please watch the ?The Central Park Five? (2012) movie and read this reading materials chapters in this book
“Skolnick, Jerome H. and Elliott Currie, editors, Crisis in American Institutions. 14th ed., Pearson, 2011.”
#37 Currie, “The Myth of Leniency?
#38 Skolnick and DiIulio, “Wild Pitch: ‘Three Strikes and You’re Out’ and Other Bad Calls on Crime?
#39 Pew Foundation, ?One in 100?
#40 Silverstein, ?Unjust Rewards?
and this chapters in this book “Eizen, D. Stanley, Solutions to Social Problems: Lessons from Other Societies. 5th ed.. Pearson, 2009.”
#31E MacQueen, ?Lawless, But Gunless?
#32E Waller and Welsh, ?Reducing Crime by Harnessing International Best Practices?
#33E MacCoun and Reuter, ?Does Europe Do It Better? Lessons from Holland, Britain, and Switzerland?
#34E, Steves, ?Europe: Curing, Not Punishing, Addicts?
and answer these question????
1. Briefly describe the film?s main theme:
2. In what ways did the film reinforce, clarify, and/or contradict material from reading and class? Be specific; refer to readings or other material.
3. In what ways, if any, did the film contradict or go beyond/add to class and reading material?
4. What was the most valuable thing that you gained from watching this film? That is, how did it enhance your understanding of this particular social problem? Explain, too, if it did not