Student Learning Outcomes:
By the end of this final justice project, students will be able to:
Critically analyze an injustice, with specific attention to the links between theory, research, and policy/practice.
Develop a detailed active response (i.e., action plan) to address an area of injustice.
Construct a theory-driven and evidence-based written argument about how justice can be achieved within a proposed action plan.
Examine how their own positionality and ideology have informed their understanding of justice and their proposed strategy for achieving justice.
Components of the Final Justice Project:
1-A cover page
Your cover page should have:
An essay title,
2-Describe your injustice (Part I, approx. 2-3 paragraphs)
Include: why you chose this issue.
Include: why it is a justice issue. Be sure to situate your topic within the larger context of justice in the criminal justice system and broader society.
3-Discuss the theory or theories that explain your injustice. (Part II, approx. 1-2 pages)
Incorporate materials from previous criminal justice courses (using in-text citations) to present a compelling analysis of this issue.
4-Review the research on what works and what has failed. (Part III, approx. 2-3 pages)
This part should present research (i.e., empirical evidence) that supports or challenges the theories discussed in Part II.
Include: any current policies/practices on what has been done to address your injustice, whether or not it has been effective, and why/why not.
5-Discuss an action plan that you can carry out to address the injustice. (Part IV, approx. 2-3 pages)
Include: a description of how justice can be achieved through your action plan.
Explain (and support with evidence) how your response is theory-driven and evidence-based.
Compare/contrast your proposed response to the policies/practices that are currently used to address your issue. How is your response better?
6-In your Conclusion (up to 1 page), discuss how your positionality affected your understanding of the issue, and how your positionality and ideology shaped your strategy for achieving justice.
Feel free to refer back to your response for the M1 Assignment (selecting your topic of injustice), the M3 Discussion (with the Privilege Activity), and/or the M5 Pre-Assessment (reflecting on your political ideology)
7-A Reference page in APA format
The Reference Page should have at least 3-5 academic sources (i.e., theoretical and/or research articles)
Please refer to the module on Writing and Research Resources on APA citations, including how to cite your resources in APA format.
The Final Justice Project should be 8-11 double-spaced pages, written in Times New Roman, 12-point font.
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