Compose a first draft of your thesis proposal. Submit including a title page and three references related to your proposed topic. Ensure that the references are from peer-reviewed journals, government sources, other appropriate academically acceptable sources, or some combination thereof.
Ensure the proposal includes the following:
- Explain the question or problem to be investigated and convince the thesis professor that the question or problem merits investigation.
- It should show that the student has read the relevant and recent literature on the subject, and it should contain a list of academically appropriate resources consulted during the preliminary stages of research.
- In general, the thesis proposal should include background information related to the research topic, purpose of research, methodology and analytical procedures to be used.
Here are my two proposal ideas:
1.) How the legalization of marijuana in some states has influenced the perception of drug crime and how it corresponds to the changes in legality and retrograde pardons for crimes that are now not considered crimes
2.) Comparative international criminal justice models in an effort to answer why the US, with all of its “freedoms;” has such a high incidence of incarceration, systemic flaws or inherent personal flaws