My topic is Gun Violence
The focus of the capstone project is to solve a contemporary social and criminal justice issue through the application of information from a variety of related fields, which may include sociology, law, psychology, and ethics. In developing a proposed solution to a modern social and criminal justice issue, you are encouraged to use scholarly and primary sources, multimedia, and interviews with professionals in the field (if possible) to identify and devise a workable plan.
Within the Final Capstone Project, complete the following:
The paper must be at least 20 pages in length, excluding title and reference pages, and formatted according to APA style. You must use at least ten scholarly resources (at least four of which can be found in the Ashford Online Library) other than the textbook to support your claims. You may consider referencing documentaries, contemporary news reports, multimedia, and interviews with professionals in the field. Cite your sources within the text of your paper and on the reference page. For information regarding APA, including samples and tutorials, visit the Ashford Writing Center, located within the Learning Resources tab on the left navigation toolbar.
Writing the Final Capstone Project
The Final Capstone Project:
THESIS You need to refine your thesis as to what you are trying to state.
b) What evidence do you have that gun control regulations introduced by the Obama administration has reduced crimes.
c) Do you have a cite to these regulations. I was under the belief that gun control legislation proposed by the President have not passed due to opposition in Congress.
d) Is a resource from 1993 still relevant today?
e) Are you are proposing stricter background checks (with which I would agree) or are you proposing another form of gun control?
f) How do you answer those who claim background checks and other controls violate the Second Amendment?
Do you feel also that stricter laws on weapons could also cost innocent victims their lives also? We must remember that before guns, bad guys still found ways to kill people. It’s not the object we must focus on, in my belief, it’s the mentality of our culture we need work on.
; I do believe in “making noise” about this issue of gun control. Instead of asking of the President, do you think we should start within? Like our local legislators? National leaders? Federal leaders? International leaders? Do you think if we pass a uniform law that is the same EVERYWHERE, maybe we would have a better chance in making The a threw f are suggestions from classmates and the instructor.