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Forensic Science Curricular and Career Planning: A Modified Systems Theory-Based Model for Student Advising
Following the rise in popularity of forensic science, fueled by the media and perhaps necessity, comes the demand for an effective and productive approach to advising students interested in a career in this vast area. Forensic science is a large-scale umbrella term encompassing a multitude of disciplines. Whereas “forensic” means legal, any discipline that has an application to law or the legal system may be considered a “forensic science”. With the seemingly ever-increasing lure of forensic science as a career option, the question arises as to how best to assist students in making a dream job a reality. The purpose of this research is twofold: (1) summarize findings from forensic science job listings in the United States and (2) provide a framework, derived largely from Systems Theory, for understanding the advisee skillset, and suggest a model for a step by step career decision-making and curricular planning approach for professionals working in an advising capacity.
The best way to heal emotionally painful inner conflict is to stop resisting, controlling, censoring, judging, or interpreting our painful or uncomfortable feelings. When we take an attitude of nonjudgmental unconditional self-acceptance of all of our emotional feelings and experiential states, and no longer interfere with or interpret the painful feelings, then there is no longer any sense of division, distancing, or duality between our conscious mind, as knower, and the energy in the feelings. Being unified with our feelings, without judging or interpreting them from the outside, enables the feelings to speak for themselves and resolve themselves without interference.
The successful introduction and spread of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) into the global human population may have first emerged among humans in the early part of the 20th century (most likely contracted from infected primates).