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The Media and Politics

The Media and Politics

The Media and Politics. Politics in the Age of Mass Media. Media and Elections. Politicians and media have a symbiotic relationship Media focus on conflict and negative advertisements Media focus on frontrunners and the horserace Campaigns focus on spin and soundbites. Media and Politics.

By jana
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Effective Storytelling

Effective Storytelling

Effective Storytelling . With Michelle Ubben. Origins of Storytelling . Modern Storytelling . Books Movies Television Journalists The WWW. Purpose of Storytelling. To entertain To persuade To convey an idea To record history To change policy . Preparing to tell a Story.

By bernad
(636 views)

Religion and Politics

Religion and Politics

Religion and Politics

By oshin
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The External Human Rights Policy of the European Union

The External Human Rights Policy of the European Union

Unit B/1 - Human Rights and Democratisation December 2008 The External Human Rights Policy of the European Union The Universal Declaration of Human Rights « All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights «  (article 1) The Second World War and the post-war context

By Mercy
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Judaism and the Death Penalty

Judaism and the Death Penalty

Judaism and the Death Penalty. A Humanistic Perspective By Ethan Bogard. Why Did I Select This Topic?. I was a lawyer in a mock trial I love Law and Order One of my core values is justice, and Barry Scheck is my role-model. The Death Penalty in the Jewish Bible: Passages.

By EllenMixel
(384 views)

Deterrence and the Death Penalty

Deterrence and the Death Penalty

Deterrence and the Death Penalty. Llad Phillips. VI. Lecture Six: “Deterrence and the Death Penalty”, Professor Phillips Ch. 10 (P&V) "Isolating Deterrence Using the Simultaneous Equation System" References: Gary Becker, "Crime and Punishment:

By Jeffrey
(515 views)

Sexual Predator Punishment and Control Act of 2006: Jessica’s Law

Sexual Predator Punishment and Control Act of 2006: Jessica’s Law

Sexual Predator Punishment and Control Act of 2006: Jessica’s Law. Ken Carabello, LCSW FMHAC March 15, 2007. History. 2005 Florida law named after Jessica Lunsford, murdered by John Couey in 2/05. Key provisions: Mandatory minimums – 25 years

By ostinmannual
(169 views)

People Power and Politics in the Post-War Period

People Power and Politics in the Post-War Period

People Power and Politics in the Post-War Period. Prime Ministers and Policies. Edward Gough Whitlam. Gough Whitlam (1916 - ). Born 11 July 1916 at Kew, Victoria B.A. LLB, (Syd.). Barrister Queen’s Counsel since 1962. Military Service.

By Jims
(308 views)

Chapter 14

Chapter 14

Chapter 14. Juvenile Justice, Probation, and Parole. Introduction. Although the rate of juvenile crime has declined, juvenile arrests still account for 17% of all violent crimes and 26% of all property crimes each year in the U.S.

By Thomas
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Sentencing the Guilty

Sentencing the Guilty

Sentencing the Guilty. Chapter 15. Eighth Amendment. Excessive bail shall not be required, not excessive fines imposed, not cruel and unusual punishments inflicted. Reasons for Sentencing. Retribution: Incapacitation: Deterrence: Rehabilitation:. Retribution.

By Anita
(260 views)

Chapter 15 Sentencing Options

Chapter 15 Sentencing Options

Chapter 15 Sentencing Options. Questions. Why do we sentence? Should the punishment fit the crime? or, Should the punishment fit the criminal?. Philosophies of Punishment. Retribution l Incapacitation l Deterrence l Rehabilitation l Restorative Justice. Questions:.

By libitha
(599 views)

Sociology 360: Quantitative Research Methods

Sociology 360: Quantitative Research Methods

Sociology 360: Quantitative Research Methods. Library Presentation by Hua Yi Spring, 2005. Objectives. For your assignment Search for books (brief) Search for research articles Citation . Reference Sources . The practice of social research H62 .B2 2004

By Gabriel
(415 views)

Introduction to Criminal Justice

Introduction to Criminal Justice

Introduction to Criminal Justice . Chapter Two. The Study of Crime. Criminology, the study of crime, gives us many philosophies as to why people break the law There is a difference between--- Correlation: Two variables that tend to vary together (Washing car)

By niveditha
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MOST COMMON DEATH PENALTY METHODS

MOST COMMON DEATH PENALTY METHODS

MOST COMMON DEATH PENALTY METHODS. CURRENT WORLD ISSUES MRS. TERPSTRA. THE WORLD’S VIEW. Trend?. What is the difference between colors? How do we compare to the world?. Top 5 states? States w/o Death Penalty?. 7 METHODS TYPICALLY USED…. HANGING.

By arleen
(299 views)

Civil liberties and Due Process

Civil liberties and Due Process

Civil liberties and Due Process. Introduction. Limited government means more than specific enumerated powers, separation of powers, checks and balances, and federalism. It also means specific guarantees that government will not infringe upon our rights and will protect them against abuse.

By Pat_Xavi
(253 views)

Punishment and Sentencing

Punishment and Sentencing

Chapter 13. Punishment and Sentencing. Past Punishments. Physical torture Branding Whipping Death. Historical Precedents. Banishment and exile in Greek and Roman societies Blood feuds settled offenses in the Middle Ages Forfeiture of land and property was common during the feudal period

By johana
(125 views)

Rational Choice Theory and Deterrence Theory

Rational Choice Theory and Deterrence Theory

Rational Choice Theory and Deterrence Theory . Rational Choice Theory Deterrence Theory Prisoner’s Dilemma. Personal Choice?. Personal choice?. Personal choice?. Personal choice .

By betty_james
(1321 views)

The Death Penalty : An Overview of the Ethical Issues

The Death Penalty : An Overview of the Ethical Issues

The Death Penalty : An Overview of the Ethical Issues. Ethics Matters. Lawrence M. Hinman, Ph.D. Professor of Philosophy University of San Diego Larry at EthicsMatters dot net November 29, 2010. Table of Contents. Statistics and Laws Philosophical Justifications Issues.

By karl
(687 views)

Chapter 9 Sentencing

Chapter 9 Sentencing

Chapter 9 Sentencing. Learning Objectives. Describe the five goals of contemporary criminal sentencing Illustrate the difference between indeterminate and structured sentencing Describe the different types of structured sentencing models in use today Define mandatory sentencing

By oke
(1262 views)

Deviance and Social Control

Deviance and Social Control

Deviance and Social Control. Chapter 6. What is Deviance? Pages 154-157. Deviance - violation of the norms Sociologist Howard Becker (1966) “not the act itself but the reaction to the act that makes something deviant”

By schuyler
(856 views)

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