Welcome Students in December 2019

Welcome Students to December

It was only yesterday, it feels like, I was welcoming students and teachers to September.

It is now December and on the 21st of this month, the season of winter starts. If some of you are still walking around with only your favorite cotton short sleeves t-shirt that states, “I’m an original,” at the bus stops, some of us may say to you in 30 degrees weather, does this mean you have to keep your original thoughts on ice because you are so cool?

Let me give you sometime to let that last statement sink in.

How about another second or two.

There you go.

Well, during this “season” there is a lot of gift giving. Whatever and whenever you give a gift, in principle, it should always be from the heart without feeling forced.

It is one thing to feel guilted into giving, it is quite another  to be compelled or motivated by love. The latter is the best option. Something we picked up from a “Good Book”

Be safe, Be Kind, and Be thankful always for loved ones. Best Wishes,  the Product of Culture website.

Appreciation for Reading is Great

Appreciation for Reading; You hear people talk about appreciation quite a bit. They appreciate each day with a measure of life’s vitality.

All the ones in their circle who enrich the value of everything they do just by being around them. It’s like if you are baking a regular tasty pound cake, here they are to place the icing on it —maybe some fruit as well. Strawberry cheesecake comes to mind.

Some just got an idea for a treat or dessert for after dinner tonight.

Appreciation for Reading is Great


Just like dessert, reading after dinner is also a great treat for your mind. Sure, you may be thinking about taking a nap depending on the meal size. Or it could be a television show time. When you have used your brain all day, it is well deserved ‘veg’ out time you looking for in the evening.

No one is saying you deserve less otherwise.
Hence, these are still thoughts on how your appreciation of reading can be enjoyed in the same amount of time as any meal.

High school students, how long does it takes you to eat a bowl of fruit and cereal in the mornings?

Sidenote: Cornflakes and bananas always come to mind for many adults.
It goes without saying, some students seem to inhale their breakfast within seconds! Well maybe we better move to another meal for the time frame example.
How about lunch? Less than twenty minutes you say?
Okay, what about dinner? Less than 30 minutes are your thoughts?
Sounds good

So somewhere between a few seconds to thirty minutes you can read something that will be like icing on the cake for your mind. Do you have any hard cover or paperback books in your abode?

The library will also have something for you to hold between your hands and eyes as you periodically sip on hot cocoa and read.

Topics you are interested in other than math in the evening could be just what your mind is craving for a few moments.

What do you like to read about?

Can you find a few minutes to read each day something you know will enrich your mind with the taste of a dessert feel to it?
Who knows, it may still be technical or spiritual.
Hence, the question is put forth again. Do you have a few moments of time each day to feed your mind on a book?
Have a pleasant day and keep your appreciation of reading.

Coffee and Fun Conversation


This information is from a 1983 song titled Yah Mo B There by James Ingram and Michael Mcdonald. Yah is a shortened form of Yahweh, which means God’s Name in Hebrew. So the title literally means “God will be there” and is interpreted as “God be with you.”

Art and Music Journey in The Mind

Since there is a time for learning, exercise, and work; there is also certainly a time for ( art and music ) play.
 
Playing for children often involves high energy of imagination and talking to one another.
Talk about high energy, how about the teenagers? What does your daily routine look like?
In schools around the world, do they still teach art and music courses?
It is expected that when you join a band you will learn music. However, there was a time in some elementary and middle schools you had a certain part of class room time to learn about the basic skills of playing a flute.
The same went for art.
It was not until high school you had to start picking specialized courses if you ever wanted to exercise your creative flow in that way during school hours.
 
The above is a conversational piece with a coffee shop vibe. As you know, conversations by their very nature are meant to be enjoyed. Conversations do not turn into arguments when there is the spirit of enjoying each other’s company.
Some of us have and will continue to enjoy our discussions over art, literature, and music.

Did you know this about art?

There are three classical branches of Art

I hope these interesting facts will show you what is innately known. That the mind can imaginatively see art in everything and make it materialize literally overtime.
Observe the skills required to proficiently create the following branches of art on a professional or occupational level.

Paintings

Shown in office buildings, restaurants, and homes. The owners of these establishments are dressing up their walls to be inviting and warm to set the tone of the environment. The environment is just as important to understanding what the prospective and perceptive clients are looking for; as well as their personality input. For example, a farmer will probably pass over placing huge buildings to decorate the walls in his home. However, an entrepreneur with dreams of owning a building that size just might say “Exactly what I was looking for!” All the while, you will peak the farmer’s interest with people smiling, lakes, and camping scenes. Do you have such skills with a paint brush?

