483 student Hist of Punishment

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Page 1 of 2 FMG Video #10207: A History of Punishment What do the forms of punishment a society chooses, and the acts it deems a crime, tell you about a Society? – The forms of punishment represent a society’s values. Historically, punishment was used more often for _ vengeance, arbitration, and compensation_ than for rehabilitation. Video’s definition of punishment – the imposition of treatment following the violation of a rule. Han treatment involves condemnations Hammurabi’s Code – first known code of law. King of Babylon.tries to achieve balance between crime and punishment. Law of Moses – 8 th century bc. Applied to all jews. Inspired by 10 commandments. An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth Punishments in ancient Greece – 1 st to examine criminality. Very few inhabitants. Accused persons judged by their peers. Death penalty often imposed. Sacretes tried for ungodliness, accussed of corrupting youth.
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