RS unity 8

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Pacifism: A belief that all disputes should be settled by peaceful means.
Weapons of Mass Destruction: Weapons that can devastate large areas and kill huge numbers of people.
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Conflict Resolution: Bringing a fight or struggle to a peaceful conclusion
United Nations: An international body set up to promote world peace and cooperation.
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Aggression: Attacking without being provoked.
Exploitation: Taking advantage of a weaker group
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World Peace: The ending of war throughout the whole world (basic aim of the UN)
Reconciliation: Bringing people back together to a point of harmony after a dispute.
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Electoral Processes: The ways in which voting is organised
Democratic Processes: The ways in which local citizens can take part in government.
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Political Party: A group which tries to be elected into power based on its policies.
Pressure Group: Groups formed to influence government policies on particular issues.
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Genetic Engineering: The deliberate alteration of a person by manipulating its genetic framework in order to cure or prevent diseases and disabilities in human beings.
Environment: The surroundings on which plants and animals live and on which they depend to continue living.
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Artificial Insemination: Injecting semen into the uterus (womb) by artificial methods.
Surrogacy: An arrangement where a woman bears a child for another woman.
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Addiction: A recurring compulsion to engage in an activity regardless of its effects.
Judgement: The act of evaluating people and their actions.
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Sin: An act against the will of God.
Rehabilitation: Readapt to normal life and thinking in society.
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Retribution: The idea that punishments should make criminals pay for what they have done wrong.
Deterrence: The idea that punishments will be of such a nature that they will put people off (deter) committing crimes.
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Reform: The idea that punishments should try to change criminals so that they will not commit crimes again.
Capital Punishment: The State sponsored death penalty.
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Justice: Due allocation of reward and punishment, the maintenance of what is right.
Law: Rules made by Parliament and enforceable by the police and the courts.
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Crime: An act against the law
Sin: An act against the will of God
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United Nations: An international body set up to promote world peace and cooperation.

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Conflict Resolution: Bringing a fight or struggle to a peaceful conclusion

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Exploitation: Taking advantage of a weaker group

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Reconciliation: Bringing people back together to a point of harmony after a dispute.

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Democratic Processes: The ways in which local citizens can take part in government.

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