Tort Law Analytical Essay by ABCs

Tort Law
Looks at tort law in the American melting pot culture.
# 111433 | 2,125 words | 6 sources | APA | 2009 | US
Published on Jan 20, 2009 in Law (Tort) , Criminology (Public and Crime) , Sociology (Multiculturalism)

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This paper discusses the problem that, within tort law, people can seek personal gain file by claiming personal injuries, which may not be justifiable. The author points out that, when some people want to blame others for their problems or fault them for their mistakes due to their different cultural backgrounds, the tort law is being misused. Nonetheless, the paper contends that tort law does provide a protective structure over criminals.

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From the Paper:

"Due to the fact that Michael Foucault claimed that when power is transmitted through someone's word, the criminal justice system could take that idea and control prisoners better. From there, it is apparent that in recent years, the criminologist have reconstruct criminology's framework around Foucault theory since prison have installed video cameras so that prison authorities can have better empowerment. Within that prison society, the statements that are made by the prison authorities are true because they are the power among the prisoners, which gives them more control."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Habermas." Unpublished paper, New School for Social Research, New York retrieved June 17, 2008, from
  • Ramirex, Al. 2006. Ethical Issues in Criminal Justice Administration. retrieved June 17, 2008, from
  • Foucault, Michael.(1995). Discipline and Punish: The Birth of the Prison. Retrieved June 17, 2008, from
  • Pearson, J. (1986). The definition and measurement of social support. (Journal of Counseling & Psychology
  • House, J., & Landis, K. (2003). Social relationship and health. Social Psychology of Health, 18, 333-342.

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