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    Wikipedia: Content and Accuracy What is Wikipedia? Wikipedia is a public website for people to write or search useful information. New information is updated on this site every hour. Anyone can contribute and edit information on this website. It is encouraged and designed for them to do so. To make sure that every fact added to the site is resourceful, Wikipedia has administrators and a judicial committee. These special groups keep track of poor information. Wikipedia is primarily based off of…

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    should do so on their own homes” on the otherhand individuals from poorer areas made comments such as “graffiti is art and can be enjoyed publicly”. Henry, (2012) argued that because of these conflicting opinions, the levels of vandalism is affected, increasing vandalism in poor areas and reducing it in wealthy locations. Cohen, (1955) would say that individuals become involved in these crimes due to being part of a sub-culture. The Graffiti movement began in New York during the 1960s and then…

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    to “N.H. City Sounds a Curfew Horn” by Brian MacQuarrie, citizens believe that curfew regulations keep children off the streets at night (1). This statement proves that curfew laws are reasonable because nobody wants kids running around causing vandalism. Next, the article, “Be Home by Curfew” by the Baltimore Sun Newspaper states, “Young people are far less likely to get into trouble” (1). This also proves curfew laws are doing their job, which is keeping kids out of trouble. If the curfew…

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    saw these targets as a way to easily save money. Others just saw these abandoned buildings and vehicles as targets for vandalism that wouldn’t physically harm individuals. Finally, the offenders saw this behavior as something that they could get away with. With a lack of capable guardians, nothing and nobody was there to catch them and punish them for their looting or vandalism. The vacant stores had no actual people to prevent these crimes. If stores didn’t have cameras or any form of…

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    and justice. Anybody who destroys this sacraded item should be fined, and sentenced to prison. Johnson was very fortunate that his actions did not violate the first Amendment, the Supeme Court should of locked him up for a very long time under vandalism. This incident had a bad impact on our society, when our Country watched Jonson get away with it, it became a popular thing to…

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    year-round schools. In addition, year-round schools decrease the amount of vandalism to the buildings. Since children are in school consistently, they don’t have the time to vandalize buildings. Also, school buildings are always being used, so it is difficult to vandalize the buildings. In California districts, they saw a decrease of vandalism and school burglaries in year-round schools (Worthen). Because of the decrease of vandalism, the district saves money since they do not have to fix the…

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    of topics. The website's information is a collaboration of people ideas and research. The site allows anyone to edit the information on the articles. Because anyone can edit the article this often can lead to wrong information and sometimes even vandalism on the site. Wikipedia is visited by millions of people daily and is often used by students for research of many different topics for projects, research papers, etc. And because the site can be edited by anyone, frequently wrong information can…

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    One common form of violence that occurs among children in public and private facilities around the globe is bullying. Bullying can cause kids to fear and dread going to school and can inhibit a student's ability to learn. In extreme cases, bullying may lead to school shootings and even suicide. There is evidence to support the claim that bullying was a contributing factor in the shootings at the Columbine High School and Santana High School shootings. Bullying involves a sense of…

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    cameras allow school security personnel to do more job-specific work, which saves money in the long run since the mundane tasks will be performed by the security system. o Money is also saved from insurance premiums by the reduced burglaries and vandalism. However, costs remain and these must be faced with each security system installation: o The initial set-up costs, plus maintenance and personnel costs may be too large for the school district. o Privacy rights must be…

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    without the search warrant. If Jeff accompanied Clyde, he wouldn’t have been cocky and made it so obvious that the evidence of the red paint used in the vandalism was found by leaving the trash can tipped over and open on the ground. Therefore, Henry would not have noticed that the police had gained insight that he was the one who had caused the vandalism, and without informing his boss of the problem, would have stayed alive. The police would find away around the warrant and find Henry…

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