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Readings to Accompany Presentations

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    The Law and Society Committee has accumulated articles, exercises and links to other helpful materials to enhance student learning in connection with the presentations and exhibits that are a part of Law and Society Week.


The Media and the Law

"Media and Public Perceptions of Criminal Justice Public Policy Issues: Bowling for Columbine and Gun Control" by Monica Robbers




The Snitching Project

"The Real Meaning of Snitching" by Ronald Moten


Additional readings can be found on the Snitching Project wiki.



Panel Discussion on Student Warning Signs

"When Student Writing Could Be a Red Flag" by Elizabeth Redden from Insidehigered.com


"An Ethical and Legal Perspective on the Role of School Counselors in Preventing Violence in Schools" by Mary Hermann and Abbe Finn, Professional School Counseling, Oct. 2002                                          


"Suicide Lawsuits Put University In a Tight Spot" by Reni Gertner




"Lost Dreams on Canvas":  Portraits of Murder Victims

"Lost Dreams on Canvas" Exhibit description from Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts




What is GIS? 

Geospatial Powerpoint and Flyer discussing the basics of GIS as well as educational and career opportunities

GIS at CCP Overview for ESL Students 10 24 07.ppt

GIS and Geography at CCP Fall 2007 Update.doc

GIS @ CCP Information Sheet 9 17 07.pdf

Additional information available at:  http://faculty.ccp.edu/faculty/jpicardy


GIS Crime Mapping Activity

Explore the basics of crime mapping in Philadelphia ~ Activity created for GIS Day

No special software needed ~ however, internet connection is required














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