Theories of Punishment - Punishing others? Innocence?...

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Thought Question Is revenge a good reason to execute someone?
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Theories of Punishment How do we justify punishment?
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Theories of Punishment Jurisprudence
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Theories of Punishment Utilitarian Retributivist
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Theories of Punishment Utilitarian Cost Incapacitation Deterrence Retributivist
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Theories of Punishment Utilitarian Cost Incapacitation Deterrence Retributivist Retribution “Closure”?
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Theories of Punishment Our Focus Today: Deterrence Retribution
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Deterrence The omission of an act for fear of legal punishment Bentham Beccaria
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Deterrence Certainty Celerity Severity
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Two Types of Deterrence Specific Deterrence
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Criticisms of Deterrence Retributivist view?
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Criticisms of Deterrence Retributivist view? Punishing others?
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Criticisms of Deterrence Retributivist view? Punishing others? Innocence?
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Criticisms of Deterrence Retributivist view?
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Unformatted text preview: Punishing others? Innocence? Rational actors? Criticisms of Deterrence Retributivist view? Punishing others? Innocence? Rational actors? Empirical work? Retribution Just deserts Retribution Just deserts Non-utilitarian Retribution Just deserts Non-utilitarian Backwards oriented? Retribution Just deserts Non-utilitarian Backwards oriented? Lex Talionis Retribution Just deserts Non-utilitarian Backwards oriented? Lex Talionis Transformed today? Criticisms of Retribution? Revenge? Justice? Application? Meanings of crime? Changes over time? Reasons for the Death Penalty Utilitarian Cost Incapacitation Deterrence Retributivist Retribution Closure?...
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This note was uploaded on 07/20/2010 for the course SOC 308 taught by Professor Kurtz during the Summer '07 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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