• Terrorisim in Nigeria
    STRATEGY FOR RESOLVING THE CRISIS 6. AUTHOR Aminu Mohammed Umar 7. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME(S) AND ADDRESS(ES) Naval Postgraduate School Monterey, CA 93943-5000 9. SPONSORING /MONITORING AGENCY NAME(S) AND ADDRESS(ES) N/A 8. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPORT NUMBER 10. SPONSORING/MONITORING ...
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  • Research
    referred to as terrorism in order to develop a definition and typology of terrorism. If you are familiar with the literature on this subject, then you realize that this is a fool’s errand. There is little agreement on what constitutes and who practices terrorism even among academics; never mind the myriad...
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  • institutional racism
    racism that has continued throughout contemporary British policing from the 80’s to the present, featuring increasingly in popular media and political debates. (Newburn 2005) The growing interest in the position of ethnic minority groups in relation to the criminal justice system was the acknowledgment...
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  • Prejudice
    experiments were conducted at Dartmouth College with the help of brain-imaging equipment and some undergraduates. They found that racial prejudice makes you stupider. According to their findings, the more biased people are, the more their brain power is taxed by contact with someone of another race, as they...
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  • Reforming Triana's
    Reforming Triana’s Police Force Throughout this report, I will be advising and evaluating a number of recommendations that Ikuk Ubendi, Triana’s new Minister for Justice can introduce for an effective and efficient police force. This will help to move forward and hopefully help put an end to the political...
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  • Crime and Policising in Nigeria
    OF CONTENTS Aknowledgements v Preface Etannibi E.O. Alemika and Innocent C. Chukwuma vi Welcoming Address Tafa Balogun, Inspector General of Police, Nigeria Police Force Welcoming Remarks Innocent Chukwuma, National Coordinator, NOPRIN Opening Remarks Senator Adolphus Wabara, Senate President, Nigeria...
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  • Female Genital Mutilation
    Genital Mutilation Cases Rise Resource 2: Minister Wants Tougher Anti-FGM Action Resource 3: Alarm over FGM in Private Clinics Resource 4: Murugi Proposes Life Term for FGM Culprits African Women are Free to Choose (AWA-FC) Resource 1: Statement by AWA-FC Individuals Opposed to Criminalization Resource...
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  • Regionalism
    little systematic study of these important political parties. This volume fills the gap with an exploration of the successes and failures experienced by ethnic and regionalist parties in postwar Europe. Regionalist Parties in Western Europe looks in detail at the fortunes of twelve regionalist parties in:...
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  • Political Science 1301
    What is political Culture? Deep-seated beliefs of a particular people about government and politics -Americans are bound by common ideals Politics: the process that determines whose values will prevail in society. Government: the formal institutions through which a land and its people are ruled ...
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  • History Notes
    * California after the gold rush demands to become a state, it has enough people and wealth * The south doesn’t want this, its huge and if you let this new free state it… it will dominate congress like no other * President Zach Taylor * After he dies, real debate begins * Henry Clay ...
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  • Research Methods
    questionnaires Mark Saunders, Philip Lewis and Adrian Thornhill Learning outcomes 11.1 Introduction 11.2 An overview of questionnaire techniques 11.3 Deciding what data need to be collected 11.4 Designing the questionnaire 11.5 Administering the questionnaire 11.6 Summary Self-check questions Review and discussion...
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  • Energy Today
    Nightlife, Urban Culture, and Regeneration of Downtowns, 171 Urban Culture and City Revitalization, 172 Ethnicity and Immigration, 176 Conclusion: Ethnic and Cultural Diversity Across the Metropolis, 182 Key Concepts, 183 Discussion Questions, 184 MINORITY SETTLEMENT PATTERNS, NEIGHBORHOODS, AND COMMUNITIES...
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  • The Strange Fruit
    explorations increased, there was sensation between Europeans and many had the temptation to place Africans in the space between Man and beast. In any case, what is important for us is that antagonism between different groups let people believe in the inherent superiority of their own tribe or group. So, for...
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  • Argentina Crime
    keep countries unique, but one thing that can be compared between any nations is crime. Crime is around us. No matter if you live in the United States, China, France, or Mexico, you will experience crime. The commonality or severity may differ from one country to the next, but it is still there. This...
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  • terrorism
    we are to defeat terrorism, it is our duty, and indeed our interest, to try to understand this deadly phenomenon, and carefully to examine what works, and what does not, in fighting it.” (United Nations Secretary General, 2003). The former Secretary General also emphasized that it was just as erroneous...
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  • Perspectives on Terrorism
    constructed a list of ten “myths about terrorism.” (See electronic reserve). Which of these do you consider most salient for an understanding of contemporary terrorism? Explain your choices. Laqueur (1998) begins with what I think is one of the most important myths: Terrorism is a new and unprecedented phenomenon...
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  • Democratic Consolidation in Nigeria: Probing the Pernicious Implications of Ethno-Religious Crises in Nigeria Since 1999
    democratic dividends, have resulted in these conflicts between ethnic and religious groups in the country. In the light of all these then, can democracy thrive in an atmosphere of crises? Can Nigeria come out of ethno-religious conflicts? If so, what steps can the government take to rein in the menace of these...
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  • European history of the twentieth century
    didn´t want to have warfare civilized but that the Hague would become known as the first permanent court of international justice. ETHNIC DIVERSITY AND THE RISE OF THE GREAT NATION STATES For centuries have different tribes, with various ethnic backgrounds, languages, religions, customs up to physical...
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  • Domestic Violence
    house on the hill; the home that sits alone behind the white picket fence and becomes the envy of a neighborhood. A person looking in from the outside would most likely assume this is a tight-knit family unit; however, there are times when all the beauty in the world cannot hide the fact that a serious issue...
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  • Post-Soeharto Democratization
    beginning of a difficult and multilayered transition process. It was accompanied by intensified conflict in the political arena, a dramatic increase of ethnic and religious violence and the danger of national disintegration. Ten years after the collapse of the New Order, Indonesia has made significant progress;...
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