Crime and Criminology

Criminal Justice

Quiz 17 :
Corrections

Quiz 17 :
Corrections

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What is also called 'just deserts'?
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A

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Which of the following can be specific or general?
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B

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Which of the following can be selective or collective?
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C

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Which of the following aims to change the factors within an individual that led him or her to commit the crime in the first place?
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Cesare Beccaria and Jeremy Bentham argued that punishment should be severe, even more so than is necessary, in order to discourage further offending.
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Which Australian state/territory has the largest imprisonment rate?
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Most people who are detected committing crimes in Australia are dealt with by non-custodial measures.
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The prison system in Australia has been expanding rapidly.Why is this so?
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Outline the characteristics of offenders in Australian prisons.
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What does the term 'remand' refer to? What are some of issues related to holding people on remand?
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What is community corrections? Give examples.
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What is meant by 'net widening' as used by Worrall (2009)?
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Which of the following is when the staff member has insufficient information about how to perform his or her job?
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Which of the following is when a staff member cannot exercise as much authority as desired?
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What is 'recidivism'? What does the research reveal about recidivism?
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Critics of have argued that prisons debilitate rather than rehabilitate offenders.What evidence is there to support this claim?
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What are responsivity considerations?
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