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  1. soc

    which type of punishment deter crime most effectively
  2. soc

    which type of punishment deters crime most effectively. and why. retribution, deterrence, rehabilitation and societal protection.
  3. soc

    does punishment deter crime and why
  4. soc

    what would be a intro that i could use about does punishment deter crime
  5. AP English

    My question is about the novel Crime and Punishment by Dostoevsky. How does the novel Crime and Punishment have universal significance in actual crime and punishment? Any help would be wonderful. Thanks. Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum.
  6. CJS 240

    Please write a 300 to 350 word response explaining how the threat of punishment either does or does not deter juvenile delinquency. Provide examples of general deterrence, specific deterrence, and situational crime prevention strategies. Additionally,
  7. Criminology

    According to proponents of capital punishment, which of the following is a true statement? A. Capital punishment deters crime. B. Capital punishment is less expensive than imprisonment. C. Capital punishment is widely accepted in the international
  8. English

    How capital punishment affects murder rates can be explained through general deterrence theory, which supposes that increasing the risk of apprehension and punishment for crime deters individuals from committing crime. Question would you say this passage
  9. criminology

    Is it possible to create a method of capital punishment that would actually deter murder
  10. composition II

    Is it possible to create a method of capital punishment that would actually deter murder? For example, by televising executions?
  11. USA PoliScience

    A majority of Americans believe the death penalty deters crime. a. yes b. no The other question was about Texas believing so. I would say Texans believe it will deter crime but over all majority of Americans do not.
  12. Psychology

    9 Dr. Kyle shared the newspaper clipping with the class. “This is an unusual case, but I believe that punishment phase of the trail would have been different in another state. The crime was committed, but the defendant is not in touch with reality
  13. Psychology Please Help!

    Dr. Kyle shared the newspaper clipping with his class. "This is an unusual case, but I believe the punishment phase of the trial would have been different in another state. The crime was committed, but the defendant is not in touch with reality most of the
  14. Psychology

    Dr. Kyle shared the newspaper clipping with his class. "This is an unusual case, but I believe the punishment phase of the trial would have been different in another state. The crime was committed, but the defendant is not in touch with reality most of the
  15. Social Studies

    The Bill of Rights promises that punishment for a crime cannot be cruel or unusual, meaning that it cannot be painful or degrading to the person's dignity. What punishment would be considered cruel and unusual. Someone who commits assault is beaten as
  16. Criminal Justice

    Could someone please help me with this question? What is the relationship to the law and the government structure as it applies to the criminal justice system? Here is what I have so far: The relationship to the law and the government development as it
  17. English

    I need to relate Fyodor Dostoevsky's "Crime and Punishment" to socialism, but haven't the slightest idea where I'd start. Obviously Nihilism and Nietzsche's theory play a role... but how does socialism play a role? Anyone have any ideas? Thank you for
  18. the scarlet letter

    what was hester's crime and punishment?
  19. Early Childhood

    What is the most important difference between consequences and punishment? a. Punishment is often late. b. Consequences are not as bad as punishment c. Consequences are a result of the child's actions. d. Punishment is the result after the action. I chose
  20. Criminology

    Which option would a judge choose to deter a first time, nonviolent offender from future crime at the lowest possible cost to taxpayers? a. fines b. prison c. rehabilitation d. probation d?
  21. Criminal Justice

    Which of the following would be of greatest concern from an ethical standpoint? A. The number of homicide victims in a given place during a given time period. B. The legal elements of the crime of homicide. C. Whether capital punishment is a justifiable
  22. Criminal Justice

    The Corrections Model (Positivism) approach: A. has as its sentencing goal punishment/deterrence. B. uses determinate/definite sentences. C. sees the cause of crime as a rational choice made by the offender operating with free will. D. sees as the cause of
  23. math

    Using the table (ADBC)= 8 (DACB)=5 (BADC)=3 (BDCA)=1 (DCAB)=2 (it is supposed to be a table but the table won't paste correctly). Deter mine: a) deter mine the winner using the Borda count b) deter mine the winner using the Hare method? What round did you
  24. criminal justice

    Do you feel that juvenile delinquency can effectively be curbed by the threat of corporal punishment? Why or why not?
  25. English

    In any academic writing, it is appropriate to use the word you, as in: When you read the research, you know that the death penalty does not deter crime. True False I say false. Please check my work.
  26. english

    how does raskolnikov, a tragic figure, from crime and punishment serve as an instrument for the suffering of others.
  27. SS7R - Bill of Rights Project - 8th Amendment

    8th Amendment The Eighth Amendment to the United States Constitution is the part of the United States Bill of Rights prohibiting the federal government from imposing excessive fines or cruel and unusual punishments. Excessive hail shall not be required nor
  28. criminal justice

