What is ‘Peacemaking Criminology?’ What are its central tenets?

What is ‘Peacemaking Criminology?’ What are its central tenets?

• MATH

Which is the solution for the equation [( x + 7 )^1/2] + [(x-1)^1/2] = 4 ?

[(x+7)^1/2]+[(x-1)^1/2=4 …..(1) Let us multiply by (x+7)^1/2]-[(x-1)^1/2] (x+7)-(x-1) = 4[(x+7)^1/2]-[(x-1)^1/2] x+7-x+1= 4{[(x+7)^1/2]-[(x-1)^1/2]} 8= 4{[(x+7)^1/2]-[(x-1)^1/2]} Divide by…

• LAW AND POLITICS

What is ‘Peacemaking Criminology?’ What are its central tenets?

“Peacemaking criminology” emerged about 15 years ago, with the publication of Harold Pepinsky and Richard Quinney’s edited reader titled Criminology as Peacemaking (1991). In the…

• MATH

Find the lenght of the diagonal of a rectangular shaped box whose edges are 3 cm , 4 cm and 12 cm .

The formula for the diagonal is : D= (length^2+width^+height^2)^1/2 D= (12^2*4^2*3^2)^1/2 = (144+16+9)^1/2= (169)^1/2= 13 The length of the diagonal is 13 cm

• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

Can you give a rating between one and ten (excellent) for the novel’s appeal and reasons with…

Honestly, after teaching many different novels and types… To Kill a Mockingbird is still my favorite novel in the world. I would have to actually give it a ten. Here’s why: 1. Children can…

• LITERATURE

Can you give me a book review of the book “Digital Fortress” by Dan Brown?I basically want the…

i want it too

• THE DA VINCI CODE

What can I put on a poster for an assignment about the da vinci code?the assignment i have to do…

I have given an assignment similar to this several times. If I was your teacher I’d encourage you to take the following steps: 1. Make a list of themes of the book (think about codes/puzzles,…

• MATH

Solve the expression ( n +1 )!/( n-1)! = 30

(n+1)!/(n-1)!=30 First let us simplify: (n+1)(n)(n-1)!/(n-1)1=30 Now reduce similar: ==? (n+1)n=30 ==> n^2+n-30=0 ==> (n+6)(n-5)=0 ==> n={-6,5}

• SCIENCE

I need help writing a poem about Albert Einstein.

In tackling this assignment, you should first look up biographical information about Albert Einstein. I am attaching some links to good resources on enotes that will tell you about Albert Einstein…

• BRAVE NEW WORLD

Compare and contrast the use of soma in Brave New World with the use of the drug like Prozac in…

Soma is used in A Brave New World as a drug of instant gratification and a means of escape. It puts the user into a state of euphoria by dulling their mind and senses. Similarities to Prozac:…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

Please. When language and gender is studied it is done on two levels:1-How language reveals,…

You really have asked two questions in your one question – this is against enotes regulations so I will respond to the first question alone at this stage. Ask the question relating to the second…

• DISCOURSE ON METHOD

Descartes tells us that his essay is “a history- or, of you prefer, a fable.” What point is he…

Simply put, I would say he is trying to show that what we think of as historical fact, may not be any truer than a story. He argues that accounts of history may misrepresent, or exaggerate what…

• SCIENCE

What is the function of the appendix?

The vermiform(worm like) appendix is a hollow tubular structure in the right lower quadrant of the abdominal cavity. It’s function has been debated for years. Currently, most experts agree that it…

• SCIENCE

What is the treatment for stomach ulcers?

Gastric(stomach) ulcers are crater like lesions in the lining of the stomach. They can also be located in the duodenum(small intestine). The lesions cause pain and may lead to perforation and…

• LAW AND POLITICS

What are the most common emotion(s) children of abuse suffer?

Physical, emotional, or sexual abuse perpetrated towards children can have devastating consequences on their well being and mental and emotional health. These children manifest a wide range of…

• ENGLISH TEACHERS

Student accountabilityWhat ever happened to students being responsible for their own success and…

I agree with you that many students are not being held accountable for themselves. I don’t know where, when, or why society has changed but I honestly don’t remember it being like this when I was…

• RABINDRANATH TAGORE

What are the various figures of speech in the poem ‘Where the mind is without fear’? I will be…

Where the mind is without fear and the head is held high; “head held high” is figurative; it means to assume a proud posture. Refers to emancipation and an independent India.Where knowledge is…

• SCIENCE

What are alveoli?

