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According to Vivian-Bryne (2004), therapeutic treatment for sex offenders is one approach to address the issue of sexual offense and reduce numbers. Although the idea of therapeutic treatment for sex offenders can raise skepticism, a myriad of therapeutic treatment models are available (Polizzi, MacKenzie & Hickman, 1999). This paper will establish the important complexities surrounding therapeutic treatment of sex offenders, including treatment effectiveness, challenges of treatment schemas, and recidivism. Peer reviewed articles regarding therapeutic treatment for sex offenders will be reviewed and the validity of these sources will be discussed. Importance of Therapeutic Treatment for Sexual Offenders... ... middle of paper ... ...ers.
This theory was originally tested in 1986 by John M. Darley and Bibb Latene in reaction to the famous rape and murder case of Kitty Gonovese in 1964 and has since been further examined. The key components that contribute to the bystander effect include diffusion of responsibility, personal cost of getting involved, type of crime, relationships and exposure to, or knowledge of crime. DIFFUSION OF RESPONSIBILITY The first, and perhaps biggest issue, when it comes to the lack of involvement by civilians who witness a crime, or emergence, is the diffusion of responsibility. This is the concept that some one else will help the victim because of the amount of other people arou... ... middle of paper ... ...ocial Issues 40(1):9-26. Hart, Timothy C., and Terance D. Miethe.
"Community accountability, minority threat, and police brutality: An examination of civil rights criminal complaints." Criminology 41.4 (2003): 1035-1064. Authors of this document had written an evidence that proves the tensions between the minorities and the police. In their article, there were unanswered questions of the behavior of the police. Statistics were involved explaining how characteristics of police and communities affect the incidence of filed complaints on police violence.
He did not show some remorse towards the death of his mom Jocasta by leaving Thebes, but blinding himself as his last act of king showed no strength as a ruler of Thebes. Other people might think differently because “text spring from individual contexts are read by different people, the signs of discourage will always have a multiplicity of meanings” (Demir 84) that differentiate minds. Taking the sight of life does not make any situation better nor it will bring someone back for the dead. He did this due to the fact that he was angry at everything that he has done. I think that Oedipus has a great amount of integrity that makes him a well-liked person, but that is the only thing he really has.
He was blunt and loud in stating his first impression of Elizabeth, that she was not attractive. He also gave his honest opinion to Bingley that Jane did not really care for him and was socially below him. However, his honesty did not necessarily place him in a good situation. His honesty, bluntness, and interference caused Elizabeth to believe he had a lot of pride, which turned her off. As he was a changed man at the end of the book, he admitted that at one point he lacked the quality of self-control or caution, I should have judged better had I sought an introduction; but I am ill qualified to recommend myself to strangers… I certainly have not the talent, which some people possess of conversing easily with those I have never seen before.
In his story he speaks about the pressure of seeing Jesus. Hughes felt as if he was being pressured because he was the only one that didn 't get saved because he didn 't see Jesus for himself; instead he lied and said that he did so that he wouldn 't be left out. This is because he was the only one that the entire church was now waiting on to "see Jesus and get saved." This is shown when Hughes says, "I began to feel ashamed of myself, holding everything up so long" (p. 184). Due to his incompetence of not getting seeing Jesus he later mentions that he would just get up but doing this caused him to regret doing that.
These are some reason why most of the enlightenment thinkers did not believe in having a group run government. Take Thomas hobbes for example, he thinks everyone is born wicked and thats there is government, so that they can keep the people in line. (historical figure notes) Some of the Historical figures don't trust the people to make the right decision which is some cases is true. People can be blinded by how cunning someone is or home much money they have, after all they can be selfish and make the wrong decisions at times, but thats part of life. This demonstrates democracies weaknesses as it relates to process and
Billy Budd is written in a style that is intimidating and at times the prose can overwhelm the concepts. It is unfortunate that the first few chapters are the best example of this because it alienates readers and this story requires several readings to fully appreciate the work. Melville's use of double... ... middle of paper ... ...eliberations, he decided almost instantly and the justifications were all read in the context of him persuading the court so I did not feel like it was a true moral deliberation. I have thought about Melville's style of writing a lot, debating on whether it is good or bad, because I feel like he alienates a large audience. I have come to the conclusion that the problem is not his style but the audience itself.
The On to Ottawa Trek was a long and difficult journey for many of the Relief camp men that were looking to gain better working conditions and to fight for their rights. Due to the trek Bennett was discredited and lost over 90 seats leading to his downfall in the voting of 1935. The people without homes were sent to Relief camps to cultivate, due to the horrible working conditions the inmates of the relief camps created the RCWU (relief camp workers union) to protest their rights and receive reasonable treatment.The protesters had no proper means of transportation to get to Ottawa so they had to result to riding the rails. During their journey they encountered the RCMP, which under the command of Bennett were ordered to halt the advancing trekkers using any means necessary.The RCMP ended up killing 1 person and wounding hundreds more. The 1930's were a tough time for many people, tons of people lost their jobs and went homeless others suffered from major pay cuts and long work hours.