Articles First Name and Last Name Student Number Course Title Date Fagan J. A. 2016. Capital Punishment: Deterrent Effects & Capital Costs. Columbia Law school 2010 n.p. The author questions the studies that seem to support the accepted perspective of the deterrent impact of capital punishment. He further argues that states must recognize that every execution can cost up to five million dollars. He comments that the money can get utilized in other beneficial projects in the law-enforcement. The author also states that the proponents of capital punishment in the year 1976 had an unscientific claim that said that executions saved people’s lives by deterring killings. The article also discusses the Ehrlich’s study that proved that every execution saved eight lives of innocent victims. More so the author points out that execution need a trade-off between the investments for local prosecutors and state legislators as well as the public autonomous and freely offered consent remains the watchword for sexual relations. Finally the sexual relations must continue to be free from social constraints and policing stigma and norms in addition to prevention of dangers. The article supports the libertarian view of sexual molarity. Works Cited 1 Fagan J. A. 2016. Capital Punishment: Deterrent Effects & Capital Costs. Columbia Law school 2010 n.p. <www.law.columbia.edu 2 Gale. 2011. The Animal Rights Debate. Gale 2011 n.p. <ic.galegroup.com 3 Keene Sabrina. 2011. Social Bias: Prejudice Stereotyping and Discrimination Vol. 1 (3). The Journal of Law Enforcement 2011 1-5 <jghcs.info 4 Regnerus M. 2014. Five Principles of the New Sexual Morality. The Gospel Coalition Inc 2014 n.p. <www.thegospelcoalition.org 5 Rocca C.H. Kimport K. Roberts S. M. Gould H. Nehaus J. & Foster D.G. 2015. Decisions Rightness and Emotional Responses to Abortion in the United States: A Longitudinal Study. California U.S. Corporation 2015 n.p. <http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0128832> [...]
This assignment is a combined assignment of #10 & #11 and is worth 60 points. It is due at the time of the final but can be turned in early. Find 5 (five) articles relating to the topics we have discussed. These news articles can be from any reliable news source such as a newspaper, magazine, online news source, television, etc. For each article or story, write a one paragraph summary of the article or story. Tell what the topic is, what the article had to say, and whether the article supported either a traditional or libertarian view. choose five topics that i write it down. Sexual Morality, Abortion, Discrimination, Euthanasia, Bioethics, Animal Rights and Environmental Ethics, Capital Punishment, War and Terrorism, and Computer Ethics.