Adolescent Delinquency

A large number of criminological theories have been advanced to provide examination of the causes of adolescent delinquency. Such criminological theories like Strain Theory, Social Learning Theory, Frederic Thrasher, Bloch and Niederhoffer, Cloward and Ohlin's studies of gang delinquency best describe the cause for adolescent involvement in criminal street gangs.

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Developmental Theory of Crime

The purpose of this paper is to describe and analyze a specific family theory by explaining the typographies of crime including violent, property, enterprise and...

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Morrissey v. Brewer

Morrissey v. Brewer (1972) created a precedent that required further investigation in probation and parole proceedings. The case revealed certain power abuse of parole officers who took advantage of Mr. Morrissey’s position and advocated his return to jail on the pretext of parole violation.

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Motivational Letter

My name is ... and I am writing to express my interest in studying Navigation science and technology, Logistics engineering, and Maritime Law at your university. During my current life period, I have no doubts that studying and doing research are the endeavors I would like to engage in.

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