Soviet Union; The Collapse

Soviet Union
Soviet Union

Ruskin discusses three theories about causes of the collapse of the Soviet Union.

Choose one of these theories and explain how it relates to the collapse of the USSR, and assess and justify whether it relates to its internal or external foreign policy.

Discuss whether all three of the causes are equally at fault, or whether one, more than the other, is the basic culprit of the demise of the USSR.

Ruskin discusses three theories about causes of the collapse of the Soviet Union.

Choose one of these theories and explain how it relates to the collapse of the USSR, and assess and justify whether it relates to its internal or external foreign policy.

Discuss whether all three of the causes are equally at fault, or whether one, more than the other, is the basic culprit of the demise of the USSR.

Physical security; Assignment

Physical security.

Physical security
Physical security

· Physical security. How a risk assessment methodology process can be used to assess risk at a maximum security facility. Write a minimum of 1 page (do not count the abstract and reference page).
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· Introduction
· Abstract
· Body (1 page)
· Conclusion
· References
Need Two Different copies

Hate Crime;A Victim of a Hate Crime

Hate Crime.

Hate Crime
Hate Crime

In this three-page reflection paper, imagine you are a victim of a hate crime.

You may pick what aspect about you that could be the potential reason for this, or you may put yourself in the role of someone else.

Be sure to explain why the aspect you choose is considered a hate crime within the introduction of your paper.

Remember, you are putting yourself in the victim’s shoes.
  1. What crime was committed against you, and how did you “being who you are” lead to your victimization?
  2. As a victim, how would your interaction with criminal justice system and the offender possibly affect you? How do you think people would view your crime (for example, blame you or target you more).
  3. Explain what can be done to prevent further victimization, such as this.

Touch on training discussed and how those could facilitate change.

APA rules for formatting, quoting, paraphrasing, citing, and listing of sources are to be followed.

Please APA.

Reference

Wallace, H., & Roberson, C. (2015).

Victimology: Legal, psychological, and social perspectives (4th ed.).

Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.

Personality Characteristics and Criminal Behavior

Personality Characteristics
Personality Characteristics

A particular set of personality characteristics does not turn a person into a criminal.

However, criminals may have the same set of characteristics.

This concept may not be easy to understand.

Here is another example: all college graduates have attended college, but not everyone who attended college is a college graduate.

The mistake that “if A then B” is the same as “if B then A” is a common one in research, criminal investigation, and profiling.

Criminal profiling is a difficult task.

Complete the following three parts and present them in your report.

Part I
Identify at least five offense characteristics of each of the following crimes:
  • sex offense,
  • murder,
  • acquisitive crime,
  • organized crime, and
  • terrorism.
Part II

Choose two offenses for those listed in Part I.

Using the selected characteristics, complete the following for each of the two offenses you selected:
  1. Analyze the selected characteristics to develop a forensic profile for that particular type of offense. For example, how would you use the two offense characteristics you have selected for murder to develop inferences regarding the personality of a murderer?
  2. Explain how an offender’s level of cognitive and emotional functioning, as well as social and environmental factors, could contribute to his or her maladaptive behavior in each of the above offenses.
  3. Identify and justify the types of tests and/or personality measures that might be used to gather additional information for each of the two offenses.
  4. Identify and justify the type of collateral information you would need to learn about the offender in the case of each of the two crimes.
Part III
  1. Identify the differences between ethical standards in a criminal investigation and ethical standards in a psychological interview.
  2. Offer your recommendations for future research needed to advance the science and research of psychological profiling techniques.
  3. Discuss the different ethical considerations one must follow as an investigator and as a psychologist.

Support your responses giving reasons and examples from eight to ten scholarly resources.

Write a 7- to 9-page report in a Microsoft Word document.

Apply APA standards to cite sources.

Your paper should be written in a clear, concise, and organized manner; demonstrate ethical scholarship in accurate representation and attribution of sources; and display accurate spelling, grammar, and punctuation.