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The criminal chosen for this paper is JOHN DILLINGER.
John Dillinger Research Paper Guidelines:
- The paper is to have an introduction, body, theory and conclusion.
- Reference list and citations are to be in APA FORMAT ONLY.
- Paper is to be 5-6 pages of text material, double spaced, not including a title page or reference list.
- Proper grammar, punctuation and spelling is required.
- Paper must contain a reference list of all sources used in APA format
- Include the following in your paper:
- Introduction (1-2 paragraphs)
- Body of the paper
- Biographical sketch of the criminal selected
- Criminology theory that applies
- Why or how does this person fall under this theory?
- Conclusion (1-2 paragraphs)
Rules for writing John Dillinger Research Paper:
- No one sentence paragraphs
- When using numbers less than ten spell them out
- Check spelling
- Introduction: introduces reader to your John Dillinger
- Conclusion: summary
- Reference list should be in APA format: author, year, name of book article etc.
- Citations within paper should be authors last name, year of publication under APA rules
- Be careful when using internet sites: many have no author, nor are they credible
Overview of Gangs:
In general, gang members join gangs because they want to belong to a group of friends who are of a similar age, background, and socio-economic status. While some upper middle class Caucasian youths do join gangs, gang membership seems to be a growing trend among poverty stricken urban minorities. This paper examines the major trends in gang activity over the past thirty years, the various factors that are offered to explain these trends, which factor is most crucial, and what policy recommendation follows from this.
Major Trends in Gang Activity Over the Past Thirty Years
According to David R. Truman in his article published in the Washington University Law Quarterly, "Organized crime in America has progressed through a variety of incarnations, from the outlaw gangs of the Wild West to the glorified gangsters of the early half of this century (Al Capone, John Dillinger) to the Mafia , personified in the 1980s and 1990s by the Gambino crime family and its "Dapper Don," John Gotti". However, organized crime in America today is becoming more and more controlled by criminal street gangs.