Develop a plan for a qualitative analysis, addressing the quantitative study of the fear of crime. Use the results of the survey conducted in the Week 3 Project to develop a qualitative exploration of the topic.
Be sure that your qualitative planning analysis includes answers to the following questions:
Review the findings from the quantitative portion of the study, in the Week 3 Project.
Identify areas worthy of further study, based on the quantitative portion. Your qualitative plan should endeavor to further examine those areas.
Present your research questions for the qualitative analysis and describe how you will organize them.
Explain where and how you will gather your data from the qualitative study for your qualitative analysis.
Describe the resources you would need to do the research on your chosen research topic.
Analyze whether you would need approval from an IRB before conducting your study.
Discuss the potential problems or obstacles you are likely to face when you carry out the research.
will explore how Cultural Criminology (CC) could be of use in the understanding of the radical group Antifa. To what extent can CC add to our knowledge of Antifa? As part of this essay other theories from authors such as Weber and Spencer will also be looked at to see if they reinforce some of the insights. Abstract American politics, which has been a huge influence on world politics in general, has become increasingly vitriolic in the last few years. American politics has always been raucous, and in the sixties and seventies was extremely violent. However there is a possibility that the new American political violence is different to what has gone before. The difference may be that violence itself has become more accepted in political discussion and advocacy, compared to the 60’s and 70’s. The discourse has become more aggressive, and the notion of using physical violence against an opponent has almost become respectable. Antifa openly advocates violence in political activity. The dissertation represents an attempt to find a theoretical approach to this phenomenon using Cultural Criminology. Rationale In this project I will explore the extent to which CC might provide a useful research strategy for the analysis and evaluation of Antifa. I will look briefly at other theoretical insights to see if they can be reinforced by linkage with CC. It has been argued that certain political groups on the left have shifted towards violence and have become extremists, provoking the police, starting riots, and using tactics to silence the opposition. In this project I want to investigate this violent political activist group, who were disavowed by many on the left and labelled as a Terrorist Group by the US Government (Petitions.whitehouse.gov, 2018) The project will contain analysis and evaluation of the following: 1. History of Antifa, where they started, where they are now 2. Ideology. Activities, and theoretical interpretations 3. An analysis of Antifa based on Cultural Criminological theories, with specific reference to the riots in Charlottesville and Berkeley, in partial relation to other theories, exploring how CC might be used to explain them Introduction>GET ANSWER