SOC 305 Week 4 DQ 1 Honor Killings Recent

SOC 305 Week 4 DQ 1 Honor Killings Recent

SOC 305 Week 4 DQ 1 Honor Killings Recent

After reading the articles, Are honor killings simply domestic violence? and ‘Honour’ crimes are domestic abuse, plain and simple, please respond to each of the following questions:

a. Are honor killings simply domestic violence?

b. What similarities do honor killings have with other forms of interpersonal crime? What differences do they exhibit?

c. In your opinion, what is the best way for the criminal justice system to treat and respond to honor killings?

1. Question : With which statement would the author agree?


 2. Question : Which criminals, according to studies reported in the text, are most likely to be caught and punished harshly?
 3. Question : Social stratification refers to
 4. Question : Researchers assert that white-collar crime “leaders” are most often ____________.
 5. Question : With which of the following statements would the author most likely agree?
 6. Question : Based on the text, what conclusion can you draw about reentry into the community after incarceration?
 7. Question : Some experts argue the increase in drug-crime incarceration is mainly due to ____________.
 8. Question : What does the author find problematic about the kaleidoscope metaphor of racial and ethnic patterns?
 9. Question : What impact do increases in immigration have on crime?
 10. Question : What does the 2010 Fair Sentencing Act accomplish?Determining whether to try a child in the juvenile or the criminal justice system will have an impact on every step of his or her experience. Although the exact laws and practices of the systems vary from state to state, broad underlying beliefs differentiate the two systems. While the juvenile system is often thought to be more lenient in its punishments, there are often stricter regulations throughout the process. In the juvenile system a child may not have a right to a jury trial or bail. Juvenile records are not open to public access like criminal records and parole is very different between the two systems. When the child in question is considered a child, the courts act as more of a parent attempting to punish but also protect.
Differences between juvenile and adult criminal justice systems exist at every step of the way. Follow how each system handles bail, parole, and other aspects of the process by reading the article, Juvenile vs adult justice.

a. What are the main similarities and differences in these two systems?
b. Which system is best equipped to handle the case of Cristian Fernandez from the beginning of Chapter 5? Explain why.
c. For what type of crimes would it be better to be in the criminal justice system? In the juvenile justice system?