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Quiz 1 Answers

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Dae 'Janae Anderson
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Juvenile justice and corrections
Michael Klein

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Date Created: 03/24/16
Quiz Key Chapter 15 According to Beccaria in order for punishment to deter crime it must be certain swift and severe enough to outweigh any benefit offenders get from crime Chap 1 PG5 Sentencing disparity refers to a Wide variation in sentences received by different offenders that may be legitimate or discriminatory ex Treating crackcocaine and power cocaine differently Chap 5 PG 79 The study of right and wrong professional conduct is called ethics Chap 4 PG 61 The term rehabilitation means to restore or return to constructive or healthy activity and is aimed at curing criminals of their antisocial behavior Chap 1 PG 15 Prisons house offenders who have been convicted of a crime and are likely going to serve a sentence of at least one year as opposed to jails which typically house individuals prior to their trial or that received a sentence of less than a year What are 5 dominant justifications for punishment that have been dominant in the unites states over the last century Retribution deterrence incapitation rehabilitation reintegration Chap 1 PG 11 What are 2 con icting roles did Zimbardo play in the Stanford prison experiment Primary investigator or researcher and prison warden Define and provide an example of a problemsolving court Alternatives to traditional criminal courts that cannot adequately address the problems of offenders with special needs and other issues such a alcoholism or mental health problems Drug courts DUI domestic violence mental health


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