Sculptures

Are 3 dimensional carvings made into stone, wood, and casting metal. It takes a precision of accuracy and patience IMHO like no other in the arts. It is not an easy thing to recover from the mistakes made and can be quite costly. To this day, Michelangelo (see Sistine Chapel) , has to be one of the most renowned Italian sculptures of all time. Though he was commissioned by Pope Julius II to paint the Sistine Chapel, he made clear in history that he is a sculptor more than a painter. Imagine that? All the same, how did this man create all these stone gems to perfection? He possessed the skills of precision accuracy and patience. Do you have such skills?

Architecture

As referenced with the Sistine Chapel, the paintings on the ceiling walls, people travel from all over the world to see them; the architectural structure is no less aesthetically studied in history books from the renaissance period. Do you understand the art and engineering behind designing such buildings?

Then we have the animating performing arts! Often the ones who are not as skilled with stylus tools can find their place in music and theater. This is to make you aware everyone can find their place in exercising creativity. Have you experienced the joy of creating music or dance?

Speaking of Music

In part two of this article we will explore a couple of instruments and thoughts on music. It has been said more than once by this writer, music is one of life’s pleasures. Really, there are many you will tell you it makes life worth living through the good and tough times! Do you agree? I’m confident that the students visiting this website are in agreement with that last sentence.

So by all means please share this article on your social media accounts and with close friends.
I’m pleased you are enjoying the Product of Culture aka pocbooks.com website

A Poem with the flavor of art

mariedigbyart.com

Seeing beauty at times takes a trained eye.
It is more than just looking up at the sky.
Some can take the easy way out by repeating what everyone has said before.
But in order to be original the ability to see beauty has to go beyond the surface of the door.
The face is just a shield.
What’s inside happens to be the true yield.
It often takes insight and training to see beyond such borders to not go along with the established order.
You don’t have to wait until you are older.
Young in age too can find beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

Welcome Students in October

Welcome Students in October 2019

Greetings students.  Can we be frank? If someone says Frank is at home and we should not talk about him, then I am going to send you out for coffee… for everybody.

Now, where were we? Ah, can we talk? About October that is.

The days are cooler, and sometimes we wake up in the states and they are down right cold! Turn on the heater you say? Some of us will.

But do you know something? It is quite a chuckle to see that no matter how cold it gets, if there is a sports game like football and a homecoming event, you see your fellow classmates breaking out the parkas to attend these activities. 

Here is where we get to the can we be frank part of the discussion. 

IN OCTOBER, some of you lose your ever lovin mind. Something we used to say back in the day.  If someone says, “Yea, last century man.” Then my response will be, “You are correct, but I think we need to send you out for doughnuts… for everybody.”

Don’t get me started — I already have. 

Hey, I’m pulling your leg

But on a serious note, this month is one month where all the positive and good things you can think about should still be foremost on your mind. How many of you know what I am talking about? 

With that said, the pocbooks website will be playing plenty of beautiful sounds and displaying wonderful art during the month of October.  This helps me during this month when even the most coolest of the cool people place makeup on their faces and wear outfits that cause you to wonder if you are in another dimension!  

Hey, to each his own, I’m just informing you where my frame of mind will be during the month of October!  You are welcome to stop by the website anytime.

So; in closing, keep hydrated, eat during lunch time, and remember to be kind. 

Wishing you the best with your grades and life, James.

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Mentor Students in Honesty is the Best Policy

Hi Mentors and Perceptive readers to these thoughts on honesty is the best policy.

Honesty is the Best Policy

How would you answer on the value of honesty? Is it the best way to be?
The above statement is:

  • A) Fact
  • B) False
  • Right or wrong?

In the BusinessDictionary it references honesty inclusion for ethical behavior. It states:

Acting in ways consistent with what society and individuals typically think are good values.
Ethical behavior tends to be good for business and involves demonstrating respect for key moral principles that include honesty, fairness, equality, dignity, diversity and individual rights.

Do you get the understanding that what you see is what you get ? Or at the very least be Truthful

So when you introduce yourself by name to this new person, it is expected that not only are you giving the correct name, but honesty is certainly involved with the name and actions; and will continue to do so.


