Name Instructor Course Date Social Environment Capital Punishment Capital punishment is also referred to as death penalty and involves a person being put to death due to a crime committed by the government. The process of carrying out the sentencing of the criminal is known as execution for determining the capital crime. Some of the crimes that lead to capital punishment include treason genocide espionage murder and war crimes (Garland 352). In the religious view of the death penalty there has been a mix of opinions from different religious affiliations. The Old Testament supports the death penalty as it advocates for an eye for an eye principle where if someone kills another then he should face the same treatment and be killed. Most countries in the world do not advise on death penalties but rather on the ethic of rehabilitation. They prefer to sentence people to life imprisonment rather D. "Capital punishment and American culture." Punishment & Society vol. 7 no. 4 2005 pp. 347-376. Phillips Scott. "Status Disparities in the Capital of Capital Punishment." Law & Society Review vol. 43 no. 4 2009 pp. 807-838. Bilgel Firat M. "State Gun Control Laws Gun Prevalence and the Supply of Homicide Organ Donors." SSRN Electronic Journal 2018. Habib Michael J. "The Future of Gun Control Laws Post-McDonald and Heller and the Death of One-Gun-Per-Month Legislation." SSRN Electronic Journal 2012. Lott John R. "More Guns Less Crime." 2010. Card David. "6. Immigration: How Immigration Affects U.S. Cities." Making Cities Work 2007. Martin Philip. "Immigration to the United States." Importing Poverty? 2009 pp. 3-18. Westoff Charles F. "Immigration and Future Population Change in America." Debating Immigration pp. 165-172. Block Walter. "SHOULD ABORTION BE CRIMINALIZED? REJOINDER TO AKERS DAVIES AND SHAFFER ON ABORTION." FBIM Transactions vol. 2 no. 1 2014 pp. 33-44. Greasley Kate. "What Should Abortion Argument Be About?" Arguments about Abortion 2017 pp. 11-32. Smits Katherine. "Should the State Prohibit Abortion and Euthanasia?" Applying Political Theory 2009 pp. 127-151. [...]
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