Answer & Explanation:A brief (5 pages, double-spaced, 12-point Times New Roman Font, 1-inch margins) paper linking concepts from the class, specifically from M.P. Baumgartner’s Social Organization of Law to the movie Central Park Five.. I expect a minimum of 2 scenes from CP5 per concept from Baumgartner. I expect you to define each concept from Baumgartner and explain why your scenes highlight the concepts you are using them for, and I expect you to take one of the concepts and argue it explains what we see in the movie better than the other 2, and show why.Here is Baumgartner’s concept Culture, Social Organization, Morphology, Stratification: the concepts explained with central park 5 event. Here is Central park five biography who they are. For the whole movie you have to buy it in the youtube linked below. I’m including the money to the paing price. The movie price is 2.99.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JUfwUgRwKq4https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Central_Park_FiveBaumgartner’s conceptsCulture: What we believe to be right, true or beautifulMedia and tabloids – framework that they used for headlines –“wolfpack”, “wilding”, “savage”, “thugs”Donald Trump taking an ad to bring back death penalty and bring back policeDNA did not lead to the boys (race as culture) – culture as social similarityWhere the trial was held – Midtown Manhattan (who the jurors were – more white, richer) – jurors related to the victim more than they did to the boysWhere crime took place (Central Park) – murder happened in Bed-Stuy that didn’t get as much attention — “Central Park was sacred/holy” (Koch quote)Media labeling NY as capital of racial violencePublic feared young Black teenage boys because of media images; community turned against the boysVictim was a white woman; Bed-Stuy murder was intra-racial; CP5 was interracialSocial Organization – the degree to which people work together in support of a common goalHow police coerced confessionsMedia forced police to be more aggressive in their questioningLawyer difference – Yusuf’s lawyer fell asleep, was a divorce lawyer, other boys had public defendersPublic defenders defense: My guy didn’t do it, but the others did.State: Here’s one crime, all of the 5 were involved.Media helped the victimPolice separated boys from parents, used parents’ disabilities against the boysCreating the narrative of the 6th perpetrator because DNA didn’t match any of the 5Police controlling narrative/timelineBringing in homicide (bringing in the best)Got victim to testify even though she didn’t remember the eventPolice drawing link between previous crimes and thisProtests – people coming together on behalf of the boysPolice and DA took advantage of the situation to advance their own careers“Your friend can come with us” (Korey Wise)Jury deliberating for 10 daysLocation of crime affecting media coverageDetective worked CP5 and Reyes case, ignored DNADA working the investigation with policeEven after exoneration, media brought back what police said – people didn’t want to believe the evidenceNo sign of remorse during parole (police working against them)Morphology: how well integrated is someone isJogger’s friends and family knew her jogging routeVictim was 28 year old wealthy white woman, police focused on her case over othersProtesters said focus on the victim’s boyfriend, police ignored thatSantana said he was new to community (moved from Harlem to Bronx) – felt culture shock – means he wasn’t well integratedWise’s friendship with Salaam as a form of integration that hurt themWise was an outsider (delinquent actsVictim more integrated into community through taxes (financial investment)Stratification – inequality in terms of wealth, power, and statusNY divided into 2 classes (upper and lower)Drug wars – focused on heavily Black areas – which is where the boys were fromMeili (victim)’s dad was a senior manager at WestinghouseDifference in age between the CP5 and the victimStatus difference between boys and victim (victim portrayed as a hero/angel)Confessions made more real because they came from a lower social statusVictim and the 5 were strangers – the boys “weren’t supposed to be” at Central ParkPolice didn’t hide the boys’ faces from the camerasBoys’ families didn’t know their rightsBoys and families came from lower income, so couldn’t pay for better private criminal defense attorneysBoys were labeled as a danger to society, so prosecution went unquestioned due to Black people being labeled as “an endangered species”Manhattan homicide took over investigation from Central Park precinct – higher status detectivesSecurity difference compared to prosecutors and the boys6 murders a day, but this case was differentVictim’s status as a White woman, the 5 were Black boys (adolescents); law enforcement acted with urgencyDominant social message was that no one cared if these kids (or Black/Brown kids in general) lived or diedPolice creating timeline of the crime despite having it wrongBoys interrogated 14-30 hoursSocial class + labeling meant police didn’t look for evidence, relied on the confessionsFamily dynamics – mothers came to the boys’ defenses, fathers didn’t
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