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|| New Study Finds: One in Three Children From Care Background Enter Youth Justice System: But the Proportion From Ethnic Backgrounds Are Far Higher ||  


|| Thursday: September 21: 2023 || ά. An unprecedented study of 02.3m children, has found that one in three children born between 1996 and 1999 who had experience of the care system received a youth justice caution or conviction between 10 and 17, compared with just 04% of those without experience of care. This figure was, even, higher for some ethnic groups, with a total of 39% of Black Caribbean, 38% of White and Black African and 42% of White and Black Caribbean children, who’d been in care involved in the youth justice system.

Of all children in the Study, custodial sentences were almost twice as common among Black and Mixed ethnicity children, who’d been in care compared to White children, who’d been in care. The Study found that 05% of White children, who’d been in care received a custodial sentence with 09% of Black and Mixed ethnicity children, who’d been in care sentenced to custody. Dr Claire Fitzpatrick, the Senior Lecturer in Criminology at Lancaster University and the Co-author of the Report, said, “The findings from this research, led by Dr Katie Hunter, are deeply concerning and ought to be taken very seriously.

In particular, the extent of justice-system over-representation, that has been revealed is shocking. This research demonstrates the importance of using more detailed ethnicity information when considering inequalities in youth justice involvement, particularly, for those, who have been in care. It highlights the serious need to ensure that all children can benefit from efforts at preventing unnecessary criminalisation, no matter who they are or where they have come from.”

The research, authored by Manchester Metropolitan University and Lancaster University, is the largest ever study of its kind in England, demonstrating that children, who’d been in care and, particularly, those, who are Black, are statistically over-represented in the criminal justice system.

The Report, also, emphasises that high levels of youth justice involvement among children, who’ve been in care, are not an inevitability but a sign that somewhere along the line, they have been failed.

An Administrative Data Research UK Research Fellowship project, the Study analysed new linked data from the Ministry of Justice and Department for Education. It included four cohorts of children born between 1996 and 1999, with snapshot demographic information extracted from the 2006 to 2009 educational censuses when they were aged ten, the minimum age of criminal responsibility in England and Wales.

The resulting dataset contains information for, approximately, 02.3m children, comprising demographic information, including gender and ethnicity, information about children’s services involvement and:or youth justice involvement. The data included 50,000 children, who had experience of being in care, including foster care, children’s homes and kinship care.

Based on the Report findings, the authors have outlined a series of policy recommendations, including improving the availability of linked data from the justice system and other government departments, the publication of data using detailed ethnicity categories, a statutory duty on local authorities to prevent unnecessary criminalisation of children in care and care leavers and promoting understanding across youth justice agencies of the needs of children, who’ve been in care in order to improve support.

Dr Katie Hunter, Lecturer in Criminology at Manchester Metropolitan University and the Lead Author of the Study, said, “As a result of this analysis, we now know the shocking extent of criminalisation among care-experienced children in England. It, also, reveals what individuals working in the field have long suspected, that racially minoritised care-experienced children are, especially, vulnerable to youth justice involvement and imprisonment.

“Clearly, we need urgent action from government to prevent the unnecessary criminalisation of children in care and care leavers, which takes account of the specific needs of minoritised groups. We, also, need to keep in mind that youth justice involvement among children, who’ve been in care is not an inevitability. We must avoid stigmatising these children, this is about over-criminalisation and system failures.”

The Report, Care Experience, Ethnicity and Youth Justice Involvement: Key Trends and Policy Implications, is authored by Dr Katie Hunter at Manchester Metropolitan University, as well as, Professor Brian Francis and Dr Claire Fitzpatrick at Lancaster University.

It will be launched at a joint event at Liverpool Museum on Friday, September 22, alongside charity Barnardo’s, who will, also, launch their Report on Black young adults, who’ve been in care, navigating the criminal justice system, which draws on interviews with 22 Black young people, who’ve had experience of the care system.

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|| New Research Finds the Commercialisation of Cannabis in Canada Linked to Massive Increased Traffic Injuries ||



|| Sunday: September 10: 2023 || ά. Annual rates of emergency department visits for cannabis-involved traffic injury increased by 475% over 13 years, according to a new Study from the Ottawa Hospital, Bruyère Research Institute, ICES and the University of Ottawa. The Study examined cannabis-involvement in emergency department visits for traffic injuries between 2010 and 2021 and looked for changes after the legalisation of cannabis in October 2018 and following the commercialisation of the legal market, expanded cannabis products and retail stores, which overlapped with the COVID-19 pandemic. 

“Our findings highlight a concerning increase in cannabis-involvement in traffic-injury emergency visits over time, with even sharper spikes following the phases of legalisation and commercialisation.” Says the Lead Author and ICES post-doctoral trainee Dr Daniel Myran, a Family Physician from the Department of Family Medicine at the Faculty of Medicine. “Conversely, alcohol-involvement in traffic injury ED visits did not increase over the Study period, which suggests that legalisation of cannabis has played an important role in rising rates.” 

