For each research activity, the student will be required to conduct an Internet search (using the library database) on a specific victimological topic. (Compensation)
A definition of the term with an APA in-text citation.
A 5-10 line summary of the journal article, where students must demonstrate his or her understanding of the main victimological content of the article.
The summary should have an in-text citation (APA Style)
The textbook is NOT permitted for this activity
NO WEBSITES (NO .org OR GOVERNMENT WEBSITES, REPORTS, ETC.), NO TEXTBOOK, NO BOOK/S, NO REPORTS, NO MAGAZINES, NO NEWSPAPERS, NO DISSERTATIONS OR THESES
ONLY use academic peer-reviewed journal articles
Lastly, a full reference of the journal article using APA style formatting must be provided.
Points for the research activity will be evaluated as follows: 25 points (Rubric)
Definition of the term with APA in-text reference and full APA reference. (15 points)
Definition of the term from an academic peer-reviewed journal article with APA in-text citation and APA full reference. (15 points).
Definition of the term with no reference. (5 points)
Definition from a source other than an academic peer-reviewed journal article (0 points).
No definition. (0 points).
Content: 10 points
Effectively captures the main point of the article and victimological problem. (10 points)
Shows an understanding of the article, but is not clear on the victimological problem. (5 points).
Shows little to no understanding of the article and the victimological problem. (2 points).
Uses a source other than an academic peer-reviewed journal article to summarize, with no understanding of the article or problem (0 points).