Crime and punishment mindmap

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  • Crime and Punishment
    • Drugs
      • Hard and soft drugs
    • Effects
    • Buddhist responses
      • A clear mind is needed for meditation (against drugs and alcohol)
      • Do not harm your body with intoxicants , 5th precept (against all)
      • Right Action
    • The need for law and justice
      • To protect people
      • To keep the peace
      • Responsibility
      • Families and justice
      • Morals
      • To protect weak and vulnerable people
      • To uphold human rights
      • Ahimsa: Do not harm any living thing
      • Principle of Karma: everyone will reap the consequences of their actions
      • I believe in justice and truth, without which there would be no basis for human hope
      • God is just.
      • An eye for an eye - if anyone slaps your left cheek, let him slap your left cheek too
      • God made humans in his own image
      • Judgement Day  - God will judge all people
    • Types of punishment.
      • See very colourful and fabulous table from last lesson
  • Classes - A, B, C
    • Drugs
      • Hard and soft drugs
    • Class A worst (heroin); class C less bad (cannabis)
  • Class A worst (heroin); class C less bad (cannabis)
  • Legal, illegal, prescribed
    • Alters how the mind and body work
      • Addiction
        • Recreational use
          • Nicotine: addiction, lung cancer, bad teeth, stomach ulcers,
            • Effects
          • Alcohol: confidence boost, calming, hallucinations, loss of inhibitions
            • Caffeine: alert and awake, headaches, laxative, shaking
              • Not very dangerous. Large amounts, headaches and insomnia
                • Helps people stay awake
            • Can be dangerous. Excessive drinking can lead to vomiting and death. Vulnerable.
              • Alcohol: confidence boost, calming, hallucinations, loss of inhibitions
                • Boosts confidence, taxes, calms.
              • Long term effects as above
                • Nicotine: addiction, lung cancer, bad teeth, stomach ulcers,
                • Taxes, stress relief, suppresses appetite so weigh loss
                  • Long term effects as above
                  • Christian responses
                    • Crime and Punishment
                      • Buddhist responses
                        • A clear mind is needed for meditation (against drugs and alcohol)
                        • Do not harm your body with intoxicants , 5th precept (against all)
                        • Right Action
                      • The need for law and justice
                        • To protect people
                        • To keep the peace
                        • Responsibility
                        • Families and justice
                        • Morals
                        • To protect weak and vulnerable people
                        • To uphold human rights
                        • Ahimsa: Do not harm any living thing
                        • Principle of Karma: everyone will reap the consequences of their actions
                        • I believe in justice and truth, without which there would be no basis for human hope
                        • God is just.
                        • An eye for an eye - if anyone slaps your left cheek, let him slap your left cheek too
                        • God made humans in his own image
                        • Judgement Day  - God will judge all people
                      • Types of punishment.
                        • See very colourful and fabulous table from last lesson
                    • Jesus was a healer (for drugs)
                    • Don't you know your body is a temple (against drugs)
                    • Jesus drank wine at the last supper (for alcohol)
                    • Do not get drunk on wine which will ruin you (against alcohol)
                    • Jesus turned water into wine (for alcohol)

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                  Miss KHP

                  Great resource for Edexcel Crime and Punishment!

                   

                  Really detailed mind map that you can print out if you would like to. You can also test yourself to check your progress.

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