While documented cannabis-involvement in traffic injuries ED visits were very rare, the data raise concern about potential broader increases in cannabis-impaired driving, which, may have, accelerated after legal market expansion. Published in JAMA Network Open, the researchers examined medical record data of 947,604 ED visits for traffic in in Ontario, Canada. They included records from January 2010 and December 2021 but, excluded ED visits from individuals, who were younger than 16, minimum legal age of driving, at the time of the ED visit.

The Report finds: The number of cannabis-involved traffic injury ED visits increased significantly. Annual rates of visits surged by 475%, from 0.18 visits per 1,000 total motor vehicle collisions in 2010 to 01.01 in 2021. Legalisation of non-medical cannabis with restrictions was associated with a 94% in the rate of cannabis-involved traffic injury ED visits compared to the pre-legalisation period. The subsequent phase of commercialisation, which overlapped with the COVID-19 pandemic, saw an even greater increase of 223% in rates compared to the pre-legalisation period. Male sex, assigned at birth, living in lower-income neighbourhoods, being aged 19-21, and having a prior cannabis-related ED visit were associated with higher rates of ED visits. 

“The observed increase in cannabis-involved traffic injuries might reflect broader trends in cannabis-impaired driving,” Says Dr Myran, who is, also, a fellow at the Bruyère Research Institute and The Ottawa Hospital. “The Study highlights the need for enhanced prevention efforts, including targeted education and policy measures.” 

One limitation of the study is that ED staff may have been more aware of the potential for cannabis-related traffic injuries after legalization, leading to higher levels of testing for cannabis. The researchers believe that this would not have explained all the observed increase due to the severity of traffic injuries, which would be thoroughly investigated despite policy or testing procedure changes. 

The authors caution that it is too soon to understand the impact of cannabis legalization on road safety particularly because of the enormous decline in driving and mobility during the pandemic, which overlapped with much of the legalisation period. 

The Study: Cannabis-involvement in traffic injury emergency department visits after the legalisation and subsequent commercialisation of non-medical cannabis: Published in JAMA Network Open. Myran DT, Gaudreault A, Pugliese M, Manuel D, Tanuseputro P :::ω:::

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Distorteddia or the Distorteddia Conglomerate: Download This Piece In PDF:  is made of all the entities, that call themselves 'social media and this and the other, including, the entire jungle of the so called apps, gadgets, contraptions and platforms. There is something, profoundly dehumanising, deeply contradictory and, fundamentally, anti-nature is happening in society, that has been losing its power to the distorteddia or the entire range of distortive, fragmentary and, often, manipulative 'expressions of realities', that are, simply, seeking to mimic the reality and real society: except, these have neither reality nor society in them, whereby people are, simply, taken on the terms and basis of absolute and must dehumanisation. The market has established its grip so that we are herded to one place and are given 'scripts' by which to 'waste away' by, by, simply, being the 'consumers', buying and consuming, while ensuring that we become and remain nothing but a mob and that we are always at the herding place so that the market and the marketeers have everyone at their disposal, when they advertise their offerings and, along the way, save a great deal of money and make a hell of a killing from it. 

This distorteddia has been let to grow because the entire 'mechanism' from the states and governments to media and publications to universities and businesses and all other from all spheres and all parts of the world, simply, let everything being dragged along and with such a naive, unquestioning, submissive and bedazzled way, that these agencies of the entire world had offered the best and highest most validation, prestige and recommendations, as well as, free advertisements to these distorteddia conglomerate and with it they amassed vast number of human beings just falling into their nets and the more fell the more billions they made and, now, things are becoming insanely obvious as to how desperately dangerous this is getting. It is time to wake up and do something about it. This distorteddia is the most dangerous development in the human progression but this is more dangerous than just physical annihilation of humanity for it is slaughtering the very humanity we are supposed to be and turning us into a mob. 

People have been, increasingly, become nothing more or nothing less than, only, good enough for being part of the mob and staying as such at the herding place, photographed, videod themselves doing nothing and then self-broadcast these goings on of doing and being nothing. People have no other value or virtue in this realm and, thus, sociologically looking at it, one would find and can not but conclude that this phenomenon has developed the following characteristics: 

a: That there is no human agency, human mind:soul:will but an 'automated', programmed and manipulated physiology, that does not think, that does not want to learn and process knowledge and information because they have their 'gadgets', 'devices' and contraptions' and the 'script' of 'behaviours, conducts and what and how to be in the distorteddia, to do that for them so that the entire basis of humanity being an agency of a human mind:soul:will has been taken down. 

