What kind of interventions (changes) can be made in policing to stop the ongoing reproduction of white privilege and black disenfranchisement?
We understand that the reproduction of white social supremacy, (which is the disparate subordination of people of color compared to whites,) is also perpetuated by other institutions like education systems, financial systems, real estate markets, and the family. However, we are asking you to focus on policing.
Grading rubric (what you will be graded on)
Directly answering the question;
Demonstrate an understanding of the readings;
Using your own scholarly sources retrieved from the electronic library;
Proper length and format (a page means approximately 250 words, double-spaced, in 12 point Courier or Times Roman font, with one inch margins all around);
Accuracy of spelling and grammar (use spell-check and then proofread a printed draft of your paper for spelling, grammar and structural problems);
Use of properly cited quotations or references when referring to the book, articles or other reading material;
Name at the top of the first page (there is no need for a title page, a cover or a folder).
HELPFUL POINT: In a scholarly essay, if you quote from the book, or from some other source, you should include the citations in the essay.
It could appear as follows: Most “racial and ethnic minorities in the United States live in California, Texas, New York, Florida and Illinois” (Walker, Spohn and DeLone, 2014, p. 14). or According to Walker, Spohn and DeLone (2015, p. 14) most “racial and ethnic minorities in the United States live in California, Texas, New York, Florida and Illinois.”
If you don’t use a direct quotation, just their idea which you put in your own words, then you don’t need the page number, just the author and date. At the end of the essay you should list the references or bibliographic sources that you cited.
Each listing should include the author(s), date, title, source or publisher and place of publication. For example: MacIntosh, P. (1998). White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack.
In P. Rothenberg (Ed.), Race, Class and Gender in the United States: an Integrated Study (pp. 165-169). New York: St. Martin’s Press. Tyler, T. (2015).
Policing in Black and White: Ethnic Group Differences in Trust and Confidence in the Police. Police Quarterly, 8(3)322-342. 1.
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