Imprisonment Model Of Retributivism

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Imprisonment should have a deterrent effect as believed by the Quakers, but most importantly, it should serve as a function of reforming and rehabilitating the imprisoned individuals as well. From the 1940’s to the 1960’s, rehabilitation of offenders came into more light, at least in concept. It was a major goal in the system of how incarceration and other forms of corrections should be viewed. Between the 1970’s and the 1980’s, there was a reappearance of retributivism, or the ‘justice model’, which argues that wrongdoers are responsible for their acts, and therefore they deserve to be punished if they violate the law. The United States is also composing a utilitarian model to deal with crime and criminality. The utilitarian punishment model
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