CJUS 701 Everest College Colorado South Africa Justice System Presentation I NEED EXPERTS AT APA 7TH EDITION writing styles on a graduate level…. please

CJUS 701 Everest College Colorado South Africa Justice System Presentation I NEED EXPERTS AT APA 7TH EDITION writing styles on a graduate level…. please dont bid if ur not familiar with apa 7th edition By studying the nation of South Africa, you will gain an understanding of the tumultuous history of South Africa and the development of the country’s political system and government. You will also gain knowledge about the various criminal justice systems of the police, judiciary, law, juvenile justice, and corrections, as well as critical issues facing South Africa in its justice system. You will gain further understanding the major concerns still facing South Africa, post-apartheid, that may impact the people of South Africa and their justice system in the future. CJUS 701
SCENARIO POWERPOINT PRESENTATION INSTRUCTIONS
This assignment will be very similar to the Mini-Scenario Research Paper Project. However, it is our
desire that not only do you become a great researcher, you become an “expert of the presentation.”
When you earn your PhD you may find yourself in a teaching role. In fact, maybe you will be teaching
Comparative Criminal Justice Systems! This series of PowerPoint presentations will be a great start in
your class preparation.
In this assignment you will find yourself in various countries as a criminal! In the scenario and analysis
you create you will truly be an international criminal. The “crime” committed can be of your choosing is
long as it is illegal in the country we are studying. You will find that this very deep dive into the criminal
justice systems of each country we study will help you become a world criminal justice system expert.
The following is your prompt for the setting of your PowerPoint Presentation:
1) You are a US Citizen that is travelling to the country we are studying
2) You arrive at the country
3) You commit a crime
a. Make the crime interesting enough to write about
b. Make the crime of a nature that you will work through the country’s criminal justice
system
c. Do not get caught up in the detail of the crime at the expense of the analysis – this will
lead to failure of the assignment!
4) You are caught by the country’s law enforcement officers
5) You do not have diplomatic immunity and the country is balking at any means of negotiation with
the US for your release from the crime and subsequent punishment
The following is an outline of what you should cover in your presentation:
1) Begin your presentation with a brief analysis of the following elements:
a. Country analysis
i. Introduction to the country
ii. People and society of the country
iii. Economy
iv. Transnational issues (if applicable) that may impact law enforcement
v. Relations with the United States
b. What is the basic government structure and its relationship to the criminal justice system
c. What is the “legal family” or basis of law in the country
d. What are the major components of the criminal justice system in the country
1) Please explain the following elements:
a. What crime did you commit? How were you caught? In other words, briefly set up
the scenario.
b. Explain the country specific law
c. Explain from first contact through arrest and questioning your experience with the
country’s law enforcement officials
d. Explain the detention process you will experience as a foreign national for the crime
you committed
e. Explain the judicial process you’ll experience for the crime you committed
f. Explain the detention, corrections, and/or incarceration process you’ll experience for
the crime you committed
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1) Provide an analysis on:
a. The effectiveness of the criminal justice system in the country
b. The human rights perspective of how you were treated through the lens of the
country where you were caught
c. A Holy Bible comparison/analysis of the criminal justice system of the country
where you were caught
Prepare a 10 to 17 slide PowerPoint Presentation. Title slide(s) and reference slide(s) do not count toward
the slide count. The vast slide count difference is due to the fact that some countries are quite easy to
study and some countries have very limited information. In some instances there will be a plethora of
information and you must use skilled writing to maintain proper slide count. Please keep in mind that this
is a doctoral level presentation. Your research must go beyond the mere textbook and have a minimum of
8 scholarly sources. The Holy Bible should be used at least once in the PowerPoint presentation. Each
slide (of the 10 to 17 slides) must have 200 to 350 words of bulleted or paragraph speakers notes (in
speaker notes section of the slide build). The slides should be professional and not cluttered with too
many words. The sources should be reflected in the speaker notes, slides, and “reference section slide”.
Additionally, you, the student, should use animations, transitions, and graphics to reflect PhD level
research. Please review the grading rubric when forming your presentation. Sources should reflect
scholarly work but may include .gov information is there is an author or if the information comes from a
valid government research database (think CIA or State Department).
Each Mini-Scenario PowerPoint Project is due by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Sunday when assigned.
Due Dates:



Mini-Scenario PowerPoint Project One: France – Module/Week Two
Mini-Scenario PowerPoint Project Two: South Africa – Module/Week Four
Mini-Scenario PowerPoint Project Three: China – Module/Week Six
CJUS 701
SCENARIO RESEARCH PAPER PROJECT INSTRUCTIONS
In this assignment you will find yourself in various countries as a criminal! In the scenario and
analysis you create you will truly be an international criminal. The “crime” committed can be of
your choosing is long as it is illegal in the country we are studying. You will find that this very
deep dive into the criminal justice systems of each country we study will help you become a
world criminal justice system expert.
