Using the book ″Excessive force″ by Alok Mukherjee with Tom Harper, write a paper answering the question: Mukerjee demonstrates the Toronto Police Service (TPS) is reluctant to meaningfully and critically examine its own practices: in other words, the TPS has been reluctant to change. That said, his analysis lacks theoretical/conceptual sophistication. If Mukerjee was to write a second edition of his book, and if he was to hire you as a sociology consultant, how would you go about improving his understanding of the TPS’ unwillingness to change? This paper should be written at a fourth year university level. Use the sociological concept of racism in the police force to justify this answer, supported by examples from the novel. Use carding as an example of racism in policing and the incident with the letter carrier in chapter 2 of the novel. Use your knowledge of theory and related concepts to inform your analysis/evaluation. Be specific. Too many sweeping statements about the book won’t suffice. Although you’re trying to demonstrate what you have learned, try not to raise so many different ideas that you end up with an incoherent paper.
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