The need to be informed about the â€œreal worldâ€ is a must in the administration of justice. Events occurring from day-to-day can impact your working conditions and being aware of these events is critical to be an effective actor within the administration of justice.
You will be required to submit a summary of the â€œreal-worldâ€ as gathered though Podcasts. These summaries will be submitted using Canvas Discussions.
What is a Podcast?
Podcasts are episodes of a program available on the Internet. Podcasts are usually original audio or video recordings, but can also be recorded broadcasts of a television or radio program, a lecture, a performance, or other event (iTunes).
You will need to listen a minimum three (3) episodes from a podcast that focuses on crime. There is no shortage of crime related podcasts. Some are news-based and others are true crime.
You will transpose the following headings to your submission and then respond appropriately. Instructions are listed within brackets after each heading. Do not include the instructions.
Podcast title [As it appears in the podcast]
Titles of podcast episodes listened to (with dates listened to) [be specific â€“ episode number and exact titles required]
Theme of podcast [in your own words, explain what the podcast is about]
Summary of podcast episodes [in your own words explain what each of the episode you listened to are about]
How this relates to any concept we have studied up until the submission date for this assignment [relate this podcast to the course. You must relate the podcast directly to the specific items we are discussing in the course. You must include references from textbook chapters, concepts, objectives and themes in the section].
References [cite your podcast episodes and any other resources you use here using APA format]
An incomplete list of podcasts you may want to explore
Casefile True Crime
In the Dark
My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark
Someone Knows Something
Sword and Scale
Up and Vanished