    Which of the following key deontological concepts refers to the idea that criminal punishment should “fit the crime”?
  29. Psychology

    1)All of the following are ture of punishment except: a) Punishment does not extinguish behavior b) Punishment automatically teaches how to act appropriately c) Punishment frequently leads to aggression I think the answer is b. Am I correct? 2) In social
  30. Introduction to the Criminal Justice System

    Is Common Law, Statute, and Jurisdiction sources of Criminal Law? What I have is, almost all criminal prosecutions today are based on criminal laws defined by statute rather than by the common law. That is true, because punishment is clearly stated in
  31. English

    i need to fix this sentence "Stop or I'll block you!" the boy yelled. I replace block with deter instead because it be stronger word but teacher say that it not tell her anything but that i just read the definition of deter. i not get what she mean by
  32. Civics (Reed)(Check)

    1. What information is being presented? What facts are presented? For trial by jury: A: You cannot set up or establish your own court system. This amendment should be more known by citizens or the people. For excessive bail and fines: A: If you are accused
  33. History

    How did Athenians determine if a man should be exiled from Greece as a punishment for a crime? A.The man could choose between death and exile if he murdered another man. B.Only the women and children of Athens were allowed to banish the criminals of the
  34. Theory of knowledge

    The death penalty Lets say someone says that the death penalty killed over 3000 people but only 3 of them were innocent and they provide examples and evidence, and say that it toke away the lives of people who commited crime so it should be favored. How
  35. Crime and Punishment

    In the novel Crime and Punishment, what qualities in the landlady's daughter endeared her to Raskolnikov? Is the attraction comparable to or opposite from Luzhin's attraction to Dounia? I'm not sure of where in the novel this information would be, any help
  36. ethics

    Which of the following key deontological concepts refers to the idea that criminal punishment should “fit the crime”? Answer Retribution Desert Proportionality Recidivism
  37. Constutitional Law

    You are a paralegal assisting an attorney who is representing an individual who has been convicted of a murder during a home invasion and who was sentenced in state court to be executed. You are assisting with research for an appeal to the U.S Supreme
  38. Ethics

    1. Which of the following would be of greatest concern from an ethical standpoint? A. The number of homicide victims in a given place during a given time period B. The legal elements of the crime of homicide C. Whether capital punishment is a justifiable
  39. Justice system

    1. The majority of historical and scholarly evidence suggests that poverty: A. and crime tend to increase at the same time. B. may serve to perpetuate crime but is not a major cause of crime. C. and crime are totally unrelated. D. and crime rates stand in
  40. french

    I am doing a debate in french and my side is that the HLM in France isnt working and it should be replaced with a new type of system. Do you know any websites with information about the HLM in france. All I can find in wikipedia. also any charts or graphs
  41. French

    I am doing a debate in french and my side is that the HLM in France isnt working and it should be replaced with a new type of system. Do you know any websites with information about the HLM in france. All I can find in wikipedia. also any charts or graphs
  42. Human Relations Part 1

    When you complete a job, but use more time and effort than is truly necessary, how have you worked? A. Effectively, but not efficiently B. Neither effectively nor efficiently C. Efficiently, but not effectively D. Both effectively and efficiently
  43. Socials medieval England

    I'm learning abt punishment and crime that happened in England and how persons had to undergo ordeals by trials. Question I'm having trouble with is why people and whole village in general had to come as first finders and be in mercy when they didn't
  44. Socials, medieval England

    I'm learning abt punishment and crime that happened in England and how persons had to undergo ordeals by trials. Question I'm having trouble with is why people and whole village in general had to come as first finders and be in mercy when they didn't
  45. English composition

    We do not allow capital punishment in this ideal land, for criminals should have time to repent in jail. In the long run, there would be many people who changed and become good people in the prison. Opponents of the capital punishment argue that capital
  46. Law

    Identification of evidence, examination of questionable documents, forensic chemistry, and DNA analysis are all functions of (1 poin crime files. criminal law. crime journals. crime laboratories.
  47. Criminology

    What are three crime prevention methods for property crime and three crime prevention methods for enterprise crime? And how successful is each prevention method? Are there statistics and anecdotal to show this evidence?
  48. English

    1. You have to structure your time effectively. 2. You have to construct your time effectively. 3. Yoiu have to organize yoiur time effectively. ================ Are they the same in meaning? Are they all grammatical? Which verb do we have to use?
  49. history

    Who opposed capital punishment and proposed new approaches to justice in his essay “On Crimes and Punishment”?
  50. Technology

    What type of structure would house the curcuit most effectively
  51. Mmokeng secondary school

