It’s been a great first year, and I want to thank all of you for taking the time to read, post, comment, share, and otherwise support this blog. I especially want to thank Brittius.com for all the reblogs of our content and the comments they’ve shared over the past months. Much appreciated, friends. You can read their blog here.
Our blog began simply as an information project, primarily to help my students. I referred them here for more info on topics that commonly came up in our discussions and the other work we were doing together. Not only was it helpful to them, and a springboard for further discussion and learning, but I soon found that other people were interested in these topics as well.
That lead to additional topics, some guest posts, experiments with different approaches, and even a shot at a podcast (I plan to revive that in the new year). We also upped the game with a new and improved research blog, also supported by the company that sponsors this blog – Æquitas Educational Services – and a new weekly news site for parents: Social Web Safety.
So, to wrap things up, I’ve pulled together the top ten posts from Crime & Justice in terms of views, comments, and reblogs for 2013. I look forward to another year of growth and experimentation in 2014, and we’ll continue striving to provide you with the types of content you’re seeking.
If you have suggestions, story ideas, or just some feedback you’d like to share, let me know. And, as always, please spread the word about our blog and what we’re up to.
Top Ten Posts of 2013
- How Many Innocent People are in Prison?
- Why do Non-violent Felons Lose the Right to Bear Arms?
- Female Sex Offenders – Hidden in Plain Sight?
- Compliance with Authority and The Strip Search Prank Call Scam
- What is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy?
- The Legal System’s Non-Response to “Revenge Porn” (Updated 11/7/13)
- Friday Crime Vids – The Failed War on Drugs
- Why Therapeutic Jurisprudence?
- Does Privacy Still Matter?
- Kratom – Wonder Drug or Potential Health Threat?
Thanks again, and have a happy and safe holiday season!
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