Final project/ justice and popular culture

Final project/ justice and popular culture.

 

Students are tasked with creating a video tutorial that is 3-5 minutes that addresses the following questions:

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  • What do you see as the biggest challenge in the criminal justice system?
  • What solutions do you believe can be implemented by the criminal justice system to overcome those challenges?

The video must be instructional in nature and essentially a tutorial that answers the questions using scholarly, peer-reviewed sources accessible through the Ingram Library and Google Scholar. The video can be structured to best portray the information which can include, but not limited to, an interactive tour, a narrated slideshow, an animation, or other media that is professionally appropriate.

 

Students must have the following components in the video:

  1. “My name is [First and Last name] and this video is for Law & Society final project with Dr. Mills. Today, I will discuss [your topic here].”
  2. Briefly explain the background of your topic with definitions and current statistics.
  3. Where did you find your information/articles? (provide tutorial on how you retrieved the information)
  4. Answer the following questions using scholarly sources: What do you see as the biggest challenges in the criminal justice system? What solutions do you believe can be implemented by the criminal justice system to overcome those challenges?
  5. “Again, my name is [First and Last name] and this concludes the Law & Society final project with Dr. Mills.”

Students are encouraged to watch the video and edit as needed. Make sure to review the grading rubric to see what all will be evaluated.

Grading Rubric

  • Content – 25 points
  • Organization – 25 points
  • Technical – 25 points
  • Professionalism – 25 points
  • Total: 100 points (See Grading Rubric used to assess this project)

Final project/ justice and popular culture