.What similarities do honor killings have with other forms of interpersonal crime?
There is 3 set of discussion questions that need to be answer each set should equal out to 1 page. I have numbered each question and attached the links that need to be used when answering the questions. Please use all sources attached to the documents. Each set of question has 2 links at the end to be used. First Set of Questions! Prior to beginning work on this discussion, read Are Honor Killings Simply Domestic Violence (Links to an external site.) and ‘Honour’ Crimes are Domestic Abuse, Plain and Simple (Links to an external site.). Respond to each of the
following questions: 1. Are honor killings simply domestic violence? 2.What similarities do honor killings have with other forms of interpersonal crime? 3.What differences do they exhibit? 4.In your opinion, what is the best way for the criminal justice system to treat and respond to honor killings? Support your opinion with credible evidence derived from at least one scholarly source. https://www.meforum.org/2067/are-honor-
killings-simply-domestic-violence https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2012/mar/21/honour-crime-domestic-abuse Second Set of Questions Prior to beginning work on this discussion, watch Inside USA – Rise of hate, Part 1 (Links to an external site.) and read Number of U.S. Hate Groups is Rising, Report Says (Links to an external site.). Were you aware of the number and range of recognized hate groups in
these states? This video helps us learn about hate groups in the United States. In addition, please visit the Teaching Tolerance (Links to an external site.) website and view the Interactive Hate Map (Links to an external site.) or Hap Map by State (Links to an external site.). Please review the maps or list for the state in which you live, or a state of your choice. Respond to each of the following questions: 1.Were you aware of the number and range of recognized hate groups in these states? 2.What is it that might motivate individuals to associate with these types of groups? 3.As you have now learned, most individuals are a target of these groups in one way or another. How does this targeting turn to hate crime? 4.How has identifying hate crimes and prosecuting them evolved? Third Set of Questions Prior to beginning work on this discussion, read Chapters 9 and 10 from the textbook. Additionally, read the US Department of Justice and US Department of Education report, Indicators of School Crime and Safety: 2011 (Links to an external site.). As you learn in the readings, media reports of school crime tend to create misconceptions of a danger that is actually quite small for the overwhelming majority of school users. In fact, given the number of students, teachers, and other personnel in schools on any given day, it is quite astounding how few violent episodes there are. After reading the report, please address each of the following: 1.What statistic in the report surprised you about school crime and safety? Please refer to a specific statistic found on the site and cite it properly. Tell us why this statistic surprised you, confirmed your belief, etc. 2.In 81% of violent, targeted
school attacks, at least one person knew someone was conceiving of or planning an attack. In most cases, no one came forward with this information. Why might someone hesitate to come forward? 3.What are some significant differences between school shootings and mass shootings in the general population (for example, the Colorado movie theatre shooting or the Orlando nightclub shooting)? 4.Discuss the
challenges inherent in preventing mass shootings in schools, the workplace, and the general public. Are there any proven strategies to help control this type of violence? 5.What ideological differences might interfere with making meaningful criminal justice reform to prevent mass shootings? 6.What are some other barriers to criminal justice reform Indicators of School Crime and Safety: 2011 (bjs.gov)