Multimedia Resources

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Online Audios

Audio 1: Some Judges Prefer Public Shaming to Prison

Description: U.S. prisons are costly and overcrowded. Are punishments like shoveling manure or standing on a busy street corner wearing a sign advertising your crime reasonable alternatives? Jonathan Turley, a professor at George Washington University Law School, and Peter Moskos, a professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York, join NPR’s Scott Simon to discuss the pros and cons of public shaming (7:45)

Online Videos

Video 1: Cops for Drug Legalization

Description:  This video is about LEAP, Law Enforcement Against Prohibition (8:43)

Video 2: Convict Criminology Documentary

Description: This video from Dr. Stephen C. Richards focuses on convict criminology (3:03)

Web Links

Web Link 1: Age of Distraction: Why It’s Crucial for Students to Learn to Focus

Description: Children need to learn to focus article and discusses Japan

Web Link 2: Reintegrative Shaming and Restorative Justice

Description: Link about reintegrative shaming in criminology