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  • A Study Of The Negro Policeman: Book Review

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    A Study of the Negro Policeman: Book Review Nicholas Alex, assistant professor of sociology at The City University of New York, holds a Ph.D. from the New School for Social Research and a B.S. from the Wharton School. He was formerly a research assistant with the Russell Sage Foundation, an instructor at Adelphi University, and has had working experience in his academic specialty-the sociology of professions and occupations-while an industrial engineer in the aircraft industry, later as

  • Cops

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    dividing line, the frontiers are shown by barracks and police stations. In the colonies it is the policeman and the soldier who are the officinal, instituted go-betweens, the spokesmen of the settler and his rule of oppression... In the capitalist countries a multitude of moral teachers, counselors and "bewilders" separate the exploited from those in power. In the colonial countries, on the contrary, the policeman and the soldier, by their immediate presence aid their frequent and direct action maintain

  • Television and Media - Stereotypes, Stereotyping and the Media

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    Stereotypes and the Media “Hey isn’t that Reverend Camden's daughter? I thought she was a Christian!” “Isn’t her dad a policeman?” “What! The President's daughters were arrested for drinking?” These are statements that are frequently made by people like myself. I expect more from my peers whose fathers have jobs as prominent moral leaders because of the way the media portrays them. Our society places higher standards on pastors of Christian church, a policemen, and the President

  • Sexism in the English Language

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    people" and at the same time "a male human being." Wyfman became "a female human being" and then later woman came about. Yes, later on in English as the language evolves further when compounding word came about, we had terms such as chairman, policeman, fireman, lineman, and others. Many assumed the generic "man" term to include all. According to Old English as stated earlier, "man" meant to include both genders. Later in the 1990s, fellow women have challenged these existing terms. The trend

  • Police Use of Excessive Force Against Asian Americans

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    that Ms. Tran yelled at Marshall to get out and grabbed an Asian vegetable peeler to throw at him. Marshall then ordered the petite woman to drop the “weapon” several times. Dang Bui argues that this wasn’t the case. He witnessed no order from the policeman to drop the weapon nor did the officer identify himself. Dang Bui also noted that Ms. Tran spoke very limited English and would not have been able to order the police to leave her house. Cau Thi Bich Tran’s killing has left many in the Asian American

  • Traffick

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    film's starting point is the almost-exclusively south-of-the-border (and nearly-completely Spanish-language) story of Javier Rodriguez (Benicio Del Toro, doing away with his annoying tics and delivering a career performance), an average Tijuana State policeman who is given the opportunity for greater prestige by working for General Salazar's (Tomas Milian) efforts against the drug cartels. Just north of the border in San Diego is the setting for another thread, in which very pregnant European émigré Helena

  • Rev. Richard Johnson

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    Archbishop of Canterbury in 1786. Only five months before the First Fleet set sail, Richard Johnson was recommended and approved for the position of Chaplin, to establish the Church of England in Australia. Governor Phillip saw Johnson’s job as a "moral policeman" to the convicts, but the chaplain viewed his position as a door of opportunity to preach the Gospel to the "dregs of humanity." His work began even before the ship landed, and his moral nature displayed. Johnson found the ship's company very disrespectful

  • How Do You Define a Citizen?

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    member of a state or nation, especially one with a republican form of government, who gives allegiance to it by birth or       naturalization and is entitled to full civil rights; 4. a civilian, as distinguished from a person in military service, a policeman, etc. Oxford English Dictionary. Claredon Press, 1989 Citizen - 1. An inhabitant of a city or (often) of a town; esp. one possessing civic rights and privileges, a burgess or freeman of a city. Being a citizen is something most people don’t

  • Cassius Clay aka Muhammad Ali

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    down in a horrendous state of mind exclaiming a "state wide bike hunt," and said he was going to beat up the person that stole his bike. The way his life changed was that the police officer asked him if he knew how to fight and he said "no." The policeman offered Cassius lessons in how to box so that he could seek out the bike thief. This was the starting point in Muhammad Ali's boxing career. In the late fifties, Cassius Clay rules Golden Gloves And the AAU national champion. A quick fight at the

  • Police Image

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    for police more commonly than other areas, seem to be the quickest to publicly speak out against the police. Although movies are not a completely accurate portrayal of law enforcement and their situations, it does show the underlying issues that policeman face. A bad part of town in downtown Dallas is going to have police patrols and responses on a more common basis, its just a fact that won’t...