Putting People First: Some New Perspectives on Community ePub download
by Ray Astbury
- ISBN: 0900092769
- ISBN13: 978-0900092763
- ePub: 1758 kb | FB2: 1715 kb
- Publisher: AAL Publishing (1989)
- Pages: 65
- Rating: 4.4/5
- Votes: 432
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Write about the following topic: Some people think certain prisoners should be made to do unpaid community work instead of being put behind bars. They outline the need for unpaid community service as punishments for mild-offenders and youngsters. I believe that certain offenders should be given non-custodial sentences. The predominant reason for me to believe that unpaid community services like cleaning streets, planting trees, and working for charity instead of prison is that many offenders are not born-criminals and the circumstance often incite them to commit a felony.
Putting people first. some perspectives of community librarianship. by Raymond George Astbury. Cover title : Putting people first : some new perspective on community librarianship. Published 1989 by AAL Publishing in. Public libraries, Libraries and community. Includes bibliographical references and index. 65 p. Number of pages.
Life gets in the way, people grow and priorities change but the memories we have we will carry for life
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