It will be a better world to live in not only for the teens but also for the smaller kids they will have better role models. In conclusion teenagers should be treated like adults since they want to take adult decisions. Smaller kids know the difference between good and bad so teens should to. The world will be such a better place without all these teens getting in trouble. Teenagers should be going to school instead of being in jail everyday.
Although memories are important, they are also a source of pain. Lowry shows that we learn from our past mistakes and that pain is the cost of wisdom. It is also shown that without memory, there is no pain. If one does not remember physical pain, they might as well not have experienced it, and they cannot feel regret if they can’t remember the events that caused the feeling. The elimination of the memory of pain from the community allowed the residents to forget the pain they had felt throughout their lives, but as a result causing them to be more conforming.
Severe punishments such as imprison are countered by some people because they believe that education and vocational training are more effective in reducing crime. While I agree that prisons are still in need, such methods mentioned above are proved to be wiser options. On the one hand, to maintain a prison system the government has to invest huge amount of funding to construct infrastructures, cater prisoners’ daily meals and so on. Therefore, if the number of those who are arrested declines, the authorities can use the fund for other paramount concerns such as healthcare services. In addition, the purpose of punishing offenders is to ensure they will not commit any crimes in future.
In Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird empathy plays a big role in the character’s lives. People’s ability to understand empathy determines their quality of life. When empathy is used correctly and in the right way, it can make a huge positive impact on someone’s life. Empathy is something that people gain as they lose their childhood innocence, but that doesn’t mean that they will be able to use it to help people. As the main character, Scout, gets older she starts to lose her innocence and gain empathy, but she doesn’t quite get the concept.
However, if this program is not performed with discretion and truly aiming to influence positively on the ex-convicts by making them a better person and giving them a chance to get back in society without being discriminated, it may result in recidivism. Examples of rehabilitation programs would be educational programs that are offered in jail before the convicts are set free, probation services that will allow the convict show some change in a specific interval of time and even include them in job placement agencies which will help them find jobs. In conclusion, crime nowadays is increasing around the world and surely there are many ideas out there that would be useful to reduce crime rates, however, we must start from somewhere in order to achieve results and be a role model for the other countries to make a change, so why not begin with Bulgaria. Nevertheless, with the above mentioned five specific recommendations and examples that I have listed, I truly think that crime rates in Bulgaria may be reduced if they are enforced and adhered to
So again this could in the long run help us, because if people don’t talk as much then Teachers won’t have to stop and wait for people to be quiet… and that would save us class time. I think we should have longer breaks so we can talk with people we don’t see as much. Have you ever been late to class because you can’t get there in fast enough? If we had longer breaks it would benefit both teachers and students. We should have longer breaks, because it would help the whole school… and not just
It is now forty years later, and I hope that it is not as hard for other women (and men) as it was for Francine to get help. I hope that there is a better system to protect women (and men) from their abusive partners even when they do not have the means to escape. I think that educating people, other family members especially, is important. If Francine had had more support from family members, maybe she could have found another way out rather than resorting to murder. It takes tremendous help and support to escape situations in which the victim becomes trapped, a person cannot do it
Restorative justice often focuses on how the community can be made to feel comfortable accepting the offender back into society and works to achieve meaningful reintegration; this is a sharp contrast from retributive justice, which can make it extremely ostracizing for an ex-offender to reenter society. The model also encourages—or even mandates—offenders to repay the community for the crime committed, thus forging a path for reentry (Karmen, 2015). The increased communication channels between victim and perpetrator in a restorative justice setting allow for the parties to discuss the issues that may have led to the crime’s occurrence (Karmen, 2015). Additionally, the victim and perpetrator may also ask one another questions, a process which may lead to a better personal understanding and, eventually,
The lineup should be organized in a way so that no specific person stands out in comparison. The faces provided should match the witness’ description of the perpetrator rather than the suspect. Rather than giving a long time for the witness to ponder, construct new descriptions of the perpetrator, and thus choose the one they believe seems the most suspicious, they should be given just a few seconds so they must rely on their intuition. This is the speeded confidence procedure, in which they also rate their confidence on the answer chosen. Overall, although eyewitness testimonies have been suggested to be very unreliable, by using these techniques and procedures, the validity of the testimonies can be improved and it can be changed to include minimal bias.
Mental health problems have an individual and a social cost .We should give the same attention and effort we put in to prevent diseases being endemic because such an environment will lead to general well-being of a nation and reduce health risk behaviours like substance abuse as this well known to happen to an individual suffering from depression. So by active measures and actions we can prevent both physical illness and mental illness. Improving mental health can improve quality of life of an individual, for people around that individual and the productivity level in a working space. So an early diagnosis and intervention is required, better understanding of the mental health and illness is also required to provide conditions that is conducive for the betterment of mental