Criminals: Born or made?

Events

Read 'criminal psychology'

September 5, 2016 - September 16, 2016

Book by: Francis J. Pakes
Make notes on most important aspects.
Look for case studies you could use.

Add 'criminal psychology' data into diary

September 14, 2016

Add pictures, key points of the book, and case studies into my diary.
Evaluate how current, relevant and accurate it is and whether you are going to use it or not.

Read 'Doing time in the Bangkok Hilton'

October 1, 2016 - October 10, 2016

Book by: Sandra Gregory
Construct a case study on Sandra Gregory.
Look for key points of her childhood/upbringing.

Add 'doing time in the Bangkok Hilton' into diary

October 11, 2016

Add pictures, key points of the book, and case studies into my diary.
Evaluate how current, relevant and accurate it is and whether you are going to use it or not.

Shawn attwood talk

October 28, 2016

Make notes on his talk.

Add shawn attwood data into diary/evaluate

October 29, 2016

Using the notes you made from the talk, build up a general picture of his childhood/upbringing.
Evaluate how useful his talk was and was it relevant.

True life conference

November 11, 2016

Make notes on the individual speakers to build case studies.
Using the data from this for primary research.

Add True life conference data into diary/ evaluate

November 12, 2016

Using the notes you made in the talk, build up case studies for the individual speakers and add them into diary.
Evaluate how useful the conference was and how relevant it is.

Email Shaun attwood

November 16, 2016

Email Shaun to ask his views on the nature vs nurture debate

Add email reply to diary/evaluate

November 18, 2016

Evaluate whether his response was useful and relevant.

Email psychology teacher

November 19, 2016

Email keiran to ask his view on the nature/nurture debate.

Email uni psychology teacher

November 19, 2016

Ask them about their views on wether criminals are born or made.

Read 'criminology'

November 20, 2016 - November 26, 2016

Book by: Stephen E jones
Highlight key points of this book to make analysing data easier.
Build up any case studies you can find.

Add 'criminology' data into diary/evaluate

Approx. November 27, 2016 - November 27, 2016

Add pictures, key points of the book, and case studies into my diary.
Evaluate how current, relevant and accurate it is and whether you are going to use it or not.