Punishment

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What are the two justifications offered for punishment?
Reduction and Retribution
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What are the 3 ways in which punishment can reduce further crime?
1)Deterrence - punishing the individual discourages future offending 2)Rehabillitation - punishment can be used to reform offenders 3)Incapacitation - removes the offenders ability to offend again
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What is retribution ?
'Paying back'. It is a justification for punishing crimes that have already been committed, rather than preventing future crimes. Based on the idea that offenders deserve to be punished
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What are the 3 ways in which punishment can reduce further crime?

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1)Deterrence - punishing the individual discourages future offending 2)Rehabillitation - punishment can be used to reform offenders 3)Incapacitation - removes the offenders ability to offend again

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What is retribution ?

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