    What type of structure would house the circuit most effectively?
  52. Technology

    What type of structure would house the circuit most effectively?
  53. Technology

    What type of structure would house the circuit most effectively?
  54. Technology

    What type of structure would house the circuit most effectively
  55. CRIMINOLOGY

    Identify 1 crime prevention method for property crime and 1 crime prevention method for enterprise crime. How successful is each prevention method? Illustrate your findings with statistics and anecdotal evidence.
  56. criminal Justice

    Punishment and sentencing have gone through various phases throughout the history of Western civilization. Discuss the concept of and rationale behind criminal punishment.
  57. Applied Dog Behavior

    please check my answer thanks You're using punishment to get rid of a particular behavior. You should keep using the same punishment for three to five tries I said True
  58. cjs220

    Write a minimum 450 word response addressing the following points: o Compare and contrast two theories on the causation of crime. o Using the crime of homicide – compare the difference in crime rates (per 100,000 people) between your current city and New
  59. writing

    What is another keyword(s) you could search for information on capital punishment? A Death penalty Prison Corporal punishment Killing people
  60. Criminal law

    1. The primary purpose of psychological profiling is to provide: A.the identity of an offender involved in a violent crime such as murder or sex crime. B. absolute information about an offender’s emotional and personality character traits and to
  61. criminal justice

    Compare and contrast two theories on the causation of crime. o Choose one crime trend outlined in the text and explain its relationship to one of the crime theories you just compared.
  62. CRT 205

    The following activity helps you sharpen your skills in recognizing deceptive reasoning. The statements below are derived from the viewpoints in this chapter. Beside each one, mark the letter of the type of deceptive appeal being used. More than one type
  63. research methods

    Let's suppose that you are the chief researcher for this research project. You got the result just like Table 1 in the below. You want to put your finding in a report. Write a report with a minimum length of 250 words which is based on the Table 1. You
  64. law

    The crime analysis technique involves the study of crime and/or social problems in a specific area is Tactical crime analysis
  65. Sentencing

    Do you agree or disagree with the argument that crime seriousness and prior criminal records are not legally relevant variables? Many agree, many disagree, I would like to hear more opinions and why? I agree. Prior crime does not equate to current crime.
  66. Lang Arts

    2. Which verb correctly completes the below sentence? The collection written by several of my favorite authors _____ research in the rainforest. *discuss discusses 4. Because Anne refers to the bumper sticker as “everlasting punishment,” you can infer
  67. Health and Human Services

    a. bandwagon—the idea that “everybody” does this or believes this b. categorical statements—stating something in a way that implies there can be no argument or disagreement on the issue c. personal attack—criticizing an opponent personally
  68. Criminal Justice/Report Writing

    A criminal investigation cannot begin until one of three things is present; these include all of the following EXCEPT: A. a crime must have occurred. B. there must be a reasonable certainty that a crime has occurred. C. the investigator must be reasonably
  69. Law

    •Provide a chart showing some of the basic costs of crime, including indirect costs (such as emotional costs) and economic costs. •Discuss the concept of indirect costs of crime. •List at least three indirect costs of crime. These costs can be costs
  70. science

    what type of crime scene is most likely to contain toolmarks
  71. criminal juctice 230

    Prepare a 200- to 300-word response to the following questions: •What is the objective of punishment in the criminal justice system? •How does punishment apply to the overall criminal justice system? •How may punishment assist with achieving
  72. social studies

    what is the fbi crime index? Can you tell me where i can find imformation on natural crime and legal legal crime. thank you so much amy
  73. English

    I can't find anything about Puritan Punishment. I am try to figure out what they believed was an effective mean of punishment? I googled it and everything. Does anyone know? http://russell.gresham.k12.or.us/Meling/newcrimeandpunish.html
  74. psy

    just want to know if i am in the right direction make example sentence for praticing generalization, discrimination, extinctiom, spontaneous recovery, positive reinforcement, negative reinforcement, punishment generalization 1.John was frightened by a
  75. Goverment

    1. Read each situation. Write whether a bill of attainder, an ex post facto law, or a writ of habeas corpus woul prevent the situation from happening. A. ______________ shortly after video cameras were invented, a man evident aped a rock concrete. Years
  76. Ethics/Criminal Justice

    These two questions are similar in type and I am really confused by the textbook. 1) Which of the following objections to criminal punishment might be raised by a Kantian ethical framework? A. Incapacitation amounts to using offenders to benefit the
  77. Technology/science

    What type of structure would house an LDR Circuit effectively so that it receives a signal of light ?
  78. english

    While there is little evidence that the federal capital punishment system treats minorities unfairly, some may argue that the death penalty systems in certain states may be discriminatory. One such state is Maryland. In May 2001, then-Governor Parris
  79. English

