Published October 1, 2006
by NYU Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||220|
The case against punishment: retribution, crime prevention, and the law. User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. Golash (law, American Univ.; The Bail Reform Act of ) takes the provocative stance that punishment is not only useless but immoral and indefensible, regardless of one's philosophical bent. The Case Against Punishment by Deirdre Golash, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(10). The Case for Capital Punishment contains an analysis of rarely-considered factors that influence the deterrence of murder and a discussion of the common criticisms of capital punishment. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Author: Alfred B. Heilbrun. The case against punishment: retribution, crime prevention, and the law. [Deirdre Golash] -- "Drawing on both empirical evidence and philosophical literature, this book argues that the harm done by punishing criminal offenders is ultimately morally unjustified.
This book offers parents and teachers constructive methods of discipline, useful for everyday situations. It documents the long-term negative effects of spanking'how it brutalizes kids and creates violent adults. Irwin Hyman, an expert in the field of home and school discipline, explains in a Brand: Wiley. In The Case against Punishment, Deirdre Golash addresses these and other questions about the value of punishment in contemporary society. Drawing on both empirical evidence and philosophical literature, this book argues that the harm done by punishing criminal offenders is ultimately morally : Deirdre Golash. The Legal Status of Corporal Punishment Violence Against Women. Years ago, it was acceptable for a husband in the United States to beat his wife in order to get her to do what he wanted or to punish her. His asserting his authority through corporal punishment was accepted as a social norm. WE the HANGMEN (UK Consul Book #); a Formidable Case against Capital Punishment. Clarke, Comer.
Reimann's book is possibly the best out of the entire lot. I'm very disappointed in that I've tried making contact with Jeffreys through Henry Holt's publicity group for greater than 4 months and they refuse to return correspondence in regards to a book I'm writing. All of these books contain valuable s: The Church has gotten used to thinking of God as Someone who designed a grotesque punishment called Hell and will send the majority of His creation there. It's as if to say, "God did the best He could". This is totally against the scriptural view of a wise and loving God who is sovereign, all-powerful, merciful, and victorious. Each entry is signed by the person carrying out the punishment and in the case of the book for the Deputy Head, is also signed by the Headmaster (occasionally). To read the two books, click on the cover. There are 21 pages in the first book and then 5 in the second. The names have been "redacted" to protect the privacy of the individuals. THE CASE AGAINST CORPORAL PUNISHMENT OF CHILDREN Converging Evidence From Social Science Research and International Human Rights Law and Implications for U.S. Public Policy Elizabeth T. Gershoff University of Michigan Susan H. Bitensky Michigan State University College of Law Although support for corporal punishment of children remains.