CJS 230 Week 1 DQ 1 - 94741

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CJS 230 Week 1 Discussion Question 1 Punishments in colonial America were vastly different from penalties in present day. Colonial Americans invoked a wide array of punishments to enforce public safety. In colonial America, prisons were unknown and punishment consisted mostly of fines, whippings, mechanisms of shame such as stocks and the public cage, and banishment. In colonial America, the primary purpose of punishment was deterrence, because repeat offenders faced the death penalty. Colonial Punishments were almost always public, for the aim was to humiliate the individual and teach him a lesson so that he would repent and be eager to find his way back to the flock. I believe that shaming techniques of branding and whipping are the most effective form of punishment in preventing further crimes...
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CJS 230 Week 1 Discussion Question 1

Punishments in colonial America were vastly different from penalties in present day. Col

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