Alveoli are terminal air sacs in the lungs that are communications between the arterial and venous systems. Respiratory gases(oxygen and carbon dioxide)and other substances like glucose and waste…

• SCIENCE

Please explain the blood flow to the heart.Please explain the blood flow to the heart.

On average, the body has five liters of blood continually traveling through it. Blood flows through the body via the circulatory system. The circulatory system is made up largely of veins,…

• SCIENCE

How does the Gulf Stream effect climate?

The gulfstream is a surface current in the Atlantic ocean that flows northward along the east coast of the U.S. Surface currents are set in motion by the winds. This movement of water in turn…

• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

How much did Calpurnia give Jem and Scout before she took them to the church?

The answer to this question can be found in Chapter 12. I think that the answer you are looking for is that she gives each of the two kids a dime. The point of that is that they are going to put…

• JULIUS CAESAR

Who was the character in the play Julius Ceasar, that if you touched him, you would have a baby?

I think that the answer to this can be found in Act I, Scene 1. The answer is that it is a character named Antony, or Mark Antony. But it is not really right to say that just touching this guy in…

• RELIGION

Should religion and ethics be separatedShould religion and ethics be separated

Personally, I do not see how ethics and religion can possibly be separated, especially for people who believe in religion. After all, most religions have an aspect of ethics to them. They are…

• SCIENCE

Malocclusion of the teeth occurs when missing teeth create wide spaces, when teeth overlap, or when malposition of the teeth prevents correct alignment. Protrusion of the upper teeth is called…

• HISTORY

Wars often produce unintended consequences. How was that the case for the American people during…

I think maybe the biggest unintended consequence of this war was the impact that it had on the United States economy. Before the war, they had been a part of the richest empire on earth. After…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

What are some oil spill solutions?

I think that you will receive some distinct answers to this issue. It has gained much in way of traction and discussion over the last three weeks, especially given the challenge in the Gulf of…

• FAHRENHEIT 451

Does anyone have a tagline suggestion for Fahrenheit 451?I didn’t understand the story enough to…

To me, the main ideas of the story are these: Books are banned because people have become too busy and too obsessed with fast entertainment. They have short attention spans and are not patient…

• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

In to Kill a Mockingbird, Atticus says it is a sin to kill a mockingbird. Is this taken from a…

The idea that it’s a sin to kill a mockingbird is a proverb. There is no particular source for the quotation. Mockingbirds are found as far north as Canada, so it is difficult even to discern a…

• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

In To Kill a Mockingbird, there are many ideas that would lead to typical thesis statements. Can…

Maybe talk about the trail and what went wrong

• MARTIN LUTHER

in the film of Martin Luther, what were three practices of the people in the 16th century in…

-self-flagellation (whipping oneself to repent for sins) -accepting the word of god as it was translated by priests (This all changed when the printing press allowed bibles to be printed in…

• MAUS

Artie calls Vladek a “murderer.” Why does he use this word to describe his father, and is he…

Take a look at the context; Artie calls Vladek a murderer for burning Anja’s (Artie’s Mother’s) diary. Artie is racked with guilt and anger over his mother’s suicide. He is clearly torn between…

• SCIENCE

Does the labratory centrifuge determine if someone has cancer?

A centrifuge is used to spin samples that have been collected from patients. It is a piece of equipment that spins at a very high speed. The principle behind using a centrifuge is sedimentation. A…

• HISTORY

What contributions did Galileo Galilee made to the Western World?I need at least 3 solid points.

I think that probably Galileo’s most important contribution to the Western world was to help undermine the idea that religious belief should determine scientific facts. By sticking to his guns…

• MACBETH

In act 5 scene 3 what is revealed about Macbeth as a person and as a ruler?