The following is your prompt for the setting of your paper:
1) You are a US Citizen that is travelling to the country we are studying
2) You arrive at the country
3) You commit a crime
a. Make the crime interesting enough to write about
b. Make the crime of a nature that you will work through the country’s criminal
justice system
c. Do not get caught up in the detail of the crime at the expense of the analysis – this
will lead to failure of the assignment!
4) You are caught by the country’s law enforcement officers
5) You do not have diplomatic immunity and the country is balking at any means of
negotiation with the US for your release from the crime and subsequent punishment
The following is an outline of what you should cover in your paper:
1) Begin your paper with a brief analysis of the following elements:
a. Country analysis
i. Introduction to the country
ii. People and society of the country
iii. Economy
iv. Transnational issues (if applicable) that may impact law enforcement
v. Relations with the United States
b. What is the basic government structure and its relationship to the criminal justice
system
c. What is the “legal family” or basis of law in the country
d. What are the major components of the criminal justice system in the country
2) Please explain the following elements:
a. What crime did you commit? How were you caught? In other words, briefly set
up the scenario.
b. Explain the country specific law
c. Explain from first contact through arrest and questioning your experience with the
country’s law enforcement officials
d. Explain the detention process you will experience as a foreign national for the
crime you committed
e. Explain the judicial process you’ll experience for the crime you committed
f. Explain the detention, corrections, and/or incarceration process you’ll experience
for the crime you committed
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3) Provide an analysis on:
a. The effectiveness of the criminal justice system in the country
b. The human rights perspective of how you were treated through the lens of the
country where you were caught
c. A Holy Bible comparison/analysis of the criminal justice system of the country
where you were caught
Each research paper should be a minimum of 8 to 12 pages. The vast difference in page count is
due to the fact that some countries are quite easy to study and some countries have very limited
information. In some instances there will be a plethora of information and you must use skilled
writing to maintain proper page count. Please keep in mind that this is doctoral level analysis
and writing – you are to take the hard-earned road – the road less travelled – the scholarly road in
forming your paper.
The paper must use current APA style, and the page count does not include the title page,
abstract, reference section, or any extra material. The minimum elements of the paper are listed
above.
You must use the following sources:





At least 8 recent, peer reviewed sources: some countries may have more recent research
articles than others
2 verses/citations from the Holy Bible
1 newspaper article
Books may be used but are considered “additional: sources beyond the stated minimums.
You may use .gov sources as your recent, relevant, and academic sources as long as the
writing is academic in nature (authored works).
Again, this paper must reflect graduate level research and writing style. If you need to go over
the maximum page count you must obtain professor permission in advance! Please reference the
Research Paper Rubric when creating your research paper.
Each Mini-Scenario Research Paper Project is due by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Sunday when assigned.
Due Dates:




Mini-Scenario Research Paper Project One: England – Week One
Mini-Scenario Research Paper Project Two: Japan – Week Three
Mini-Scenario Research Paper Project Three: Russia – Week Five
Mini-Scenario Research Paper Project Four: Islamic States – Week Seven
SAMPLE APA-7 PAPER FOR GRADUATE/DOCTORAL STUDENTS
Sample APA Paper: Professional Format for Graduate/Doctoral Students
Claudia S. Sample
School of Behavioral Sciences, Liberty University
Author Note
Claudia S. Sample
I have no known conflict of interest to disclose.
