In this assignment, synthesize theory, research, and practice to build a conceptual framework for the problem. The sources you select for your literature review must be valid and reliable. You may want to refer to the library’s Think Critically About Source Quality tutorial again as you consider the validity and reliability of the literature you select and review.
Your literature review must include two parts:
Overall, use a multicultural perspective and apply your personal, social, and professional ethics to decide what avenues to investigate. In other words, to address issues pertaining to specific populations, you must examine research conducted with that specific population or culture.
For more information on research, refer to the Library Research Handbook. For guidelines on writing a literature review, refer to the Capella Online Writing Center’s Principles and Procedures for Writing a Literature Review.
Literature Review Scoring Guide
Explains criminal justice theories that have been used to address a problem in the past and identifies assumptions on which the explanation is based.
Describes current applications of theories, styles, and models used to address a problem in a specific area of criminal justice studies and identifies assumptions on which the explanation is based.
Evaluates the relationship between the historical and contemporary leadership models and how they apply to criminal justice organizations. Identifies knowledge gaps, unknowns, missing information, unanswered questions, or areas of uncertainty (where further information could improve the analysis).
Explains how historical and contemporary policies used to address a problem have influenced or affected social change and community improvements and impartially considers conflicting evidence and/or other perspectives.
Applies a multicultural perspective in selecting the avenues for investigation and their relevance to the problem and impartially considers conflicting data and other perspectives.
Selects literature that reflects professional and social ethics and relevant professional standards and identifies assumptions on which the selection is based. Stay on same topic Racism.
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