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  • Themes In The Zoo Story

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    Outline I.Theoretical Part: Anger in Literature 1-Definitions: a -Lucius Lactantius defines anger as‘‘an emotion of the mind arousing itself for restraining of faults’’. b- Joyce Meyer thinks that anger is ‘‘ an emotion often characterized by feelings of great displeasure ,indignation, hostility, wrath and vengeance ’’. c-In psychology,anger is ‘‘a negative, phenomenological feeling state that motivates desires for actions’’. 2-Origins: a- 3- Characteristics: a-The most

  • Moral Evils: Swinburne's Solution To The Problem Of Evil

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    Essay 2 My goal in this paper is to show that Swinburne’s solution to the Problem of Evil is persuasive. I begin with a formulation of Swinburne’s thoughts about the similarity and difference between moral evil and natural evil. I then formulate the connection between evil and free will. Next, I consider the potentiality objection to this argument, and Swinburne’s response to this objection. Finally, I argue Swinburne’s solution to the Problem of Evil is persuasive. First, I begin with Swinburne’s

  • Disadvantages Of Cyber Slang

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    Cyber slang is a type of language which was created and popularized by internet users. These words are created from a mixture of letters and numbers or abbreviations used to shorten words for instant conversations. And some of these terms or abbreviations originated from chats, blogging, statuses and online gaming. The use of cyber slang or the internet slang is one of the fast pacing trends of this generation and its evolution contributes to the formation of vocabulary as it adds up new words to

  • John Locke's Theory Of Punishment

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    In Book Two of Two Treatises on Government, John Locke endeavors to offer a theory of punishment to inform governmental practice, by launching an investigation of the various beliefs that inform our social structure, based on the idea of a social contract. As part of this, Locke presents ideas surrounding the ‘state of nature’ to create an account of his social contract theory. Through this process, Locke outlines a scheme for justifying and endorsing punishment as a method of protecting individual

  • Due Process Model Of Juvenile Justice

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    Children ought to have been the subject of prime focus of development planning, research, and welfare in India because of their thin and unadulterated composition but it has not been so. Majority of children in India do not continue to live their childhood even if they are protected against abuse and exploitation under constitution’s vision of healthy and happy childhood through various national children policies. As conceived by legislation, Juvenile Justice System of India (hereafter referred to

  • Health And Safety Importance

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    Occupational Health and safety is the safety, health and welfare of persons on the job. Occupational Health and Safety as a system is a group of interrelated elements which create and support the OSH policy using a national framework consisting of and guided by laws and regulations. It is a coordinated and formulated approach to manage health and safety which should deliver provision of a healthy and safe work environment as well as the prevention and or reduction of illnesses and injuries by identifying

  • Eggshell Skull Case Study

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    CHAPTER-1 Introduction The eggshell skull is also called the thin skull rule or colloquially as ‘You may take your victim as they come’ and comes from the Latin maxim talem qualem. This rule holds one liable for all consequences resulting from his or her tortious (usually negligent) activities leading to an injury to another person, even if the victim suffers an unusually high level of damage (e.g. due to a pre-existing vulnerability or medical condition). The term implies that if a person had

  • Essay On Women Rights In Pakistan

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    WOMEN RIGHTS It can be said that woman is the complete creation of God. Women show the symbol of love, care and independence etc... Women are emotional that’s why she is stronger the men. Margaret Thatcher, Benazir Bhutto and Indira Gandhi have shown that women can govern an even better country than men ... and perhaps even the world! The women were not gently treated by men over time. They have been equal rights in every field of life. They have been doing a work in offices, schools and sports and

  • Neil Gaiman How To Talk To Girls At Party Analysis

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    Stereotypical Symbolism in Neil Gaiman's "How to Talk to Girls at Parties" Today, it is not difficult to understand that some boys have a tough time interacting and communicating with girls, while others have no trouble at all. There are many stereotypes in the world today that play a huge role in determining whether a boy has success with a girl, and in Neil Gaiman's "How to Talk to Girls at Parties", the main characters do a great job of portraying the stereotypes associated with a boy's mood

  • Joint Liability Case Study

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    dealing with dacoity with murder or grievous hurt and section 460 House breaking by night with murder and grievous hurt. Joint Liability is called “constructive Liability”. constructive Liability in criminal law means the Liability of a person for an offence which he has not actually committed. It is different from vicarious Liability which is Liability one incurs for the act of a servant or an agent during the course

