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Homicide Annotated Bibliography Name Institution Professor Course Date Introduction Although in most cases homicide is being confused with the word murder homicide has a broader range as compared to murder. Murder is a part of homicide while homicide constitute other meanings. For example a person may be involved in cases of murder when they try to protect themselves from enemies who threaten to kill them or those who have seriously injured them. Some might be commanded by the authority to kill a person who is suspected to be an enemy of the country. The situations that surround any case of murder are the factors that are used to determine whether the case is criminal. The intentions of the killers always determine whether the type of homicide will be classified as Manslaughter or murder and the level of degree at which this case is classified. Initially in the United States Hodell E. C. Wasarhaley N. E. Lynch K. R. & Golding J. M. (2014). Mock juror gender biases and perceptions of self-defense claims in intimate partner homicide. Journal of Family Violence  29(5) 495-506. Malmquist C. P. (2006). Homicide: A Psychiatric Perspective. Arlington: American Psychiatric Pub. Marion J. L. (2017). Believing in Order to See: On the Rationality of Revelation and the Irrationality of Some Believers. Oxford University Press. Martinez Jr R. & Martinez R. (2014). Latino homicide: Immigration violence and community. Routledge. Seibold J. H. (2017). The Felony-Murder Rule: In Search of a Viable Doctrine. The Catholic Lawyer  23(2) 8. Simon D. (2009). Homicide: A year on the killing streets. Edinburgh [u.a.: Canongate. Williams G. (2014). Necessity: Duress of Circumstances or Moral Involuntariness?. Common Law World Review  43(1) 1-28. Yang Y. T. & Haffajee R. L. (2016 October). Murder liability for prescribing opioids: a way forward?. In Mayo Clinic Proceedings (Vol. 91 No. 10 pp. 1331-1335). Elsevier. [...]

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you can write about anything to the topic homicide all the academic research much be peer reviewed you to do Academic Research (80 points): Identify and include 16 academic sources such as peer-reviewed research articles or book chapters. Please make sure you understand what is, and what is not, a peer-reviewed source. The annotation for these entries should be 250-words (±25). (Note: If you find a non-peer reviewed report on a topic that you would like to include (e.g. a report from a government agency of non-profit), you must email the report and your request to the instructor for approval. Students can replace up to 4 peer-reviewed sources with reports if their reports are approved). • Topic Summary (10 points): Write a 500-word (±50) introduction about your topic. also create an powerpoint that will that will cover all the topics about the annotated bibliography and the powerpoint presentation should be 3 mins long. So write notes for each slide Annotated bibliography (90 points): For the final project, you will compile an annotated bibliography on current research related to a specific criminal justice topic. Each student has been assigned a topic to cover within a general area (see next page). Annotated bibliographies help researchers to organize the information on an issue, take notes for literature reviews, and also assist others in understanding what research is available on a topic. An annotated bibliography presents the appropriate citation for each source along with a summary. In addition to identifying appropriate sources and developing a short summary for each, your annotated bibliography should have a 500-word introduction that discusses and provides a general overview of your topic. For your annotated bibliography, you will need to include academic research that has been published within the last ten years. This project will take some time and effort; do not wait until the last minute. In addition, there may be articles that you want to use that Seattle University does not have electronic or print access to, in this case you will need to use the university’s inter-library loan service, which can take time. Points will be subtracted for poorly written entries, entries that do not fit the required criteria, citations that are not properly formatted, and typographic or grammatical errors. Plagiarism, the unattributed use of someone else’s work (e.g. copying and pasting the article’s abstract), will result in a failing grade and, depending on how egregious, the plagiarism may reported as an Academic Integrity Violation. Presentation (10 points): In addition to the annotated bibliography, each student will give a three-minute presentation on their topic as part of a larger group presentation. Each group will provide the instructor with one PowerPoint through email by 5pm the day prior to their presentation that includes information for all the topics within that area. The PowerPoint should look professional and be uniformly formatted throughout. The length of the total presentation for each group is based on the number of students in the group. The purpose of the presentation is to provide the class with a summary of the topic you researched. Presentations and topics will be presented in the order listed. All students will be present for both days of presentations unless given permission to miss from the instructor because of extenuating circumstances. In addition, students will be respectful of their peers as they present and any deviation from this will result in the substantial loss of project points. Additional Information: • Academic Research (80 points): Identify and include 16 academic sources such as peer-reviewed research articles or book chapters. Please make sure you understand what is, and what is not, a peer-reviewed source. The annotation for these entries should be 250-words (±25). (Note: If you find a non-peer reviewed report on a topic that you would like to include (e.g. a report from a government agency of non-profit), you must email the report and your request to the instructor for approval. Students can replace up to 4 peer-reviewed sources with reports if their reports are approved). • Topic Summary (10 points): Write a 500-word (±50) introduction about your topic. • Presentation (10 points): Each student must prepare and give a 3-minute presentation (±30 seconds) as part of their group’s larger presentation. • All sources should be published within the last 10-years or so (2007-present). • All citations should be in the appropriate APA format. • A digital copy of individual projects must be turned in through Canvas prior to the start of class on the day you are presenting. • Group PowerPoints must be emailed to the instructor by 5pm the day before your presentation date. Potential Resources: Although these are not all the resources you have access to, I recommend starting with the below: • SU Library Criminal Justice Research Guide: libguides.seattleu.edu • Google Scholar: scholar.google.com • APA Formatting: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/

Subject Area: Criminology

Document Type: Powerpoint Presentation

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