Academic analysis of how the US prison system is designed to hurt the poor

Must be a minimum of 9-10 pages (NOT counting cover page or bibliography). For every page that your paper is short, you will lose 10%. A simple way to know if you have enough words, if you have 2500 words in the body of your paper, youre probably okay. Anything less, and youre probably short.

The instructions are simple you must pick a topic, any topic that is covered in either one of your textbooks, and write an extensive research paper on it. Your paper MUST be about an issue weve covered in either of the books or our course quizzes. Your topic should NOT be broad, such as “Im going to write about street crime” but instead should be very narrow such as “Im going to do a comparative analysis on how income levels in Chicago have affected crime in certain neighborhoods” (for example).

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Your paper must contain at least 10 sources and they MUST be academic journal sources, such as journals on criminology, sociology, criminal justice, crime and economics. IT CANNOT be a blog, a random website, or anything that is not newsworthy.

Format of the paper

Pg 1. Introduction of the topic
Pg 2-4. Explanation of why the topic is relevant, YOU MUST REFER TO AT LEAST 2 THEORIES WEVE DISCUSSED IN OUR BOOKS
Pg 5-7 Academic analysis, what other academics are saying about your topic this is the heavy research portion of your paper
Pg 8 -10 your analysis, your personal reaction, and finally the conclusion

A bibliography MUST accompany the paper, but it does not count toward the final page count.


For the final paper topic I would like to write an academic analysis of how the United States justice system confines the poor and lower class to the prison system, avoids criminalizing the rich and provide some numbers and details about why this issue is so prominent in the US. One great source for this topic is the book entitled: “The Rich Get Richer and the Poor Get Prison” by Jeffrey Reiman.

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