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Cowell Core 80A week 1 notes

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these notes were taken on the first day of class and discuss they topics that were spoken about in class.
Cowell Core 80A
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justce, and, injustice
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Cella Forfia on Sunday September 25, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 22230 at University of California - Santa Cruz taught by CAROL FIGUEIREDO in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 4 views. For similar materials see Cowell Core 80A in ENGLISH (ENG) at University of California - Santa Cruz.


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Date Created: 09/25/16
Week 1 ­ Justice   Distributive Justice​: ensuring that every person has access to the same equal resources      Procedural Justice​: ensuring that every person is treated with equal respect     Restorative Justice​: The process in which two groups that have had a previous conflict,  come together and discuss the conflict between them. They then come to a conclusion on how to  create lasting peace and justice in the future.     Retributive Justice​: coming to an agreement that clearly outlines what is wrong and  how/when punishment should be given.         Class Discussion       Our Class discussion was based on our summer reading, which centered around the idea  of justice and injustice. We were asked to write about something that we find to be unjust. My  answer largely centered around police brutality against the African American community. My  answer is as follows:   Since the early 1980’s and 90’s police have been known to target minority groups such as  African American and hispanic males of all ages. Authority figures have long been known to  clash with underprivileged youth and minority groups tend to fall under this category. The  assumption that all males that identify within these groups are dangerous leads to random  searching and increased policing of certain people. The violence toward these people is  completely uncalled for and is not deserved. I think this is an example of injustice because  innocent people are having freedoms taken from them due to factors they cannot control.  


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