Articles must be published within the past five (5) years and come from one of these approved outlets: American Journal of Criminal Justice; Crime & Delinquency; Criminology; Criminology & Public Policy; Feminist Criminology; Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice; Journal of Criminal Justice; Journal of Research in Crime & Delinquency; Justice Quarterly; Law & Society Review; Punishment & Society; Race & Justice.
Articles must be related to at least one (1) topic from each of the following categories: (a) Police Searches, Seizures, or Surveillance; (b) Police Interrogations or Profiling; (c) Prosecutor Duties or Plea Bargaining.
Below is an example of the way your slides should be organized:
Slide 1: Title/Name
Slide 2: Overview of the previous research discussed in the article
Slide 3: Theoretical framework used in the article (e.g., Deterrence Theory)
Slide 4: Data and methods used in the article (e.g., variables, hypotheses)
Slide 5: Results of the study conducted by the author(s) of this article
Slide 6: Policy implications of the study’s results
Slide 7: How/why is this article relevant to our course?
Slide 8: Reference(s)