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What is war?
Armend conflict between two or more groups. Use armies and weapons to achieve a goal.
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What is Genetic engineering?
Scientists can modify the genetic make up of cells to treat genetic diseases.
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What is AID?
Artificial insemination by donor.
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What is AIH?
Artificial insemination by husband.
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What is mechanical adultery?
When you use a mans sperm that isn't your husband
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What is a designer baby?
Choose characteristics of your baby while its still an embryo.
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What is a savior sibling?
Child who is born to provide an organ or cell transplant to a sibling that is affected with a disease.
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Types of crime
Fraud Tax evasion Violence Theft Vandalism Tress passing ****
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Vindication
People who break the law must be punished
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Deterrence
Punishment is meant to be unpleasant to put the offender off
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Protection
Criminals pose a danger to the public and property so must be locked up
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Retribution
Somebody is always hurt after a criminal leaves damage and they must be punished by taking revenge
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Reformation
Society cant lock up everyone so they try to change the nature of the person
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Reparation
Make up for what you've done. People who break the law must make amends and pay for it in civil courts
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Custodial sentences
Prison
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Institutes for the criminally insane
Have offenders inside and safe with psychological problems
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Young offenders institutions
Offenders classed as children
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Non custodial sentences
Alternatives to prison
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ASBO
Anti social behavior order Set restrictions like curfew
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Community service
Unpaid work in the community
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Curfew
Must return home by a certain hour
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Electronic tagging
Monitoring movements. Attached to leg
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Fines
Set amount of money offender has to pay to victim
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Probation
Offenders regularly meet with an officer to monitor behavior
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Restorative justice
Young offenders attend sessions where they look at what they have done to victims
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Psychological reasons
The world around you jealousy and greed
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Social reasons
Want to fit in and peer pressure
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Environmental reasons
Home background poverty and deprivation
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Drug addiction
Crime to fund habits
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Forgiveness
Accepting someone is sorry and giving them another chance
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Repentance
Recognize you have done something wrong and want to change
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What is Genetic engineering?

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Scientists can modify the genetic make up of cells to treat genetic diseases.

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What is AID?

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What is AIH?

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What is mechanical adultery?

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