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Corporal Punishment around the World (Global Crime and Justice) ePub download

by Laurie A. Gould,Matthew Pate

  • Author: Laurie A. Gould,Matthew Pate
  • ISBN: 0313391319
  • ISBN13: 978-0313391316
  • ePub: 1689 kb | FB2: 1713 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Publisher: Praeger (August 3, 2012)
  • Pages: 206
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Corporal Punishment around the World (Global Crime and Justice) ePub download

Examining the use of corporal punishment in different settings across cultures, this revealing volume looks at why some . Sets and defines the highest standard for the study of corporal punishment around the world.

Examining the use of corporal punishment in different settings across cultures, this revealing volume looks at why some societies accept this type of punishment. This book provides a fascinating look into the how, what, where, when and why of the world's longest lasting form of discipline and punishment.

Corporal Punishment defines what may be humanity's oldest form of punishment both historically and in its . Laurie A. Gould, PhD, is currently an assistant professor of justice studies at Georgia Southern University, Statesboro.

Corporal Punishment defines what may be humanity's oldest form of punishment both historically and in its contemporary forms, then looks at how it is currently applied to children, students, the incarcerated, and in religious settings. A series of case studies examines corporal punishment in specific regions of Bolivia, the Bahamas, Nigeria, Singapore, and Saudi Arabia to understand why certain societies have rejected this once universal approach while others continue to accept it, either within limits or without reservation.

State Fragility Around the World: Fractured Justice . Gould Corporal punishment as a sanction for criminal offenders has a long global history.

State Fragility Around the World: Fractured Justice and Fierce Reprisal analyzes the path to state . .Psychological Victimization Among College Students. Corporal punishment as a sanction for criminal offenders has a long global history.

Matthew Pate, Laurie A. Gould. It is the first comprehensive analysis of practices that while often controversial, remain deeply ingrained in human culture.

Global Crime and Justice. By (author) Matthew Pate, By (author) Laurie A. She was previously assistant professor at the University of Texas, Arlington. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.

Failed and fragile states often govern through the criminalization of otherwise inconsequential or tolerated acts. Readers will also gain a deeper understanding of what it means to be a fragile state as well as how state fragility affects core freedoms, the criminal justice process, and mechanisms of punishment.

Examining the use of corporal punishment in different settings across cultures, this revealing volume looks at why some societies accept this type of.Global Crime and Justice.

Examining the use of corporal punishment in different settings across cultures, this revealing volume looks at why some societies accept this type of punishment, some permit it in certain situations, and some reject it altogether. Corporal Punishment Around the World. ABC-Clio, LLC, Praeger.

CURRICULUM VITAE Laurie A. Gould CONTACT INFORMATION Department of Criminal Justice . State Failure Around the World: Fractured Justice and Fierce Reprisal. Crime and punishment around the world. Gould, L. and Sitren, A. (2005)

CURRICULUM VITAE Laurie A. Gould CONTACT INFORMATION Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology Georgia Southern University PO Box 8105 Statesboro, GA Office . Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press. Pate, M. and Gould, L. (2012). Westport, Connecticut: Praeger. (2005).

By Laurie A. Gould, Matthew Pate. She is also the coauthor of the book Corporal Punishment Around the World. Gould is an associate professor of criminal justice and criminology at Georgia Southern University in Statesboro, Georgia. She was previously an assistant professor of the same at the University of Texas at Arlington. She received her PhD in public affairs, with a specialization in criminal justice, from the University of Central Florida in Orlando.

Judicial corporal punishment (JCP) is the infliction of corporal punishment as a result of a sentence by a court of law. The punishments include caning, bastinado, birching, whipping, or strapping. The practice was once commonplace in many countries, but over time it has been abolished in most countries, although still remaining a form of legal punishment in some countries including a number of former British colonies and Muslim-majority states.

Examining the use of corporal punishment in different settings across cultures, this revealing volume looks at why some societies accept this type of punishment, some permit it in certain situations, and some reject it altogether.