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Can violence in American society be controlled?
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A 5 page address of the factors that contribute to violence in our modern world. The author takes us back to the latter nineteenth century and the town of Bodie California to point out that even in Bodies most violent days the types of violence that were conducted were very different than that we see today. The author then explores such factors as declining societal mores in their contribution to violence and contends that violent games such as video games and paintball are not as much to blame as the lack of societal guidance. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Capital Punishment and the Church
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This 28 page paper evaluates views on capital punishment as it respect people of various religious backgrounds. Although many religions are mentioned, the paper focuses on Protestantism and Catholicism as practiced in the United States. The history of the church in respect to support and opposition of capital punishment is discussed as well as official positions of various churches. Studies are quoted from a variety of sources to demonstrate the public's view of the death penalty. The paper evaluates the differences between the positions of those who are Protestant and those who are Catholic. Various sects of Protestantism are discussed. Bibliography lists 20 sources.
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Capital Punishment: Overview And Opposition
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8 pages in length. From drugs to kidnapping and self-defense to first-degree murder, virtually no felon is free of the potential verdict of the death sentence. White-collar crime is just as vulnerable to a decision for capital punishment as is one who bludgeons his victim with his bare hands. The severity of the crime is not so much in the trail of blood left behind as it is in the overall aftermath. Inasmuch as capital punishment is such an intensely explosive issue, supporters and opponents alike do their best to persuade the opposition of their viewpoint. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
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Capitalism, Victimization, and the Criminal Justice System: The Ethical Implications of Allowing Criminals to Profit From Their Crimes
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A 3 page observation that capitalism can be linked to victimization and the criminal justice system in a number of diverse ways. One of the most disturbing of these, however, is the contemporary trend of criminals capitalizing on their crimes after their conviction and imprisonment by making book and movie deals or even producing art or song lyrics. The author explores the ethical implications of this situation. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Case Study Analysis in Criminology
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This 3 page paper examines four theories of crime (Marxist, feminist, labeling and conflict). They are applied to a case study submitted by a student. The case involves a woman who is a drug addict. How she got that way and what to do about it is at the crux of this analysis. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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