Read the following scenario on which you will base your assignment Scenario

A‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍ssignment details Read through the following information and steps to understand and meet the requirements of this assignment: Step 1: Read the following scenario on which you will base your assignment Scenario The scenario is imaginary and serves as a prompt for you to respond to and should direct the way you complete this assignment. Imagine that you are a consultant criminologist. The Australian Government has just sent out a ’Call for Papers’ for the ’Culture and Criminal Justice Summit’ and have asked you to deliver the opening keynote presentation. The keynote should tell the audience of policymakers and politicians what cultural criminology is, and how key concepts from the field can be beneficial to criminal justice or similar policy. Before you present, the keynote presentation materials must be submitted to the organising panel of experts on the culture and criminal Justice Summit organising committee for review. The review panel’s decision will determine if the presentation is accepted to be presented at the Summit. This means that the point of your submission is to convince the peer review panel that your argument would be a good way to open the conference and introduce the crowd to cultural criminology. Step 2: Breaking down the scenario You are required to produce a PowerPoint presentation that tells the audience of policymakers and politicians what cultural criminology is and convince them of its key benefits for policy. This presentation is intended to be submitted to a panel of experts on the Culture and Criminal Justice Summit Committee for peer review. This means you will not be physically present, but you must produce a polished and professional PowerPoint that contains a logical argument in the notes section of the slides. A ‘summit’ is a gathering of researchers and experts with heads of government. In the scenario provided, this is a federal government initiative. The summit is titled the ‘Culture and Criminal Justice Summit’, meaning that government officials in attendance may include ministers in charge of portfolios relevant to both culture and criminal justice. To provide a clear focus, you may want to write your argument with one of these ministers in mind. Relevant ministers may include the: Attorney General Minister for Home Affairs Minister for Social Services Minister for the Arts Minister for Urban Infrastructure and Cities. ‘Peer review’ means that a group of scholars in the field will be reviewing the presentation to assess whether it is in line with current research. Step 3: Preparing your presentation The presentation A policy presentation involves presenting ideas about issues of public concern to people who make or enact public policy. This means that you should use visual prompts (pictures, headings, notes, etc.) in the slides themselves, which then compliment the explanation, examples and argument you provide within the notes. Your presentation will be produced in Microsoft PowerPoint and will need to be exported as a PDF with notes showing for submission. When creating your slides, it is important to produce a profe‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍ssional final product. The slides should be free of grammatical errors and should provide a clear connection to what you are going to discuss. You can do this by minimising the number of words you put on the slides and by making the slides visually appealing: Minimising the number of words on the slides will focus the viewer’s attention on what is important. For example, you could include just a heading and then a visual prompt on your slide, or you could convey large chunks of information in dot points rather than full sentences. As a way to complement minimal words, make the slide visually appealing through the use of a relevant image or graphic. This also helps to focus the audience’s attention on the key point you are trying to make as part of your broader argument. Your presentation will include 10 PowerPoint slides. Note: The words found on the slides themselves do not count in this total, as the slides are separate from the main argument you will be producing in the ‘notes’ section. Use the Assignment 2 PowerPoint template example (PPTX 336 KB) Download Assignment 2 PowerPoint template example (PPTX 336 KB)to help you plan out and structure your keynote presentation. Notes You will annotate your slides with notes explaining what cultural criminology is and its benefits to social policy. Your notes will be distributed across all of the slides in the presentation and will need to be constructed in full sentences. You should aim to provide a logical progression of ideas that lead to a conclusion. Audience Be mindful of your audience, who in this scenario are policy-makers. This means that you should explain your points in simple but professional language. You are communicating to an intelligent audience that does not know the topic. Think carefully about the type of information you need to explain to get your audience to understand what cultural criminology is and why it is relevant to policy. You need to explain cultural criminology to the audience in a way that they will understand it and tell them why it relates to them in their role. Know what you want To do well on this assignment, you should make sure that you have a clear idea of what you want from your audience. Ask yourself: What is the most significant thing that policy-makers should know about cultural criminology? What kind of problem would provide a good illustration of the importance of this aspect of cultural criminology? Call to action Once you know what you want from your audience, convince them to do something about it. Convince the audience that they are not paying enough attention to that problem, or recommend a potential solution to that problem. Tell them that more attention or a different type of approach is required. Academic sources and referencing Include in your keynote presentation at least three academic sources that support and back up your claims and that help to strengthen your ideas. In-text references should be placed on the slide they are used in and a reference list should be provided on a separate slide at the end of your presentation. Note: The reference list is not ‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍included in the word count.

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