)

Fox Butterfield′s In My Father′s House is a wonderful example of the personification of the ″nature vs. nurture″ debate about deviant and criminal behavior. Butterfield, who was inspired to write this book after learning about the criminological finding that, ″As few as 5 percent of families account for half of all crime, and only 10 percent account for two-thirds.″ Butterfield also does us another service when analyzing the Bogle Family for his in-depth case study getting to the roots of those shocking numbers. He allows us to witness the intersection of the Bogle family with the ever-evolving concepts of crime, law, and justice in the United States throughout the 20th Century. Given what you have learned in Roth and your supplementary material: 1) Identify two crime, two law, and two justice developments (events, ideas, laws, institutions, persons, etc.) during the course of the 20th and 21st centuries (M5-M8) that help contextualize/explain the Bogle family’s interactions with the criminal justice system. 2) Explain your reasoning. In explaining your reasoning, be sure to apply specific examples (with citation) from In My Father′s House to illustrate each point. 3) In your conclusion, substantively explain how the Bogle family case study reflect two of the four main course themes below. Cite applicable course material to support your explanations. The existence of diverse narratives about crime, law, and justice developed by different stakeholders. The dialectic (tension) between individual and community perspectives about crime, law, and justice. The impact of regional and cultural factors on perspectives of crime, law, and justice. The disparate treatments of ″others″ (race, ethnicity, class, education-level, sex/gender/sexual preference, religion, etc.) by dominant power networks and the continued efforts to correct and remedy these treatments through reform efforts and activism. Instructions: Do not write an essay per se. Your essay structure should be in outline form as follows (Use the outline format and write your responses under each heading): I. Introduction [ANSWER] II. First crime development (drawn from Roth, supplementary materials) [ANSWER] A. Explanation supported by example(s) from In My Father′s House [ANSWER] III. Second crime development (drawn from Roth, supplementary materials) [ANSWER] A. Explanation supported by example(s) from In My Father′s House [ANSWER] IV. First law development (drawn from Roth, supplementary materials) [ANSWER] A. Explanation supported by example(s) from In My Father′s House [ANSWER] V. Second law development (drawn from Roth, supplementary materials) [ANSWER] A. Explanation supported by example(s) from In My Father′s House [ANSWER] VI. First justice development (drawn from Roth, supplementary materials) [ANSWER] A. Explanation supported by example(s) from In My Father′s House [ANSWER] VII. Second justice development (drawn from Roth, supplementary materials) [ANSWER] A. Explanation supported by example(s) from In My Father′s House [ANSWER] VIII. Conclusion (may be two paragraphs, one for each answer) [ANSWER] A. First main theme [ANSWER] 1. Supporting explanation (supported by applicable course material) [ANSWER] B. Second main theme [ANSWER] 1. Supporting explanation (supported with applicable course material) [ANSWER] Note I am assessing the quality and structure of your argument development, your use of source material (breadth, depth, appropriateness given possible options; demonstrated mastery of course material), the quality and professionalism of your writing, and how your work stacks up against your peers. Let me re-iterate: your appropriate and successful integration of In My Father’s House to the M5-M8 Roth and Supplementary Material is a major component of this exam.

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