Week 6-10 ONLY, so thats a total of 5 topics you need to do which should be 10 pages ONLY. You need to do the relevant readings for each topics and the readings are on page 13-15 on the Manual of the Subject. You need to simply summaries all the readings and follow the criteria where you need to: summary/analysis your reflections on the tutorial topic. The tutorial portfolio involves your individual reflection, critical assessment and evaluation of each of these topics. Note that it is your individual reflections which will be assessed and not the answers to the questions set for each tutorial. The questions under each tutorial are there to assist you to understand the reading(s). They do not form part of your portfolio. Your individual portfolio entry for each topic will involve you: • synthesising the issues and debates raised in the tutorial materials and class discussions— distinguishing between issues for which there is widespread consensus and those that remain unresolved. • critically analysing and evaluating arguments for (and against) a particular position/viewpoint. • articulating your own clear position/viewpoint on the topic, along with the evidence which supports your view. The expected length of each tutorial reflection is 2-pages. regarding referencing its laid back so you don't need to get 28 references exactly 10-15 is more than enough, as i have attached you the first part of the assessment done before , have a look at it and you will have a rough idea on what you need to do. The topics you need to do and the relevant readings: 6. THE REASONABLE PERSON TEST , Stanley Yeo, ‘Sex, Ethnicity, Power of Self-Control and Provocation Revisited’  18 Sydney Law Review, 304. 7. IDENTITY THEFT L Roberts, D Indermaur and C Spiranovic, ‘Fear of Cyber-Identity Theft and Related Fraudulent Activity, (2012) Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, 1-14. Clare Sullivan, ‘Is Identify Theft really Theft?’ (2009) 23(1 & 2) International Review of Law: Computers and Technology, 77-87. Mark Poster, ‘The secret self: The case of identity theft’ (2007) 21(1) Cultural Studies, 118-140. 8. LAW AND ORDER POLITICS Sharon Casey and Philip Mohr, ‘Law-and-Order Politics, Public-Opinion Polls and the Media’. University of South Australia Conference Paper 2005. Mary Ann Yeats, ‘”Three Strikes” and Restorative Justice: Dealing with Young Repeat Burglars in Western Australia’ (1997) 8(3) Criminal Law Forum, 369. Tamara Walsh, ‘Policing Disadvantage: Giving voice to those affected by the politics of law and order’, September (2008) 33 Alternative Law Journal, 160. George Zdebjiwsju, ‘Mandatory Imprisonment of Property Offenders in the Northern Territory (1999) University of New South Wales Law Journal, 302. 9. DEATH PENALTY ‘Contemporary Comments’ March 2006 17 Current Issues in Criminal Law, 1. ‘The Death Penalty in Australia and Overseas’ NSW Council of Civil Liberties Background Paper 29 March 2005, 1. Justice IDF Callinan ‘Capital Punishment’ Conference Paper circa 2007. Janet Chan and Deborah Oxley, ‘The deterrent effect of capital punishment: A review of the research evidence’ (2004) Contemporary Issues in Crime and Justice: Crime and Justice Bulletin October 2004 Number 84. D S Sidhu, ‘Death as Punishment’ Electronic copy available at: http://ssrn.com/abstract = 1123831. 10. GLOBALISATION, HUMAN RIGHTS AND TERRORISM George Syrota, ‘Australia’s Counter-Terrorism Offences: A Critical Study’ (2008) 34 UWA Law Review103. George Syrota, ‘The Definition of ‘Terrorist Act’ in Part 5.3 of the Commonwealth Criminal Code’ (2007) 33 UWAL Review, 307. Edwin Tanner, ‘Globalization, Terrorism, and Human Rights: The Mouse that Roared’ in Geoffrey Addicott, Md Jahid Hossain Bhuiyan and Tareq Chowdhury (eds), Globalization, International Law, and Human Rights (Oxford Uni Press, New Delhi, 2012) 87-110. Please follow the structure of the first part of this assignment i have attached to you, as it will need to have headings of the topic etc.