Society needs and expects honesty and dignity in everyday interactions.
Well then, already, at the start of this school year, mentors and teachers have classes of these bright minds still considered in their early stage of life’s understanding. Will YOU impress upon your listeners how honesty is the best policy?
Yes, even when it comes to homework; please stop blaming sweet Fido (dog family member) for eating it. If Fido is eating it, then can you move work assignments to higher ground?
At the very least, continue to impress upon these minds, “If you have a question, then please by all means ASK.”

Yes, mentors and teachers have a way of instructing their students through their joy of the subject to become involved during a question and answer session.
For example, some teachers in a thirty-minute teaching session may teach for ten minutes and answer questions for five minutes. Then they may have another five or ten minutes for paperwork exercises. Some students (most likely) may have a few questions afterwards.
The above is by no means set in stone on how to teach.

The purpose of this article is to share the importance of your mentoring routine in allowing and in some cases encourage honest questions. Some students may experience timidity at first.

In conclusion, how would you rate your environment for bringing out the best in your students? With an assessment and observation of the questions you are receiving, then your classroom policies will improve its conduciveness for drawing out honest responses from your students.

Welcome Students to September

G’day and welcome students to September; this will be another interesting month and year of reading with enjoyment of visual media.

Welcome Students

The summer here at the Product of Culture website had more maintenance and learning addition technical skills I did not expect in my plans; but we go with the flow the best we can in getting things fixed.

Summer concludes and Autumn Begins
On Monday, September 23, the start of fall will begin. How was your summer? Hopefully, you were able to take vacations or some well-deserved breaks at least.

School Attenders
Remember, a “mind is a terrible thing to waste.” All you young minds of today, it is my hope that you are successful in working through those tough arithmetic problems. Be sure to eat plenty of nuts and berries if such things are available to you.
The important thing to remember is your mind’s body works best when there is a steady flow of high energy nutrients. This does not mean caffeine, even though you know I love my coffee and tea.
Eating fruit and vegetables every few hours is beneficial for your brain, since you are wearing the thinking cap all day long.

What does this mean? Don’t you dare skip eating during lunch! Let me say this again; please don’t skip lunch.

Work hard to have a wonderful and successful school year!

Poem – A circle in a square

As we lay in our cribs,
What is this and what is that?

How do I make the sounds of mom and dad?

As we well past the toddler stage, why can’t I no longer suckle my baby bottle, it can’t be bad?

Stay away from this and stay away from that… Why? why? why? What is the catch?

The teen years go by like a blur, the facts and figures promotes us to say mom, dad, please not another question.

With another puzzled response, every family unit ask, are you sane? That line of reasoning makes me question in the same vein.

Oh come what may look how you have grown.

On graduation day you’ve grown this far, and my oh my you are shinning like a star.

Happenstance, you questioned your heritage, and the parents your sanity, but with the questions answered everything became clear

People long-lived say the only thing that is certain is change.

I say on this day in this frame, questions are a part of life and we should feel free to ask them.

My Dear, Answering questions shows respect and love; in which there is no fear.

Happy Graduation Day!

Happy Graduation Day Wishes on This Day

When you think graduation day;  you feel oh what a day to remember!

Happy Graduation Day Wishes on This Day

Welcome to Product(s) of Culture!
Some may view this as a reader’s digest; while I am resigned to look at this as my personal journal of sorts. Therefore, you are welcome to this distinctive feature of the website as it suits you.

A Writer’s Thoughts 

The first visiting audience to this website was made up of students in high school. Yes, I sure appreciated those visits every week.

As they graduated over the years, some went straight into their profession, while others went off to college, and some merged their family with a special someone else’s family.

The Product of Culture aka Pocbooks Brand has been around since 2010. Several things I have shared with the young minds of today around graduation time are noted in a past article at this website.

As you students graduate this year, remember, you still have to use your brain and thinking ability to maneuver successfully through life. Young minds of today, you need knowledge and wisdom to ward off the fickleness of not wanting to make decisions because of not even knowing what questions you should be asking and getting answers with facts. Not answers from the gossip/narrative being changed from the question you asked; but the points for the subject that you inquired about. Okay? (Smile)

Hopefully, the Graduating Class of 2018 and future generations will find value in the next section.

From Days Past, For Today; Happy Graduation Day Wishes

Graduation Day Today and Real Success; Please allow me to take the time to congratulate all the ones who have worked very hard to graduate from school! High school, in particular, has been a time of you developing an awareness of the world.

