Naming Laws Research Paper by Writing Specialists

Naming Laws
An analysis into the formulation of laws named after the victims of child predators.
# 92722 | 1,732 words | 2 sources | MLA | 2007 | US
Published on Feb 27, 2007 in Law (Criminal)

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This dissertation delves into the historical and the sociopolitical dynamics that are hypothesized to be the result of the trend of naming laws for victims of crime. The paper explores whether laws named for specific victims of child predators are hastily drafted without regard to proper procedures or ways to make them effective.

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"General document review will be used for the purposes of this dissertation. Document review is a qualitative method that involves the analysis of existing records (Overview of Qualitative Methods and Analytic Techniques). This method is often used when insights related to a specific subject cannot be obtained using other methods (Overview of Qualitative Methods and Analytic Techniques). As it relates to this particular method the documents used are defined as any recorded or written material that was not created for the purposes of the analysis (Overview of Qualitative Methods and Analytic Techniques). Generally these documents are placed into two categories: public records and personal documents (Overview of Qualitative Methods and Analytic Techniques)."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Center for Program Evaluation. Bureau of Justice Assistance.
  • Overview of Qualitative Methods and Analytic Techniques. National Science Foundation

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