different ways to deal with criminals: retribution, deterrence, rehabilitation, and incapacitation

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The Discussion for this week will focus on the treatment of criminals. Please respond to the following questions/statements:

  • The book discusses four different ways to deal with criminals: retribution, deterrence, rehabilitation, and incapacitation. Which of the four ways do you feel is most effective in dealing with criminals? Which do you feel is least effective? Explain your answers.
  • After watching ABC Primetime: Juvenile Corrections, and reading the chapter, answer the following questions: Why do juveniles get involved with crime? What are some differences and challenges human services professionals may face when working with juveniles convicted of crimes versus adults convicted of crimes?

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The book discusses four different ways to deal with criminals: retribution, deterrence,
rehabilitation, and incapacitation. Which of the four ways do you feel is most effective in
dealing with criminals? Which do you feel is least effective? Explain your answers.
After watching ABC Primetime: Juvenile Corrections, and reading the chapter, answer the
following questions: Why do juveniles get involved with crime? What ar...

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