Crime and Punishment

Eleanor Matthewman
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Eleanor Matthewman
Created by Eleanor Matthewman about 6 years ago
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Crime and Punishment
1 Key Words
1.1 Capital Punishment- form of punishment in which a prisoner is put to death for their crime(s)
1.2 Corporal Punishment- form of punishment where pain is inflicted upon the body
1.3 Crime- breaking the law
1.4 Imprisonment- when a person is put in jail for commiting a crime
2 Aims of Punishment
2.1 Retribution- means of revenge against the criminal
2.2 Deterrence- To put people off commiting crimes
2.3 Reformation- To change someone's behaivour for the better
2.4 Protection- to stop the crinimal from harming anyone in society
2.5 DR PeppeR
3 Key Quotes
3.1 "An eye for an eye"
3.2 "Thou shall not kill"
3.3 "We cannot teach killing is wrong by killing"
3.4 "Obey your leaders and submit to their authority"
3.5 "We must obey God rather than men"
3.6 "Let he who is without sin cast the first stone"
4 Christian Views
4.1 Christians recognise that crinimals need to be punished
4.2 Prison is often supported by christians so long as it is neither too cruel nor too soft
4.3 Most Christians agree that you need to follow the law as it is designed for peace. However, in extreme cases, some christians feel they need to break the law to save lives eg Bonhoeffer
4.4 God hates the sin, not the sinner
4.5 God forgives all
5 Causes of Crime
5.1 money
5.2 bad background
5.3 drugs
5.4 bordom

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