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Ethics in the Courtroom: A Time to Kill

The issue of ethics is always an important one in the public sector, especially in the field of criminal justice. As public servants it is important to make ethical decisions in the workplace. Although this study follows the actions of… Continue Reading →

Campus Parking Policies

The issue of parking is a problem that many cities, companies, and organizations deal with on a daily basis. This planning issue is addressed in this study from the standpoint of Georgia Institute of Technology. The report includes a problem… Continue Reading →

Teenage Auto Accident Rates

By Matthew Harang The study takes an in-depth look at teenage car accident rates, considering the elevated levels when compared to adults. The report analyzes what actions could and should be taken from a public policy standpoint. (Photo credit:Lew Holzman/Flickr)

Cruel and Unusual: Capital Punishment

The death penalty, historically, has been a major subject of debate in United States. Some argue that it is unconstitutional, while others argue it is unethical. However, over the past several years, capital punishment has not received much political opposition…. Continue Reading →

The Improvement of the Quality of Life in Residential Areas

This study looks at quality of life issues from a multidisciplinary point of view, taking into account social, economic, religious and lifestyle preferences. It is important for planners and policy makers to encourage citizen participation in the process of shaping… Continue Reading →

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