Prison Sentences Essay

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Register to read the introduction… We need to begin by looking at the difference between punishment and restraint. “We put away people because we feel they are dangerous to themselves and people around them, there for there should be no need to inflict pain on them because punishments should be to teach not hurt people ” states Gillian (2012). People learn from their mistakes. It is commonly known that when a child is severely punished the chances of them doing the same thing are very high and the same applies to adults, especially the ones in prisons. A number of prisoners commit crime a few years after being released usually with more seriously offences. Then we begin to wonder what is the use of harsh prison sentences, when we can help these people so they can stop doing …show more content…
Medical researches on the study of the psychological behavior or ex- convivts[online]. London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, Brown and Green. Available at: http://books.google.com/books?id=jukGAAAAQAAJ&printsec=titlepage [Accessed 4 June 2009]. [Digitised by Google Books 8 March …show more content…
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