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The student is required to watch 4 documentary programs, throughout the semester, addressing any topic addressing juvenile delinquency. A one page double-spaced essay for each program viewed is required. The essays will consist of a synopsis of the documentaries and how the documentaries relate to class material. These types of documentaries can be found on numerous t.v./ streaming sites such as PBS, Front Line, Documentary sites, Netflix, etc. – I will upload the videos which you have to watch and then I will also upload the sample of this assignment as an example, so you can have an idea how to do it. video link: https://youtu.be/jzdTiM5wS_c https://www.pbs.org/video/chicago-tonight-new-beginning-cook-county-juvenile-temporary-detention/ https://youtu.be/urlebx3QWXk https://youtu.be/PXhyjyye-O4 sample assignment example: Making a Murderer (criminal justice system and murder) The docuseries, Making a Murderer, revolves around a man named Steven Avery who had been exonerated after spending 20 years in prison for a crime he did not commit. Upon release, he filed a suit against Manitowoc County in Wisconsin and found himself back in prison and accused of murdering a woman named Teresa Halbach. She was apparently last seen on Avery’s property, where she was to photograph a vehicle. Avery and his nephew Brendan were tried and convicted of the crime. The series explores the criminal justice system through the experience of one man, whose freedom depends on inspiring reasonable doubt of the conspiracy against him.The series suggests that Steven Avery is a victim of the criminal justice system and a scapegoat in a conspiracy orchestrated by the Manitowoc County police department to escape compensation and liability for locking up an innocent man for 20 years and then locking him up again under false prestense–to absolve themselves of culpability and the perversion of justice. After watching the series, public outcry demanded for Avery’s case to be reviewed despite the Wisconsin official’s insistence that the series neglects to present all the evidence in the case. The Innocence Files”Netflix “The Innocence Files” is a tv-show that tells the backstories of people who were wrongfully convicted of crimes. The first episode presents the case of rape and murder of a three-year-old girl in Mississippi. Courtney Smith was kidnapped from her and her sister’s bedroom. Their mother’s friend, Levon Brooks was accused of the crime, based on the witness statement. Even though Courtney’s sister was fiveyears old, her description of the man and bite mark was the main evidence. As a result, an innocent man was sentenced to life imprisonment. The show presents different cases of people of different jobs, but they all have been mistakenly accused and sentenced to imprisonment or to death.“The Innocence Files” is a part of The Innocence Project that helps people who were wrongly convicted through DNA testing to fight for freedom. They receive an incredible number of letters from prisoners every day and they’re trying to study the cases and help as many people as possible. This show is proof of how wrong the criminal justice system is.I think “The Innocence Files” can relate to our class material about “Crime and Justice” and specifically “Unjust System of Justice”. Laws, police, the judicial process, and the correctional system express bias against certain groups of people. Some laws discriminate particular categories of people according to their income, age, or race. Since minorities and the poor usually don’t have the resources and access to lawmaking, laws are often unfairly aimed at them.The tv-show “Innocence Files” is an excellent example of how unfair and biased the system of justice is in the world and especially in the United States. I think it is important to support projects like “Innocence Project” because some groups of people can’t fight for their freedom due to the lack of resources. Fahrenheit 9/11 is another documentary by writer, director, filmmaker and star Michael Moore. This film focused on the topic of war, more specifically the Iraq War and the presidency of George W. Bush. Moore points out the flaws in the decision to go war, shining a light on the financial incentive encouraging America to go to war with Iraq. The complexities that are intertwined with the decision to go to war was covered extensively throughout the film. To convince the American people to get behind the war took a lot of convincing which was helped by The Bush Administration’s fear mongering. Oil being the key incentive, it’s clear to see that there was an alternative motive awry. This film wasn’t a critique of the military however more about the idea of war and the greed that can face countries trying to get more financial resources. Michael Moore’s thorough analysis of Bush’s decision to go to war brought up a lot of issues about the function of conflict. War, in the past, has been the theme of history. War is still a prevalent problem that faces all societies. War has many functions, suffering being an outcome. The Iraq War could have been seen as a war for, “Economic Gain” (Henslin, Social Problems, 447). This pseudo imperialism is worrying considering we sacrificed lives for financial profits. Some of the “Seven Sparks Of War” (Henslin, Social Problems, 442) can be seen in Iraq such as revenge and prestige. This egotism that follows those with power is what causes conflict, this being pointed out in Moore’s film will hopefully, keep unnecessary wars like this from happening in the future.

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