In Exerdses 7 16. snppnse that tm econo111y is divided into four M!Ctor.v (agriculwre, numufat'lfll'ing . services, anti enter winmem ) witlt the follml'ill8 input o11tp111111atrix: At;. Man 'in' l:nt [" .II .15 "] Agtintlturc c = .20 . 08 .24 .07 MJnu factunng . 18 . 16 .06 .22 Sen rce' .09 .07 .12 .05 Entcrtammcnt If the gross production for thi> economy is S30 million or agriculture. $40 million of manufacturing. S30 million of services. and $20 milhon of entertainment. what is the total value of the inputs from each scctor con,umed during the production procc>s?
Ethical and Philosophical Foundation of CRJ 03.05.2015 Question: Identify and discuss three ethical issues in the juvenile justice system. How have they been addressed The families, society and the police departments make its best effort to prevent crime. Especially, they try to keep the kids away from committing crime so that they don’t have to enter the juvenile justice system. Despite all these efforts, kids always get involved in crime; hence, they enter into the juvenile justice system where they have to face incarceration, mandatory probation hours etc. The main reason of putting them behind the bars is to teach discipline and scare them from committing any further crime. However, federal reports have shown, putting troubled kids into more punitive situati