From friendships to your acquired taste in music, you now have a signature style that says “this is me.”
Well “me,” I and others are happy with you being able to tackle this ONE hurdle. Yes, graduation day falls into the category of life’s memories

A lot of laughter and crying is visible on graduation day. Longtime friends will move away. There are promises made to keep in touch. Oh, how at the time, you plan to keep your word. “I will call you every day,” some say.

“You are my BFF or Best Friend Forever,” your school years kemosabe replies.

Surely such sentiments will be echoed across the world. After you celebrate safely with family members and friends, it is always good to take some quiet time to make an honest appraisal of yourself again.
Here are a few helpful and experienced thoughts as to why?

Even with you being smart and intelligent in a variety of academic matters, such things do not always equate to maturity and wisdom.

The more you experience happiness and pain these events will mode you further. Things once thought impossible you will see are possible.

The more you experience happiness and pain these events will mode you further. Things you once viewed as possible you will now see are impossible.
You will change and so will your friendships.

Guess what? You can and will succeed if you acknowledge that humans have boundaries. The boundaries are not shackles on your mind’s creativity or thinking ability. Seriously, your mind will continue to learn and retain new things over the years. It is the way we are created

The boundaries are set forth for our protection and growth. Who set such boundaries in place? References you may be interested in for Perceptive Reading: Holy Bible; Affectionately called The Good Book: Ecclesiastes 12:1; Psalms 83:18; and Isaiah 48:17 & 18

Think about your treasured relationships you have with people on this day. My favorite example is to think of a father. Whether it is your mother who often gave you a delicate touch and kiss to make things better, or perhaps it is a friend that will stay true to the end; just know the Grand Creator placed such kindly qualities in us. Who better to approach for guidance? Whose counsel will always be of the ultimate brightness when others fail and let you down and vice versa.

We are living in the most peculiar time of all centuries. Still, these are exciting times! More than ever keep in mind the importance of controlling how you react to situations.

Keep making honest assessments of yourself. Know yourself and know your mind. Sincerely search out the one who made all things and there will be immeasurable success in ways you have yet to perceive!

Once again, congratulations on this day. Happy Graduation Day Wishes!

Life’s Recreation

Some choose to read
Others enjoy a good meal to eat.
While a fine man appreciates his fine wine to drink

That lady over there sure loves to dance
And she has a special selection of songs not left up to chance

Ah, Life’s Recreation aren’t you glad we can be refreshed winter, spring, summer, and fall.

Good God Some may say, we really do have it all!

James Lynch

The Product of Culture Website

The Product of Culture (POCBOOKS)Website; Much More Than Books Where the writings, professionals, artists, and musicians featured here are more than meets the eye and ear for perceptive tips, recreation, and music! This website also has a collection of digital and audio books.

Learning Multiplication Today with a Smile

Learning Multiplication Today with a Smile

This article was originally posted in the Year 2013 as “Your Home Stretch with Multiplication Tables.”
This year, with a few edits here and there, it is my pleasure to share this article’s new school letter coat; if you will!

Learning Multiplication Today with a Smile

It is time!

Time for what?

Multiplication can be a challenge. The multiplication tables chart is designed to teach the fundamentals. This helps in so many areas of life. From balancing your checkbook, to a household budget, multiplication is another important level of arithmetic.

“What? I thought the calculator is used for this.”

The calculator makes it convenient but did you know using a calculator does not necessarily make it faster for you to solve a simple multiplication problem?

For example

Student number 1 has memorized the multiplication tables 1 to 10.
Student number 2 has a calculator.
The teacher asks, “What is 4×4?”
Student number 1 immediately says, “16!”
Student number 2 after pushing a few buttons and a couple of seconds later says, “16.”

It is good to know that student number 2 would eventually get the right answer. But what if the calculator’s battery is dead? There are also times when student number 2 will not have the calculator in his or her possession. Yes, it is more advantageous to learn your multiplication tables from 1 to 10 as soon possible!

Multiplication Tables Chart ( How about an Expert?)

In elementary school, students are often given a chart like the one shown below. (See The Video with Arthur Benjamin)

When you have your own Multiplication tables Chart

While looking over the chart it may be overwhelming at first, but with revising and memorization techniques you will be stating 10 x 10 = 100 in no time! Faster than the fastest calculator button pusher.

Here is how you do it

It is helpful to start with 0.
Example: 0 x 0 = 0; 0 x 1 = 0; 0 x 2 = 0 and so forth.

Then you learn your next row starting with 1.
Example: 1 x 0 = 0; 1 x 1 = 1; 1 x 2 = 2 and so forth.