Oppositions within Macbeth himself are revealed in Shakespeare’s Macbeth, Act 5.3. Emotionally, Macbeth is figuratively charging full ahead in accordance with the predictions made by the…

• SCIENCE

If you have been diagnosed with hypertension in the past and haven’t taken medicine in a while…

Hypertension is when the blood pressure in the arteries is dangerously elevated. When blood pressure is too high, it means that the heart has to work harder to pump the blood throughout the body….

• SPEAK

Why is it so effective that Speak is written in first person? Why is it ironic?

I find it effective because we all wander the halls of high school knowing about the girl who did that over the weekend, or in Melinda’s case, over the summer. However, it is rare that we actually…

• SPEAK

Contrast the characer of David Petrakis and Melinda in Speak.Why is David the opposite of…

David Petrakis is different, but he knows who he is and is comfortable in himself. Melinda says that David “…belongs to the Cybergenius clan. He has the potential to be cute when the braces come…

• SPEAK

How could the incident with the frog in the biology class hint at what has happened to Melinda in…

The image of the frog, lying helplessly on her back with her arms and legs pinned (literally) brings the memory of a horribly traumatic experience to Melinda’s mind. The frog is completely…

• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

In a To Kill a Mockingbird essay, what would be some solid supporting arguments for the theme of…

The two most obvious examples of injustice in To Kill a Mockingbird concern the treatment of Tom Robinson and Boo Radley. Tom is falsely accused of rape and assault; he is jailed, tried and…

• A SEPARATE PEACE

” It is an illusion that youth is happy, an illusion of those who have lost it” To what extent…

If you look at the experience of the major characters Gene and Finny, or even Leper, you will realize the truth of this quotation. Gene is shackled with jealousy of Finny from the beginning of the…

• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

How appropriate is the authors choice for the end of the novel. Why or why not would you like to…

Lee’s choice to end the novel with Atticus watching over Jem is fitting but also ironic. Atticus receives little criticism as a character, being almost the “perfect” father. Yet, if you think about…

• HISTORY

What is E.B. Sledge’s view on WWII?I need to know how the author felt about the war. I have to…

1. B. Sledge was a US marine who fought during WWII. He wrote two memoirs of his experiences, With the Old Breed:At Peleliu and Okinawa (1981) and China Marine: An Infantryman’s Life After World…

• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

Please can at least four chapters in the novel be identified that are filled with themes,…

KNOWLEDGE AND DISCOVERY. Chapter 10 expressly deals with these two themes. Jem and Scout discover that Atticus is not the “feeble” old man they imagine him to be when he displays his talent for…

• ESSAY LAB

What should my concluding sentence be?Topic: Holocaust Concentration CampsMy first paragraph is…

Okay, so you need a sentence that is going to connect these two paragraphs, right? I think that the major connection between the hard labor and the diseases is that the hard labor, along with the…

• WUTHERING HEIGHTS

Why does young Catherine now secretly sneak to Wuthering Heights?

Young Catherine has recently learned that she has cousins at Wuthering Heights — Hareton and Linton. She meets Linton and they begin corresponding with one another. Catherine’s father Edgar urges…

• A PASSAGE TO INDIA

Which thing does Fielding not do during the meeting at the club?

Fielding stands up to the British society and refrains from joining in on the collective condemnation of Aziz and other Indians. Forster in his novel, “A Passage to India,” constructs Fielding as…

• A TALE OF TWO CITIES

In Charles Dickens novel A Tale of Two Cities, what are the two cities?

Paris and London. The struggle of the French peasants at the hands of aristocracy before the revolution is depicted, and the corresponding brutality against the deposed aristocrats after the…

• LAW AND POLITICS

What is the State Florida penal code for wrongful death?

Wrongful death suits are civil actions, not to be confused with a criminal complaint. The action would be brought or the suit would be filed by the plaintiff. In all states, wrongful death…

• THE STORY OF AN HOUR

“The Story of an Hour” (Kate Chopin):Descending the stairs with her sister was supposed to be the…

In my opinion, this is a pretty grim way of looking at things. I suppose you could argue it this way, but it depends on what you call freedom. For example, I am not at all free. I have promised…

• HISTORY

What does Ed Howdershelt mean when he talks about the four boxes? as in reading between the lines.

To me, what this guy is doing is telling us what we need to do to keep our freedom. What he is saying is that we need to vote (ballot box). This makes government leaders (we would hope) pay…