Chapter 1 STUDY GUIDE version 2 ANSWER SHEET - CHAPTER 1(ANSWER SHEET Early History(2000 B.C to A.D 1800 Criminal law typically requires action against

Chapter 1 STUDY GUIDE version 2 ANSWER SHEET - CHAPTER...

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CHAPTER 1 (ANSWER SHEET)Early History (2000 B.C. to A.D. 1800)Criminal law typically requires _________ action against a wrongdoer. a. publicb. retaliatoryc. aggressived. fairAnswer: aObjective: Define terms related to the introduction to corrections.Page number: 5Level: IntermediateThe basis for modern penal philosophy was established in the Objective: Summarize sentencing goals and primary punishment philosophies.Page number: 10Level: BasicJail fever was a common term for Objective: Define terms related to the introduction to corrections.Page number: 11Level: BasicAll of the following are among John Howard’s principles for a penitentiary system exceptObjective: Summarize sentencing goals and primary punishment philosophies.Page number: 13Level: IntermediateIn England, a gaol was a(n)a. jail.b. Bridewell.c. Mamertime Prison.d. asylum.Answer: a1
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CHAPTER 1 (ANSWER SHEET)Early History (2000 B.C. to A.D. 1800)Objective: Define terms related to the introduction to corrections.Page number: 14Level: BasicThe deportation of criminals to America from England between 1596 and 1776 was known as Objective: Define terms related to the introduction to corrections.Page number: 14Level: BasicThe deportation of criminals to America from England stopped because of Objective: Summarize early response to crime prior to the development of prisons.Page number: 14-15Level: IntermediateMaison de Force was a
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