Crime and the Education Factor
The purpose of this project is to re-examine whether or not the
level of education of a person possesses impacts how likely they
will commit a crime. Past studies have found that as education
increases, willingness to commit crime decreases. The results of the studies
would add to public conversations about the benefits of increasing the
education of the population and its impact on its crime rate.
The Real Cost of an iPhone
While the cost of personal devices keeps on rising and hurting our
wallet, do we know the real cost the phone has on society? This
infographic public service announcement lists the components of
the iPhone and countries that they are from, listing human rights violations
that the company has been involved in.
What Motivates Hackers to Commit Crime?
Cyber crime has become the most dangerous crime to occur in the
past decade. Millions of personal information and billions of dollars
are at risk at all times. What motivates these individuals to hack
into a database? A computer hacker could cause a catastrophe across the globe.
But what makes them want to do such damage? Is there a reward? Do they feel
a sense of pride when they steal millions of people’s personal information? The
purpose of this study is to examine why hackers do what they do by surveying this
Concealed Carry on Campus
With the legal age of carrying being 21 years or older, many
college or university students legally have a license to carry
concealed and legally own a handgun. The purpose this study is to
determine if students had the right to carry concealed on campus, would they?
Likewise, would fellow students feel safer if their classmates were allowed to
carry on campus?
Drugs in Sports
This presentation will explore the use of drugs in sports between
the years 2018 to 2020. Through use of a content analysis, articles
published in American newspapers about professional athletes and
steroids were coded to identify certain themes.