Examining the prison sentences given by mock jurors of different ethnicities and whether the sentence varies depending on the ethnicity of the offenders.

Introduction Racial bias in both the criminal justice system and in lay judgements has been a prevalent finding in psychological and criminal law research. In particular, through analyzing murder cases in Georgia (USA), Baldus, Pulaski, and Woodworth (1983) found that Read More …

How Mass Media Influences Social Norms

Mass media is defined as any communication channel reaching a large number of people simultaneously. It includes Television, newspapers, radio, billboards, films, books, internet, smart media and many others (Dominick &Wimmer, 2013, p.2). In order to understand mass media, a Read More …

The interaction of people living in the English speaking caribbean is constrained by experiences in their shared historical past. Assess the validity of this statement in light of the central ideas postulated in any two caribbean social theories.

The interaction of people living in the English speaking caribbean is constrained by experiences in their shared historical past. Assess the validity of this statement in light of the central ideas postulated in any two caribbean social theories. [purchase_link id=”541″ Read More …