Client’s Name Instructor’s Name Course Name/Course Number 30 Oct. 2011 Essay Proposal for Race/Crime Relationship The analysis of the relationship between race and crime rates is an ongoing subject of interest in various disciplines. Sociologists look to the data as measures of the effects of poverty, class and discrimination as the reasons to study such a relationship. Economists use the phenomenon as a basis on which to measure the monetary effects that crime has on society. Criminologists study the relationship of crime and race in order to better determine outcomes or to locate trends in the various natures of crimes. Regardless, every industrialized country maintains statistical data on crimes divided by numerous demographical data,...The end:
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