Keep studying with each row until you firmly have it memorized. Print out the chart above and keep it in your pocket or purse. Ask your parents and friends to quiz you throughout the day on the row you are working on. You will start to have dreams about the multiplication table. Even in your sleep you will get the answers right every time!

When this happens, you will have it firmly implanted in your brain for the rest of your life. You won’t even have to think about it or use your finger. Your mind will naturally say 7 x 6 = 42 while your hands are filled with your favorite pizza.

One last note. Do not get discouraged if others learn all their multiplication tables in less than a week. Just focus on yourself. It is better for you to take the time to learn it, then to give up because you feel you are slow. Remember, you may think you are slow, but your mind could really be working in a way that is best for you to learn it and maintain it. In the home stretch, or long run, your thinking ability will increase as you happily find out what is the best way for you to learn.

Note: Other suggestions are welcomed in the comments below. Feel free to print out the chart. If you would like me to send it to you via e-mail or download, just ask and you will freely receive it.

Learning Multiplication Today with a Smile  Section II

Multiplication Facts

The word “multiply” is from the Latin multus, meaning “multi” + plex, meaning “fold”—which, in turn, is from the Proto-Indo-European plek, which means “to plait.” – Karin Lehnardt. [ Reference Online Etymology Dictionary]

A Student Report on Crime Drama Shows

A Student Report on Crime Drama Shows

In this Crime Dramas Report that is part of the “Young Minds and Students of Today” feature, Jessica F, a 16-year-old student, is the featured writer. This report shows her aptitude in analyzing investigative drama. You may not have seen the television shows referenced. Then again maybe you have. This Crime Dramas Report is not to promote viewing of such shows or television period. It is to show Jessica’s ability to gather, sift through, and report information in a journalistic way the facts to others.

Thank you, Jessica!

If you appreciate this writing style report by Jessica, Feel free to share it on Social Media. Now pay close attention and enjoy part one of this report.

The Crime Drama Show Report Part A

CSI, NCIS, Law & Order and Numb3rs to name just a few of the crime drama TV shows that have become household names over the past few years and they bring in audiences of hundreds of millions from around the world every week. But is it possible for something on the small screen to be transposed – and affect crime in real life?

Today’s Hollywood portrayals of police work have offered millions a glimpse into the criminal justice system and a profession, which until recently, has remained behind the scenes of day to day life. Books, television, movies and other forms of mass media have always influenced the criminal justice system; however, few have set off such a visible public chain reaction as CSI. Perhaps this is because a weekly dose of crime scene photos, attractive actors and realistic looking forensic methods are naturally going to make more of a lasting impression than a once-watched movie or long ago read book.

Today’s ‘reality television’ craze has placed scripted programs at a disadvantage to their competitors. Writers are under pressure to convince viewers that there is some degree of authenticity to their scripts; however the public’s insatiable desire for reality must be quenched in a one hour time slot. During this ‘Hollywoodisation’ process much of the content which accurately describes how real life investigations are conducted is left on the cutting room floor. This leaves the viewers with a false understanding about how complex and challenging investigative work can actually be. Ultimately, television operates on a profit basis and once the big money advertisement deal has been secured the necessity of providing accurate scripts becomes less and less important as long as audiences are still drawn and the cash flow continues.

The most evident result of CSI Syndrome is jurors thinking they have a thorough understanding of forensic science that has been ‘presented’ to them on television, when they don’t. Jurors are asking for more forensic evidence when it is not needed, choosing to believe science over eye-witness accounts. In Arizona, a man charged with a burglary in Tempe was acquitted, even though a witness testified about seeing the defendant dragging a stereo from the store. The police also discovered burglary tools in his car when he was arrested. The Arizona Republic reported jurors determined the police should have found the man’s fingerprints inside the store. Moreover this increased demand for forensic evidence has boosted workloads for crime laboratories, which are forced to run unnecessary tests which take far longer than the public understand. In a recent murder trial, the judge observed “Thanks to television, jurors know what DNA tests can do, but they don’t know when it’s appropriate to use them.”

See Student Report on Crime Drama Shows Part B

In this Crime Dramas Report article, Jessica F, a 16-year-old student, is the featured writer.
We Pick up on part B of ‘Everyone’s an Expert: Do You Have CSI Syndrome?’

However, the CSI effect can also be positive. In one case in Virginia, jurors asked the judge if a cigarette butt had been tested for possible DNA matches to the defendant in a murder trial. It had, but the defence lawyers had failed to introduce the DNA test results as evidence. When they did those results exonerated the defendant, who was acquitted.