    1.Shortly after World War II, Japan began the great economic (sure, trait) that has put her among the world's top industrial nations surge 2.All those smooth words and vague promises are not going to (adhere, deter) us from doing what we know is needed to
  80. Criminal justice

    What are the primary modifications of the classical school made by neoclassical criminology? Define moral panic according to Stanley Cohen. Compare the concept to the disaster analogy, especially the politics of media construction of particular moral
  81. law

    How could crime help private business? Identify 10 industries or companies that could benefit from crime. Are there problems inherent in organizations benefiting from criminal activities? Why? Should organizations that benefit from crime operate as
  82. Government

    Need a response to all 3 statements 1.The US Supreme Court has ruled that the death penalty does not violate the 8th Amendment protection against "cruel and unusual punishment". Still this remains a highly controversial topic. How do you feel about the
  83. social studies

    What type of a social scientist would research "where does the most crime happen in the world"?
  84. criminology

    what are the three major kinds of crime statistics used by criminologists? What are the advantages and disadvantages of each measure of crime? What kinds of questions about crime does each measure address most usefully?
  85. law

    ◦What is traffic calming, and how can it alleviate fear or disorder? Describe how the safe corridor initiative benefited by furthering community-policing goals? Does this affect negative citizen encounters? Why? How can the police turn a negative citizen
  86. debate

    We will be having our debate. Our proposition is entitled, "Resolved, that Capital Punishment be restored." Particularly, here in the Philippines. I am the third speaker in the affirmative side, what would be my contentions to make Capital Punishment be
  87. Socials medieval England

    I'm learning abt punishment and crime that happened in England and how persons had to undergo ordeals by trials. Question I'm having trouble with is why people and whole village in general had to come as first finders and be in mercy when they didn't
  88. law

    __________ refers to the convicted offender's personal statement to the court prior to imposition of sentence. A. The agreement of submission B. Voir dire C. Retribution D. Allocution is it D 2. When the framers of the Constitution incorporated the ban
  89. Criminal Justice

    Can someone help me find the average punishment for forcible in the United States? I know most of it is based on a state level, but I'm having a hard time finding any general information. I need to know the current punishment for . Please help :)
  90. English

    If there are two independent clauses in a sentance, but one of the already has a comma, then should there be a semicolon before the conjunction? I just got a paper back from my english teacher and this sentance is one he corected: "Though some people
  91. Criminal Justice

    People appear to be particularly fascinated by what type of crime? A. Violent B. Property C. Victimless D. Common law Is it A
  92. economics

    1. The rationale for punishment and correction comes from A. the social contract theory. B. RawlsÂ’s theory. C. utilitarianism. D. egoism. 2. The two major justifications for treatment and punishment are A. incapacitation and deterrence. B. just
  93. english

    Doe this relevant to the crime and relevant to social class? This is based on "Don't know much about crime" story. I can't find anything about hatchback car. And other thing, Englihman says Billy "sticks out like a sore thumb" what does it mean and does it
  94. computer

    THREE CRITICALLY IMPORTANT QUESTIONS REGARDING------- "computer crimes, hackers, crackers, and ethics: how is computing and information-technology crime different or not different from "normal" crime?" Computer crime can be committed from sites extremely
  95. English

    Writeacher, where shall I "who"instead of which" in the sentence below? Thank you. 1) In all revenge tragedies a sexual or violent crime is committed against a family member of the hero, which (stands for the "crime") for various reasons cannot be
  96. HSM210

    Mrs Sue do you mind checking my answers for me please? I have been working on this assignment for several days. The following activity helps you sharpen your skills in recognizing deceptive reasoning. The statements below are derived from the viewpoints in
  97. Criminal Justice/White Collar Crime

    ___________is an especially alarming characteristic of white-collar crime that, ironically, is also an explanation of low public interest in white-collar crime. A. The small number of people actually victimized by white-collar crime B. Excessive government
  98. Help with Psychology regarding Positive Correlatio

    Which of the following is an example of a positive correlation? a) The crime rate increases as the income level decreases. b) As education levels decrease, the crime rates increase. c) The crime rate decreases as city population decreases. d) None of the
  99. Computer -- I don't understand the assignment

    THREE CRITICALLY IMPORTANT QUESTIONS REGARDING------- "computer crimes, hackers, crackers, and ethics: how is computing and information-technology crime different or not different from "normal" crime?" ----------------------------- so basically my
  100. criminal justice

    To some, the victim's rights movement is more an exercise in symbolic politics than a substantive program. As a result, some critics argue that many of these programs are really more interested in severe punishment of the defendant than in helping victims

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