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Christina Hoff Sommers & Stuart Taylor: College rape culture & the death of due process | VIEWPOINT

Christina Hoff Sommers & Stuart Taylor: College rape culture & the death of due process | VIEWPOINT

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Christina: Stuart Taylor is with me today and he is one of our nation’s most distinguished legal journalists. He has a law degree from Harvard, where he graduated at the top of his class and served as an editor at the “Law Review.” He’s written for “The New York Times,” the “National Journal,” myriad of […]

Battling campus sexual assaults

Battling campus sexual assaults

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Criminology and Criminal Justice Program at Shenandoah University

Criminology and Criminal Justice Program at Shenandoah University

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criminal justice is a very broad field it’s it’s a lot of different things there’s a lot of different disciplines within it it’s nothing like you see on TV people try to compare criminal minds to criminal justice no it’s not whatsoever we look at how the justice system fits into society why do we […]

Administration of Justice for Transfer

Administration of Justice for Transfer

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– My name is Brandon Mendoza and my major is Administration of Justice for Transfer at Rio Hondo. As soon as I finished high school, I didn’t know if I wanted to go to college or not. I actually chose Rio Hondo because I could tell that a majority of the professors really care about […]

UniSA Online: Criminal Justice

UniSA Online: Criminal Justice

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The criminal justice degree, it’s a brand new degree 100% Online. Having worked in the criminal justice industry for such a long time as a police officer and then as an educator, finally someone has got a degree which I am so proud to be involved in because it just is this wonderfully well rounded […]

Online Bachelor of Arts in Social and Criminal Justice | Ashford University

Online Bachelor of Arts in Social and Criminal Justice | Ashford University

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Hi, I’m Shel Silver, a faculty member here at Ashford University’s College of Liberal Arts. The Bachelor of Arts in Social and Criminal Justice is an interdisciplinary degree program that teaches students about how law enforcement and the criminal justice system are used to build a more socially just society. Courses examine topics in forensics, […]

Meet a Peace and Justice Studies Major: Shannon Raczynski

Meet a Peace and Justice Studies Major: Shannon Raczynski

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My name is Shannon Raczynski, and I am a Peace and Justice Studies major. The Peace and Justice Studies major is about social injustices that occur all throughout the world and the people that they impact. I think that L.O.V.E. trips are one of the best ways not only to travel but also just to […]

BACK TO SCHOOL SHOPPING AT TARGET!!!

BACK TO SCHOOL SHOPPING AT TARGET!!!

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I am back in the car right now on our way to target to do some more back to school shopping I was going to do some back school shopping over there anyways But since you guys have custom me to do a back-to-school target vlog, here it is I also need to get some […]

Justice: What’s The Right Thing To Do? Episode 02: “PUTTING A PRICE TAG ON LIFE”

Justice: What’s The Right Thing To Do? Episode 02: “PUTTING A PRICE TAG ON LIFE”

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Funding for this program provided by Additional funding provided by last time we argued about the case of the Queen verses Dudley and Stephens the lifeboat case, the case of cannibalism at sea and with the arguments about the lifeboat in mind the arguments for and against what Dudley and Stephens did in mind, let’s […]

Justice: What’s The Right Thing To Do? Episode 01 “THE MORAL SIDE OF MURDER”

Justice: What’s The Right Thing To Do? Episode 01 “THE MORAL SIDE OF MURDER”

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Funding for this program is provided by: Additional funding provided by This is a course about Justice and we begin with a story suppose you’re the driver of a trolley car, and your trolley car is hurdling down the track at sixty miles an hour and at the end of the track you notice five […]