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Racial Profiling and Discrimination
A discussion regarding racial profiling and discrimination in the criminal justice system.
# 95154 | 1,316 words | 13 sources | MLA | 2006 | US

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This paper takes a look at how there is currently a considerable amount of debate and contention about the practice of profiling, particularly with regard to the legal and ethical implications. The paper also reviews the argument that in some cases profiling is necessary in terms of national security.

Profiling and Prejudice
The Results of Profiling and Discrimination
The Contemporary Problem of Profiling

Sample of Sources Used:

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