  • Juvenile Justice Act Case Study

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    criminal prosecution of juveniles under any other law 4) The Act amends the definition of “juvenile in conflict with law” to make it more explicit that the relevant date for a person to be considered a juvenile would be the date on which the alleged offence was committed. The Act also lay down the procedure to be followed in a case a person claims to be a juvenile in a court. 5) The Act lays down a maximum time period of 24 hours within which a juvenile should be produced before the Juvenile Justice

  • Disadvantages Of Judicial Precedents

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    No doubt the doctrine of the judicial precedent has proved to be a real advantage to society. However, we cannot neglect the fact that there are some disadvantages associated with this doctrine. 1. The very first disadvantage of this doctrine is the fact that not all the judges will have the same conclusion on a matter; therefore increasing the complexity of a case. Just like human beings differ from each other physically, they also differ mentally. Different judges will have different interpretation

  • Difference Between Criminal Law And Civil Law

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    Parties Involved: for criminal law the parties involved are the prosecution (the DPP for indictable criminal offences and Gardaí for summary offences) and the defence (never required to prove their innocence and always entitled to remain silent until proven guilty. An exception if the defendant raises the defence of insanity - must prove they were suffering from a mental disorder when the offence was committed, or before the trial commenced). For civil law the party who brings the legal action is known

  • Essay On District Court

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    heard depends on where an offence was committed or where the defendant resides or carries on business or was arrested and sometimes it depends on with the Garda officer as which area they were patrolling or the area where they are based that is if it is a road traffic offence. Each District Court office (with the exception of the Dublin Metropolitan District Court) deals with all elements of the work of the District Court. The District Court is a court of local and summary jurisdiction. The District

  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Computer Virus

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    Introduction to Virus /Trojan A computer virus is a malware program designed to negatively affect your computer and when it is executed, It makes various copies of itself into other computer programs, files, boot sector, etc. It also performs some other harmful activities like corrupting files, displaying images or unwanted messages, etc. It can spread rapidly on a network. These viruses also causes worth a billion of dollars of economic loss every year by increasing the maintenance cost, corrupting

  • Syariah Offences Case Appeal Case

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    JUDGEMENT OF SHARIAH HIGH COURT: The appellant was convicted under Section 50 of Syariah Offences (Malacca) Enactment 1991 and the trial judge has convicted him accordingly on the basis of the appellant 's admission and sentenced him to a fine of RM 3,000.00 and three months imprisonment and if the appellant refusal to pay the fine, shall be imprisoned for additional three and allowed the bail to be used as fine. SUMMARY OF THE FACT : Abd Razak Bin Othman (I/c no. 600117-04-5069) aged 44 years is the

  • Magistrates Court Case Study

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    nearly all criminal court cases with more than 97% also being completed there. There are three kinds of cases that are dealt with in a magistrates court, the first being summary offences which are less serious cases, where the defendant is not entitled to a trial by jury. These include cases such as minor assaults or motoring offences. Both of these courts are for criminal purposes. All cases start in the magistrates court. There are normally three magistrates in a case these are usually people from

  • Essay On Presumption Of Innocence

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    In 1979, Justice Stewart, Brennan and Marshall insisted that “No principle is more firmly established in our system of criminal justice than the presumption of innocence that is accorded to the defendant in every criminal trial.” Furthermore, the “Blackstone ratio” of 10”:1 that “the law holds that it is better than ten guilty persons escape, than that one innocent suffer” was upheld in Coffin v U.S. where Justice White quoted a Roman official who wrote that “it was better to let the crime of

  • Cautionary Rule In Botswana

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    caution themselves on the dangers of convicting on uncorroborated evidence of the complainant or the victim as the case may be .The position of the law in Botswana is basically that the evidence of the complainant need not be corroborated in sexual offences but it does require as mentioned above that the Judge or that the court should warn itself of the dangers of convicting the accused on the uncorroborated evidence. There are No statutory provisions which give directions as to how this

  • Essay On Voluntary Intoxication

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    follows the administration of a psychoactive substance and results in disturbance in the level of consciousness, judgement and behavior. The question requires us to discuss whether this statement “intoxication as a defence applies to all criminal offences and regardless whether it’s voluntary intoxication or otherwise” is accurate. Discussion Intoxication can be divided into voluntary intoxication and involuntary intoxication. In R v Sheehan and Moore that “a drunken intent is nevertheless an intent”