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  • Mental Illness and Prison

    Mental illness is a medical condition that disrupts a person’s thinking, mood, feelings and even their ability to function in...

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  • Pros and Cons of Prison

    Pros and Cons of Prison Privatization Prisons are institutions that have specifically been designed...

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  • Do Prison Inmates Suffer from Mental Illness in Significant Numbers?

    Do Prison Inmates Suffer from Mental Illness in Significant Numbers? Approximately 24% of males and 42.1% of the...

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  • Policy Implementation and Analysis - Discussion

    for the current mental health services say, the prisons have now become the new mental health institutions. The...

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  • Week1 PBSfilm

    1. Why do you think so many people are diagnosed with mental illness in the criminal justice system? Why do you think so many...

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  • Deinstitutionalization: Is It the Right Choice?

    Deinstitutionalization Deinstitutionalization is the process of in which people were taken out of institutional mental health...

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  • CJ 1010

    Exam 4 Study Guide Sentencing 1. The 5 philosophies of purpose of punishment (purposes, examples, pros and cons): a....

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  • Federal Government: the Death Penalty

    most states, as a humane way to take a life, it is likely that if they knew more detailed information about it that they would feel differently...

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  • BCOM 275 Final Draft Week 5 Final Marijuana Legalization

    children, as well as the negative health impacts of the use of marijuana. There are both pros and cons when it comes to the...

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  • my research paper

    Pros & Cons of What are the advantages and disadvantages of teenage pregnancy. Created by anonymous on 02/27/2012 Schools and...

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  • Death Penalty research paper

    point of view. The legal system has many flaws, which causes innocent people to be put on death row. Furthermore come criminals put on death row have...

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  • Corrections

    A felony is a serious criminal offense. It is specifically one punishable by death or by incarceration in a prison facility for more than a...

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  • Finance

    necessary for those who have committed a terrible crime, there are others who consider it as an immoral act that goes against the values of humanity....

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  • Incarcerating the Elderly

    The issue being discussed in this paper will be “the issue of the ‘graying’ of the American prison and parole population and the unique...

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  • Women and the Death Penalthy

    deterrence, while the others say, but you  may execute an innocent person. Today, this is one of the most debated issues not only because of the...

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  • Pros and Cons of Same Sex

    The Pros of Same-Sex Education Socially, same-sex schools are emotionally easier on students. Stereotypes based on gender are not a huge issue...

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  • Capital Punishment

    in the death penalty, the Congress still just doesn't get it. This system is broken." It seems as if the deck is staked right fro the get go.”...

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  • Capital Panishment

    both the pro and anti arguments. The Pros are for the death penalty stands for to make our society a safe place. Then the...

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  • Teen Pregnancy

    (including methods of prevention). 2. Perception of HIV risk. 3. Personal values about sex and abstinence. 4. Attitudes toward condoms...

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  • Deinstitutionalization

    Bob Dresser There is an agreement that about 2.8% of the US adult population suffers from severe mental illness. The most...

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