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Volume 17, Issue 1

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Table of Contents

Laura Knittle

1

From Crayons to Handcuffs: An Investigation of Elementary School Discipline

 

Sarah Sallen

 

7

 

Spare the Rod? South Africa’s Efforts Toward a Total Ban of Corporal Punishment

 

Laura C. Hoffman

 

14

 

FEATURE

Sub-Minimum Wage or Sub-Human? The Potential Impact on the Civil Rights of People with Disabilities in Employment

 

Lynsey Stewart

 

22

 

Why Can’t We Be “Friends”?  Student-Teacher Relationships in the Facebook Age

 

Norma E. Loza

 

29

 

“Perrymandering”: A New Redistricting Plan in Texas Impacts the Latino Vote

 

Ismael T. Salam

 

35

 

FEATURE

“Save Our State” Amendment: Dead on Arrival

 

Colleen Thomas

 

45

 

Working with a Blank Check: The Cost of Defense or the Death Penalty Industry?

 

Caitlin Casey

 

50

 

America’s “Dirty Little Secret”: Domestic Sex Trafficking of Minors and a Call for State Action

 

Michelle Yoder

 

56

 

FEATURE

Drug Tests for Welfare: Saving Taxpayer Money or Flushing It Down the Drain?

 

Jessica Sanchez

 

64

 

Ratifying CEDAW: Is the United States Falling Behind on Women’s Rights?

Cynthia Herrera

70  

FEATURE

Outsourcing Liability: Are the True Causes of Unemployment Hiding Behind the Corporate Veil?

Natnael Moges

78 Combating Hunger Home and Away: Tracing America’s $600 Million Price Tag for Safeguarding the Right to Food in the Horn of Africa

Kathryn C. Kokoczka

84

Secret Shoppers in Illinois: Uncovering Startling Trends in Access to Healthcare

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