Also in the mix is Omar Little, a deadly Robin Hood-like figure who robs drug dealers; the drug-addicted police informant "Bubbles"; and the mysterious European crime lord known as "The Greek," who supplies both drugs and prostitutes to the city of Baltimore.A proposed spin-off series, in order to focus on the political-themed aspects of the series and the Tommy Carcetti storyline, but the low ratings resulted in the spin-off not being greenlighted and the plotlines absorbed into the main series.is a Deconstruction of the Police Procedural and Criminal Procedural genres.
Grey matter (GM) is the solid substance of the brain consisting of individual neurons. information highway), which connects the GM in different brain regions, and complements nearly half of the human brain (Fields, 2008).
In normal human brain development “genes can do nothing without environmental input” (Broderick & Blewitt, 2010, p. Studies have shown that the brain is malleable and changes its shape and functional capability due to environmental factors such as parenting throughout the life span (Belsky & de Haan, 2011; Broderick & Blewitt, 2010; Fields, 2008).
Because research demonstrates that harsh corporal punishment (HCP) and parental verbal abuse (PVA) is detrimental in the development of grey and white matter volume among children and adolescents, we intend to examine whether positive parental reinforcement (PPR) will have a progressive influence on the development of white matter (WM) pathways in the brain of adolescents within the United States of America.
The present study will shed light on a well-documented behavioral phenomenon and attempt to determine, with certainty, what effect it has on adolescent minds.
The fifth and final season wraps up the stories of everyone that has been featured in the show thus far, but also introduces a new group of characters: a set of reporters working for , a newspaper that is constantly suffering cutbacks and buy-outs as the experienced old guard are replaced with naïve new reporters.
Two such reporters subsequently become involved in a scam by one of the MCU's detectives to bring down new drug kingpin Marlo Stanfield.The resulting drama is rife with social commentary and criticism.The most overt theme of the series is the notion that the "War on Drugs" is a complete and total failure in its current form of "lock up the drug dealers and throw away the key" logic.The show illustrates its messages through the lives of characters entrenched in various systems throughout the city.Starting with the police investigation of a single drug ring, the series broadens its scope with each season to incorporate other aspects of Baltimore life, including education, politics and the media, showing how each system affects the others and perpetuates the cycle of self-destruction.Detectives regularly find their investigations spiked the moment they start to become a financial burden for the department or threaten the status quo.