4 edition of Swift and effective retribution found in the catalog.
Swift and effective retribution
Joseph T. Stanik
Includes bibliographical references (p. 52).
|Statement||by Joseph T. Stanik.|
|Series||The U.S. Navy in the modern world series ;, no. 3|
|LC Classifications||E183.8.L75 S73 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||52 p. :|
|Number of Pages||52|
|LC Control Number||96038848|
Lieutenant Commander Joseph T. Stanik, a retired U.S. Navy surface warfare officer and former history instructor at the U.S. Naval Academy, is the author of El Dorado Canyon: Reagan’s Undeclared War with Qaddafi (Naval Institute Press, ) and “Swift and Effective Retribution”: The U.S. RETRIBUTION. ret-ri-bu'-shun: 1. New Testament Terms 2. A Revelation of Wrath as Well as Grace 3. Witness of Natural Theology 4. Retribution the Natural Consequence of Sin 5. Also the Positive Infliction of Divine Wrath 6. Instances of Use of Orge and Thumos 7. .
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Get this from a library. Swift and effective retribution: the U.S. Sixth Fleet and the confrontation with Qaddafi. [Joseph T Stanik]. The object of this monograph is to highlight for officers and sailors the vital contribution of the Navy to America's national security, economic prosperity and global presence during the contemporary era.
Often, the deterrence of nuclear attack on the United States, protection of overseas Author: Joseph T. Stanik. I love this book as a standalone novel.
"Retribution" is a compelling story that seasons your typical police procedural with philosophical flavor.
It evokes the characters and the reader to question their personal convictions, values, ethics; similar to some of the greatest episodes of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.
It is a very brave debut /5. EXTENDING THE COMBAT ZONE. By Jefferson Morley. a policy of ''swift and effective retribution'' against terrorists. Yet not until the very end of. Joseph T. Stanik, a retired U.S. Navy officer, is the author of Swift and Effective Retribution: The U.S.
Sixth Fleet and the Confrontation with Qaddafi and El Dorado Canyon: Reagan s Undeclared War with Qaddafi. A graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, he is a long-time teacher of history at the secondary and collegiate levels. Punishment appears to be more effective at preventing recidivism for instrumental crimes than expressive crimes 3.
Certainty and swiftness of punishment appear more important for deterrence than severity-problem: assumes people are always making rational choices-most effective for people who have stakes in conformity.
Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Joseph T Stanik books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Retribution is based on the "eye for an eye" philosophy of criminal justice. Retribution is a positive thing because it guarantees like sentences for like crimes.
It has been successful in minimizing disparities in sentences and in curbing judicial arbitrariness. It also has problems. It has been blamed for prison overcrowding. Retribution was good and I will be watching for Ren's I was very hesitant to read this book at first because since Acheron's book, this series had gone down-hill for me and I have only continued with it out of nostalgia but this one was good/5.
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Whitman is a professor of comparative law at Yale. He is the author of "Harsh Justice: Criminal Justice and the. Deterrence theory says that people will obey the law if the punishment is swift, certain and severe. It has been used to explain why a higher certainty of getting caught reduces the incidences of.
This may satisfy society’s need to ensure that another rape does not occur, but it hardly satisfies the victim’s justifiable need for retribution. The lesson seems to be that swift and certain punishment, and a greater role for community policing are indeed desirable — but society should recognize the limits of these options when it comes.
occur when punishment is certain, swift, and severe, but in determining when and to what extent it occurs under real-world conditions, under which punishment is never certain, rarely swift, and only sometimes se-vere"); Norman C.
Bay, Executive Power and the War. Retribution is basically the principle of an eye for an eye. According to Ernest Van De Haag it is the paramount reason we should punish. The difference between revenge and retribution is that. Law enforcement officers believe that the most effective deterrent to crime is swift and sure punishment.
When asked which societal or legal changes would have the greatest impact on reducing violent crime, police chose strengthening families and neighborhoods, along with swift and sure punishment for offenders, as the means that would bring.
By Ted Grimsrud. In calling this book, I make a play on the word “healing.” I use it in two senses—as a call to heal our understanding of “justice” and its underlying theology, and as a description of how authentic justice (and theology) might be sources for healing brokenness in our world.
To think of healing our understandings of justice and theology, we must first begin with a. In the book of Job, God’s view and use of the retribution principle has other purposes than punishment. It is used to bring glory to himself by using the example of Jobs suffering as a picture of our need of a Redeemer, Jesus.
The picture of the retribution principle by Job’s suffering is a complex view of the salvation of God.Retributive justice is a theory of punishment that when an offender breaks the law, justice requires that s/he suffers in return.
It also requires that the response to a crime is proportional to the offence. Prevention of future crimes or rehabilitation of the offender are other purposes of ution is different from revenge because retributive justice is directed only at wrongs.