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Pros & Cons of Having Society Determine Punishment for Crime
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In 10 pages the author discusses the pros and cons of having society determine punishment for crime. 'Crime and punishment for crime has been around since the beginning of time. Looking to the importance of this, one will find that over the ages there have been different strategies for the punishment of crimes. As civilization has become more sophisticated, so has the punishment, which has ranged from flagellation, to hanging, to crucifixion, to exile, to prison, to the sentence of death, as in capital punishment. Punishment for crime has gone through many changes in the last decade. Today the death penalty is used quite frequently. Society has an impact on the type of punishment given for varying offenses' Bibliography lists 11 sources.
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The Death Penalty
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A 10 page paper focusing on the death penalty -- arguing for the abolishment of capital punishment. It is presumptuous of humans to think they somehow have the right to decide another's fate. Except in the case of self defense their is no ethical reason why humans should kill one another. Case studies are shown as examples. These studies include Karla Faye Tucker, Susie Jaeger, and Dr. Kevorkian. While the majority of the United States population believes in the death penalty it is still an affront to humanity in general and should be abolished. Bibliography follows containing 20 sources.
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The Death Penalty In America
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This 5 page paper opposes capital punishment based on a conflict perspective. The argument includes factual information about the incompetence of court appointed attorneys. The point made is that due to social stratification, the criminal justice system is unfair and thus, the death penalty should be abolished. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: Amcapun.rtf

The Death Penalty Is Not An Effective Deterrence
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In 15 pages the writer gives proof that the death penalty is not a deterrence. Solid reasons and arguments are given. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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The Death Penalty is Not Effective as a Deterrent
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In 5 pages, the reader is given an intellectual tool of awareness concerning the issue of capital punishment, which is also referred to as the death penalty. This is accomplished with paradigms attributed to crime and this type of punishment for that crime. The selections include a rich variety of data to support the key conclusion that the author makes, which is that capital punishment is not effective as a deterrent. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: Dpno.doc

The Death Penalty: Capital Punishment and the Effectiveness of this Policy as a Crime Deterrent
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This 5 page paper considers the issue of the death penalty and the implications for criminal justice. This paper assesses whether the implementation of capital punishment has determined an effective deterrent to crime and the implications for minority populations. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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The McVeigh Sentence and the Death Penalty
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A 10 page paper that discusses the following aspects of capital punishment with respect to the McVeigh sentence: Deterrent to crime? Victims' family revenge/coping mechanism? Religious precedent? Comparison to Charles Manson's continued anarchy? The paper posits that based on the findings in all of the above, that the McVeigh case needs further consideration. Bibliography lists 20 sources.
Filename: Mcveigh.wps

The Relationship Between Race & the Use of the Death Penalty
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In 10 pages the author discusses the relationship between race and the use of the death penalty, which is also known as capital punishment. The death penalty is alive and well in America. It is also a very prejudicial institution. The death penalty is the ultimate punishment anyone can face. In addition, the persons on death row must remain there for years awaiting execution. For the innocent member of a racial minority, this is a difficult pill to swallow, but one that has been forced upon them in manners that are quite reprehensible due to the discrimination involved. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: Racepen.wps


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