Juries have been deluded by suave television programs where complicated scientific processes take a matter of seconds rather than a realistic time period. Picture this, a middle aged woman is sat alone in a fast-food diner in California, she is tucking in to a bowl of chilli, each bite is more delicious than the last. She chews, savouring in the exquisite flavours, but then, something is wrong. She spits, she screams, the woman vomits. All eyes in the diner now focus in on the table where a well-manicured fingertip now peaks out from a bowl of masticated chilli.

Loud sirens, forensic experts trawl the area, the spot covered ‘fry cooks’ are lined up, fingers are pointed, fingers are counted and the nub is placed into a sealed evidence bag. The fingerprint is run through IAFIS (Integrated Automatic Fingerprint Identification System), DNA tests are taken and detectives search for clues.

If this had been an episode of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation- and it might well become one – an attractive Special Agent would sweep the area for evidence, a fingerprint would be taken and matched within 30 minutes. The victim a beautiful twenty-two year old would be found. Then the unexpected twist, a trace of blood under the fingernail would lead the investigation team to her killer: a jealous fashion photographer unwilling to let go of his star. All of this wrapped up within a neat hour bundle.

But this isn’t CSI, this is real life, and last year Anna Ayala reported her disturbing find at Wendy’s restaurant, and investigators are still stumped (pun intended). The fingerprint didn’t match anyone in the system, DNA tests came back fruitless. On CBS’ CSI, results are fast, sexy and remarkably certain, propelling CSI and similar shows such as NCIS to the top of the viewing charts, bringing in around 140 million viewers a week, making it the most popular television network in the world…

This Crime Dramas report has two parts left for your research and interest!

A Student Crime Drama Report Part D

This report shows her aptitude to analyze investigative drama. You may have never seen the television shows referenced. Then again maybe you have. This report is not to promote viewing of such shows or television period. It is to show Jessica’s ability to gather, sift through, and report information in a journalistic way the facts to others. Parts A, B, and D are posted at this website. Part C covers the ‘More disturbingly’ research in this report. Yes, we read such things in the daily newspaper and the Internet. Still, it has been decided to only make available part C via e-mail request.

The lesser side of the CSI Syndrome is the sudden surge of people who are wishing to study Mathematics, Science and Forensic Science at University. There has been an especially high influx of women and this has been dubbed ‘The Abby Effect’, after the TV series NCIS’ character; Abby Scuito. The actress who plays Abby, Pauley Perrette stated “We’ve been on the show nine seasons and these girls started watching when they were young, and they’re in college now. I get letters and stuff from people all the time, all over the world – parents, grandparents, kids themselves – that say this fictional character that I play ‘influenced them’ and now they’re pursuing math and science.” In 2004, Forensic programs at the Florida International University, and the University of California doubled in size, reportedly due the CSI Effect. Universities around the world, including counties such as the United Kingdom, Austria, Germany, Switzerland and many more have all had an increased number of applicants wishing to study forensic science.

Although shows like CSI, are often criticized for portraying technologies that do not exist, they do inspire inventors and research teams; for it is not uncommon for scientific breakthroughs to have first been portrayed in science fiction. In 2006 IBM and Memphis Police Department developed software to predict crime locations and time frames, an idea from the 2002 science-fiction film Minority Report.

Yet perhaps the least reported effect of the popular crime shows like CSI is the basic physiological one. They assure us that there are “good guys” out there, the white hats, ready to protect us, and the “bad guys” can only run so far before they are eventually brought to justice. There is little reality in any of the television crime dramas discussed in this article, but they portray the criminal justice system in a light that most people are happy to accept; if nothing else they offer the hope that the system works. Few Briton’s have ever seen a “real” trial up close, and even fewer have witnessed a criminal investigation. However, almost all Briton’s have watched, from their living rooms, what they believe both should look like. Crime dramas not only provide us with a basic understanding of the criminal justice system, but provide us with a “dream world of justice.” Yet prosecutors and defence attorneys alike can only cringe at the thought that while “justice may be blind . . . but it still manages to tune in to CSI.”

In this Crime Drama Shows Report, If you appreciate this report writing style by Jessica, please share it on Twitter, Facebook additional Social Media websites.

This Crime Drama Shows Report article was published here at the (POCBOOKS) Product of Culture website in the year 2012 when Jessica was a teenager. She has since gone on to medical school where her keen mind will continue to help others around her.