Correspondence concerning this article should be addressed to Claudia S. Sample
Email: cssample123456789@liberty.edu
Created by Christy Owen of Liberty University’s Online Writing Center
onlinewriting@liberty.edu; last date modified: April 6, 2020
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Table of Contents
(Only Included for Easy Navigation; Hyperlinked for Quick Access)
Sample APA Paper: Professional Format for Graduate/Doctoral Students ……………………………… 6
APA 7th Requires Level 2 Headings in Your Introduction Section, if Any …………………… 6
Remember to Include Two Subheading Levels ………………………………………………………… 6
Basic Rules of Scholarly Writing ……………………………………………………………………………………… 7
Brief Summary of Changes in APA-7 ………………………………………………………………………………… 8
Running Head, Author Note, and Abstract …………………………………………………………………………. 9
Basic Formatting Elements …………………………………………………………………………………………….. 10
Font ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 10
Line Spacing ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… 10
Spaces After Punctuation …………………………………………………………………………………….. 10
Footnotes …………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 11
Heading Levels—Level 1 ………………………………………………………………………………………………. 11
Level 2 Heading …………………………………………………………………………………………………. 12
Level 3 Heading ………………………………………………………………………………………. 12
Level 4 Heading. …………………………………………………………………………… 12
Level 5 Heading …………………………………………………………………. 12
Specific Elements of Academic Papers ……………………………………………………………………………. 13
Tables of Contents and Outlines …………………………………………………………………………… 13
Annotated Bibliographies ……………………………………………………………………………………. 13
Appendices ………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 14
Crediting Your Sources………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 14
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Paraphrasing and Direct Quotes……………………………………………………………………………. 14
Paraphrasing ……………………………………………………………………………………………. 15
Block Quotes …………………………………………………………………………………………… 16
How Often to Cite Your Source in Each Paragraph ………………………………………………… 16
Rule for Omitting the Year of Publication ……………………………………………………………… 17
Arranging the Order of Resources in Your Citations ………………………………………………. 17
Two Works by the Same Author in the Same Year …………………………………………………. 17
Two Works by Two Different Authors with the Same Last Name ……………………………. 18
Three or More Authors Cited In-Text ……………………………………………………………………. 18
Number of Authors in the Reference List ………………………………………………………………. 18
Numbers ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 19
Displaying Titles of Works in-Text …………………………………………………………………………………. 19
Primary Sources versus Secondary Sources ……………………………………………………………………… 19
Personal Communications ……………………………………………………………………………………………… 20
Resources Canonically Numbered Sections (i.e., the Bible and Plays) …………………………………. 20
Bible and other Classical Works …………………………………………………………………………… 21
Plays …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 21
Lectures and PowerPoints ………………………………………………………………………………………………. 22
Dictionary Entries …………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 22
Changes in Reference Entries …………………………………………………………………………………………. 23
Electronic Sources ………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 23
Adding Color ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 24
Self-Plagiarism ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 24
SAMPLE APA-7 PAPER FOR GRADUATE/DOCTORAL STUDENTS
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Final Formatting Tweaks ……………………………………………………………………………………………….. 25
Exhaustive Reference List Examples & Additional Helpful Resources ………………………………… 26
Conclusion …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 28
References ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 30
Appendix ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 40
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Abstract
Begin your abstract at the left margin. This is the only paragraph that should not be indented.
Unless otherwise instructed, APA recommends an abstract be no more than 250 words. It should
generally not contain any citations or direct quotes. This should be a tight, concise summary of
the main points in your paper, not a step-by-step of what you plan to accomplish in your paper.
Avoid phrases such as “this paper will,” and just structure your sentences to say what you want
to say. The following three sentences exemplify a good abstract style: There are many
similarities and differences between the codes of ethics for the ACA and the AACC. Both include
similar mandates in the areas of —-, —, and —. However, each differs significantly in the areas
of —, —, and —. For more detailed information, see “Writing an Abstract” at
https://www.liberty.edu/casas/academic-success-center/wp-content/uploads/sites/28/2019/04/
Writing_an_Abstract_Revised_2012.pdf (note that you would not include any links in your
abstract). This is just now at 168 words, so eyeball how brief your abstract must be. Think of
your paper as a movie you want to sound enticing, and the abstract as the summary of the plot
you would share to draw people’s interest into wanting to come and see your movie. You want to
really hook and intrigue them. What you have to say is important! Remember to stay under 250,
words. Keywords highlight the search terms someone would use to find your paper in a database.
Keywords: main words, primary, necessary, search terms
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Sample APA Paper: Professional Format for Graduate/Doctoral Students
The title of your paper goes on the top line of the first page of the body (American
Psychological Association [APA], 2019, section 2.11). It should be centered, bolded, and in title
case (all major words—usually those with four+ letters—should begin with a capital letter)—see
p. 51 of your Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association: Seventh Edition
(APA, 2019; hereinafter APA-7). It must match the title that is on your title page (see last line on
p. 32). As shown in the previous sentence, use brackets to denote an abbreviation within
parentheses (bottom of p. 159). Write out the full name of an entity or term the first time
mentioned before using its acronym (see citation in first sentence in this paragraph), and then use
the acronym throughout the body of the paper (section 6.25).
APA 7th Requires Level 2 Headings in Your Introduction Section, if Any
There are many changes in APA-7. One to mention here is that APA-7 allows writers to
include subheadings within the introductory section (APA, 2019, p. 47). Since APA-7 now
regards the title, abstract, and term “References” to all be Level-1 headings, a writer who opts to
include headings in his or her introduction must begin with Level-2 headings as shown above
(see section 2.27) for any divisions within the introductory section.
Remember to Include Two Subheading Levels
If you do choose to include headings in your introduction section (which is optional), be
sure to include two or more subheadings, since APA (2019) forbids stand-alone heading levels.
A second notable change in APA-7 is that writers are no longer required to cite their source every
single sentence that content from it is mentioned (section 8.1). As demonstrated in this paper,
since all of the content (other than the examples included for illustration and reference-entry
variation purposes) comes directly from the APA-7 itself, citations to the APA-7 are only
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