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The C. G. Jung Page. Includes a section on psychology and culture.

Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice Popular Culture Links

SUNY (Albany) Library Criminal Justice Resources

SUNY (Albany) Library Social Welfare Resources

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What causes the "disconnect" between reality and fantasy for children and young people? Is it media violence as so many allege? Is it the ordinary lack of maturity that one expects in young people?

"I Wish My Parents Were Dead": Children's Fantasies Made Reality

Law, Popular Culture, and Amy Fisher

"You'll Be Sorry You Laughed at Me": Violent Teens in Law and Popular Culture

Why was the film Thelma and Louise so controversial? Does it simply present a "buddy" film with women as the "buddies" and is that such an unexpected image? Does it unnecessarily glorify and justify violence against men? Or does it express some women's feelings that the legal system is stacked against them?

Representations of Rape in Popular Culture

How should society balance the interests of birth parents (both the mother and the father) with the desires and willingness of couples to adopt? When and why should parental rights be terminated? Who should get visitation rights, and when?

Complications of Pregnancy: Adoption, New Technology and Law

Solomon's Choice: Adoptions in Law and Popular Culture

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




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