Welcome back, readers! With the positive feedback from Part I, I was elated to finish our venture into Forensic Psychology and its unbeknownst applications to Jamaica’s legal system. For this post, I will discuss (1) offender-profiling, (2) offender labelling, and (3) victim-offender mediation. If you haven't read Part I of this two-part series, click here. … Continue reading Applying Forensic Psychology to Jamaica: Part II
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Applying Forensic Psychology to Jamaica: Part I
Caribbean Psychology has sought to uncover the mysteries of the Afro-Caribbean national’s cognitive processes, by looking at history. It’s discovered that slavery has left us with a plethora of ills: social, economic, psychological, spiritual—you name it. With crime being one of these issues, could Forensic Psychology be the cure or just a band-aid?
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