Jeremy Bentham argued that effective punishments prevent in the future

Jeremy bentham argued that effective punishments

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Question 110 / 1 pointJeremy Bentham argued that effective punishments prevent _______ __________ in the future. premeditated behaviorpositive behaviorsimilar behaviorcoerced behavior Question 12 0 / 1 point Which of the following was NOT a medieval form of capital punishment? Question 131 / 1 pointDuring the Enlightenment, advances in scientific thinking led to an inquisitive attitude that emphasized allof the following ideas exceptfor:
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Question 141 / 1 pointUntil the late Middle Ages, prisons were used primarily for the detention of people awaiting trial. Question 15 1 / 1 point The practice of removing offenders from the community to another land was known as: benefit of clergy.galley slavery.wergild.transportation. Question 16 1 / 1 point Match each item to the phrase or sentence listed below. a. Punishment to a body inflicting pain b. Law of civil society c. Forced rowing d. Detention facility e. Pleasure over pain f. The right to be tried in ecclesiastical court g. Retaliation h. Age of Reason i. A form of banishment j. Free will and severe punishment Hulk Answer: j. Free will and severe punishment Question 170 / 1 pointBy the 1900s, punishments were carried out under the supervision of:
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Question 18 0 / 1 point Secular law is often referred to as the __________ law of society. Question 191 / 1 pointWhich of the following offender types were not considered to comprise a large portion of those who were sentenced to early English Bridewell houses? Question 200 / 1 point__________________ refers to punishment inflicted on the offender’s body with whips or other devices that cause pain. Quiz 3 Question 1 0 / 1 point Social and political values greatly influence correctional thought and practices. Question 21 / 1 pointThe ______________ were a group that looked to the social, economic, biological, and psychological rather than religious or moral explanations for the causes of crime. Question 3 1 / 1 point Match each item to the phrase or sentence below. a. Designed for young offenders b. Earned through behavior, education, and labor
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c. Treatment is required for offenders d. Done by inmate labor e. Contractors exchange food and clothing for convict labor f. Reintegration is the goal g. Developed in Auburn, NY h. Incarceration and supervision control behavior i. Isolates prisoners from society j. Sociological, biological, and psychological causes of crime Congregate system Answer: g. Developed in Auburn, NY
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