When people talk about the value of criminological theory in the criminal justice system, theory guides the development of policy and programs allowing for the prevention of crime, improvement in public safety, and programs and policy to reduce recidivism. Criminological theory, even those earliest of theories, have come to influence society. However, as your readings highlight, one of the pressing challenges is that for many people, theory is abstract—it is all academic. Therefore, it is important that you learn what theory looks like in practice.
In this assignment, you will further develop your presentation and analytical skills. Specifically, you will create a 8-slide presentation that visually describes theory. For example, what does social disorganization look like? What does broken windows look like? What does routine activities theory look like? Your task is to explain selected criminological theory through a visual presentation.
The specific steps are as follows:
Select 3 of the theories covered in your readings.
Intestinal sickness is a hazardous infection and is broad in the tropical and subtropical districts primarily around the equator. Jungle fever is a protozoan malady and transmitted through contaminated female anopheles mosquitoes. There are five Plasmodium species which can contaminate individuals specifically Plasmodium falciparum (Pf), Plasmodium vivax (Pv), Plasmodium malariae (Pm), Plasmodium ovale (Po) and Plasmodium knowlesi (Pk). In India, Pf and Pv are similarly adding to the jungle fever trouble in the nation, however a continuous increment in Pf cases is seen since most recent five years. As per NVBDCP, around 0.88 million intestinal sickness cases were accounted for in India and among them 0.46 million are Pf cases as it is progressively harmful (NVBDCP 2013). The most elevated number of intestinal sickness cases announced in India were from Odisha (25.6%) trailed by Chhattisgarh (13.3%), Jharkhand (11.6%), Madhya Pradesh (8.7%), Gujarat (6.7%), Maharashtra (5.2%), different states (14.3%) and North Eastern states, which contributes 8.3% jungle fever cases in the nation (NVBDCP-2013). Previously, chloroquine (CQ) was compelling for treating almost all intestinal sickness cases. Be that as it may, CQ obstruction of Pf was first announced in Assam, India in 1973 (Sehgal et al.1973) and number of concentrates until 1977 demonstrated boundless nearness of CQ opposition Pf in Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram and Nagaland. From that point forward medication opposition has been accounted for from a few different pieces of the nation (Dua et al; 2003, Baruah et al; 2005, Valecha et al; 2009). Epidemiological examinations have likewise affirmed the relationship of CQ obstruction wi>GET ANSWER