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Introduction to criminal justice
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CRJ 201 Week 4 DQ 1 Corrections The Philosophy of Criminal Sanctions

CRJ 201 Week 4 DQ 1 Corrections The Philosophy of Criminal Sanctions

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There are four main philosophies behind criminal sanctions:  retribution, deterrence, incapacitation, and rehabilitation. a. Students whose names begin with the letters A – E: Define retribution. What is the history behind the use of retribution? What is the philosophy behind the use of retribution as a criminal sanction? b. Students whose names begin with the letters F – J: Define deterrence. What is the history behind the use of deterrence? What is the philosophy behind the use of retribution as a criminal sanction? c. Students whose names begin with the letters K – O: Define incapacitation. What is the history behind the use of incapacitation? What is the philosophy behind the use of incapacitation? d. Students whose names begin with the letters P – Z: Define rehabilitation. What is the history behind the use of rehabilitation? What is the philosophy behind the use of rehabilitation? 
What do you think is the best criminal sanction philosophy? Why? Make sure to substantiate your reasons with cited facts.

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