Bibliography– Splash305

1. Chifflet, Pascale. “Questioning the Validity of Criminal Profiling: an Evidence-Based Approach.” Questioning the Validity of Criminal Profiling: an Evidence-Based ApproachAustralian &Amp; New Zealand Journal of Criminology – Pascale Chifflet, 2015, 12 May 2014.

Background: This article talks about the different types of profiling and how it is used in criminal investigations to seek out criminals.

How I was used: I used it to read and learn more about the many different ways of profiling based on evidence and behavior. This article also gave me insight in this field so I could better understand what it is like.

2. Anonymous. INSIDE THE MIND OF THE MIND HUNTER: An Interview with Legendary FBI Agent John Douglas. 2017, Spring.

Background: This book talks about John Douglas’ personal experiance being an FBI profiler and the experiences he went through on and off of the job. He talked about what jobs he preformed and how many at a time and the impact it had on him.

How I used it: I used it by explaining how profilers go though a lot off difficult experiences and how it can really have affects on mental health. I used this also by going off of johns personal experience. I put direct quotes of his experiences in my paper.

3. Anonymous. Conference Presenter Spotlight: An Interview with Greg Cooper, MPA, FBI (Retired), Chief of Police (Retired). 2007, Summer.

Background: This article talks about a man Greg Cooper, and his experiences with the FBI criminal intent unit. He also shares how he worked closely with John Douglas.

How I used it: I ued it by reading  and educating myself about how Greg Cooper has had different everyday experiences even being retired from the force, this incudes different experiences from the normal everyday police officer.

4. Sarapin, Susan H., and Glenn G. Sparks. Sci., Psi, and CSI: Police Officers and Students’ Paranormal TV Consumption, Real-Life Experience with Paranormal Phenomena, and Perceptions of Psychic Detectives. 3 Aug. 2014.

Background: This article talks about the televised affect the criminal unit has on people and what it portrays to those who don’t know what really goes on in the real FBI criminal intent unit.

How I used it: This article did not provide me with any substantial evidence to put into my paper but it did provide me with a better knowledge of the people who watch the TV versions of FBI criminal units and how they have a comptetely different view of what actually goes into being a profiler and what they actually do.

5. Olson, Bernadette Faith. Critical Issues in Profiling: An Exploratory Analysis on the Role of Specialization. 2003.

Background: This article talks about the different behavioral traits each criminal can have and being able to seek that out right away. It also talks about how to learn to pick up on these factors.

How I used it: This article wasn’t used within my research paper but it was used by helping me better understand how some criminals need to be figured out first in order to go about talking to them. Also with the skills that are picked up start to be included in an everyday lifestyle with all of the people seen and met.

6.  Miller, Laurence. “Dealing with the Stress of Criminal Investigation:” PoliceOne, 6 Mar. 2008.

Background: This article talks about how being a criminal investigator really gets to you. It goes through each different type of crime and how each one has different negative affects. Then it goes through talking about different coping methods with the people in the same work place/field.

How I used it: I used it but providing examples from the article in my research paper to better explain the negative affects being a criminal investigator can have. I also provided some of the coping methods within my paper.

7. Arias, Elizabeth A., et al. “Police Officers Who Commit Suicide by Cop: A Clinical Study with Analysis.” Journal of Forensic Sciences, Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 25 Aug. 2008.

Background: This article talks about how when some cops can’t take it anymore, instead of commiting suicide they have a cop kill them on purpose. That way they aren’t the ones doing it and it doesn’t look like an actual suicide.

How I used it: I used it by providing a specific story into my rebuttal arguement about a cop who had a lot going on and chose to get caught up in a car chase. Therefore resulting in him getting shot and killed.

8. Waugh, Jalika Rivera. Exposure to Traumatic Death Events and Traumatic Event-Related Stress in Crime Scene Investigators: A Multiple Regression Analysis. 2013.

Background: This book talks about the tramatic levels of stress law and crime scene investigators go through when subjected to tramatic deaths. It even states that in some cases being subjected to this can have positive affects.

How I used it: I used this book to provide information and background in my causal argument about how experiencing this kinds of tramatic things can affect a persons mental health.

9.  Mrevlje, Tinkara Pavšič. “Coping with Work‐Related Traumatic Situations among Crime Scene Technicians.” Stress and Health, 2 Jan. 2015.

Background: This article talks about how being exposed to tramatic situations can have many psychological consequesnes. Then it goes through the different varieties of helpful unstudied coping methods in this work field.

How I used it: I used this article to provied more useful information in my paper by providing specific examples. Also a better understanding of the diiferent tramatic experiences and coping methods.

10. Leone, Matthew C., and Renee Keel. “Occupational Stress and the Crime Scene Investigator.”Journal of Law and Criminal Justice, vol. 4, no. 1, June 2016, pp. 63–74., doi:10.15640/jlcj.v4n1a4.

Background: This article talks about the different kinds of stresses that are involved with different sitiations that are experienced in the law enforcement types of fields. It talks about the result of these stressors and how to go about fixing or coping with said stressors.

How I used it: I used this article by providing specific examples and using the knowledge I got from it to help me better explain the different kinds of stressors, results from them, and how to fix or cope with them.

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One Response to Bibliography– Splash305

  1. davidbdale says:

    Your Bib is well formatted, Splash, and gives appropriate credit to your sources, but it’s not annotated in any way that gives the reader a clear indication of the value of the sources to your argument.

    I’ve provided a model of the level of detail that would be useful in the assignment itself.

    Since I read your Annotated Bibliography, I’ve gone back to improve that assignment post of mine to bring in the analysis I shared with you in class about a particular student’s bibliography that, like yours, fell short on annotation. Please take another look at that.

    Maybe an illustration would help. Suppose I was writing a paper, as one of your classmates is doing, about the impact of improved helmet designs on the prevalence of concussions in the game. Now suppose you read this entry in my Annotated Bibliography:
    HOW I USED IT: I used this lengthy article to find out how the game is played.

    You’d probably object, rightly, that from my entry you couldn’t tell in any way whether the article was valuable or not. You can’t tell whether the article covers the rules of the game, the methods of improving player performance, the value of team cohesiveness over individual performances, or how cheating creates an unfair advantage for teams with better technology.

    Your first HOW I USED IT entry is just such an entry.
    How I was used: I used it to read and learn more about the many different ways of profiling based on evidence and behavior.

    You and I know your essay is not a methodology study. It doesn’t concern itself with the mechanics of gathering evidence. But from your description, we can’t tell that that’s the case. I imagine the value of this source to you was to investigate the way CSIs immerse themselves in the grisly details of a scene for hours a day without becoming tainted personally by all the attention to blood and pain. OR, that they have psychological ways to distance themselves from the horror. OR, that they do in fact “carry their work home with them” and suffer the consequences of spending their work lives imagining unspeakable acts. The Bib has to communicate some of that value. It needs to reflect your interaction with the texts.

    Is that helpful, Splash?
    I’d appreciate your response.


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