b: This is the pre-condition by which the foundation and pre-requisite technicalities are brought about to convert all physiologies into a mob. A mob is like animals in a stampede: an animal as a mob in a stampede and a human mob both are the same in one fundamental way: neither think. They act in one goal: for humans this is programmed or orchestrated or brewed or manipulated but for animals it is not programmed by anyone but by their very fear and paranoia of losing their lives and in the process freezing in a state of utter and absolute panic and, thus, they run, often, to their deaths. So this mob behaves the way it is programmed and it does not and can not behave any other way for the 'individual', that is a must requisite for thinking, considerate, thoughtful, learning, contemplating and developing mind or the agency of the mind, no longer is existent in this scenario. Only this individuality makes a human being unique and capable of running its own self and own agency. This has been 'terminated' from this distorteddia. This is why in that realm of the distorteddia people behave the way they do: they say anything, they do anything and they do not fall short of doing anything so that all the negative traits of dehumanisation: the lack of common human decency, kindness, respect, regard, care, empathy, solidarity, connectedness, communality and civility and social cordiality etc have been replaced by 'mechanistic' dehumanisations. 

In this people are taken onto a 'state', where no one is being or doing but, simply, 'watching' or, rather, watching themselves, as well as others, being and doing nothing. In this they neglect their own self, own health and well being, their own environment and reality, their own individual life, their family life, their social life, the work, cultural and spiritual life. All have been 'connected' to this 'annihilation-machine', that, only, distorts, destroy, devastate, disconnect, disfigure, dismantle reality and humanity in that reality being individual, family, community and society and in this distorteddia does these: makes a great deal of money, herd people, direct, dictate and manipulate people and impose its own 'set of agenda, priority and goals' into the population. 

This is the most dangerous developmental stage humanity has reached and it has gone on to challenge, devastate and destroy the very basis of economics, politics, governance, public affairs management systems, rule of law and the delivery, conduct and running of the judiciary, as well as, destroying the learning, enquiring and innovating sense, space, spheres and culture, which have been brought to a point of, almost, a state of apology, for 'the god' of the distorteddia is utter, sheer and inescapable 'ignorance'. At the same time, seeking and searching for knowledge have been taken over by them as the direct route to 'dictate both what are searched for and what is 'made known' so that all this offers distorteddia to make more money and in this, valid, legitimate, professional, bona fide press and media and journalism, that are, absolutely and fundamentally, vital parts of a democratic society, governance system, judiciary and for social spheres and social and public discourse, have been, almost, killed off. 

It is time the world, the world humanity, all the world's states and governments, all agencies of all shapes, sizes, manners, forms and types, as well as, every single human being on earth, in every country and in every nation, in every people and in every society, in every community, in every family must wake up, make a choice, make a stand up and fight this monstrosity of distorteddia and its utter, absolute and comprehensive devastating assault on humanity by these machinations, by these dehumanisations.





Humanical Perspective of Sociology


Imagine, a tiny village in the wide expanse of a valley of a mountain that overlooks two countries on its either side beneath almost an infinite sky hanging down with a display of wonderful skyscapes: open fields and valleys, rivers and lakes, hills and groves marking the map with nature's bounties. Through that tiny village go parallel a high way and a railway line linking the wider world to the village, stopping at the tiny railway station with white sign boards marking the station that is lamped with old Victorian lanterns. There is the station office and there is a tiny cafeteria served by a very old man of almost 90. There is a primary school, secondary school, which feed into colleges and universities that are in the wider world, two small markets, connected to the wider market and its chain, a mosque, a temple, a church, a pagoda, a synagogue, linked and connected to the wider spheres of faiths. There are playing fields, farmlands where people are living and going about their business of life. All this is connected to this: social interactions of people, among and between them through established rules and customs and through and by organisations, institutions and structures that they have developed to support them in living life which is to be able to imagine, create and live. To be useful to others as well as oneself and one's family and community. So the Station Master sells tickets, the Station Porter goes up and lights up those old Victorian Lanterns at dusk and puts them off when the trains stop for the day, the old man who did not have to work still gets up at three o'clock in the morning to open his cafe which his family asks him to stop doing but he does so that the people for the early dawn train would find warmth and can have a drink, the Doctor goes about seeing her patients, the chemist goes about offering medications to people, the religious persons go about doing their parts in the 'temples' mentioned, the primary and secondary school teachers go about teaching, the farmers and fishermen go about fishing, the cafes and restaurants go about serving people, the social, political and cultural spheres work on. The study of all this is to understand how this network of people and organisations and the culture that they help create work, develop and run on and this study is the domain of sociology which means it cannot be done properly unless it has an eye in the depth of understanding the political, economical and  jurisprudential philosophy and the management systems that they have created that go towards creating and enabling that culture to which Sociology tries to offer its lights. On a humanical perspective sociology is a tool to understand the inner striving of humanity to create peace and stability through which life is supported, enabled and nurtured which means to achieve natural justice, liberty and equality for only which establishes the due process of law in which the rule of law is the 'nature' of society and the people who live in it being purposeful and useful to wider life while being able to support and develop their own, being at liberty, being at equality and protected by the same laws that protect everyone else equally and at all times. Munayem Mayenin: Editor: Posted on: November 14: 2015