Goals/functions of punishment • Utilitarianism compared to Retributivism (think about the “Dr. House” or “Justin Biebz” thought experiment) • Panopticon, both as a physical and

Goals/functions of punishment • Utilitarianism compared to Retributivism (think about the “Dr. House” or “Justin Biebz” thought experiment) • Panopticon, both as a physical and psychological structure • Defining school violence and the incorporation of the social ecological model (see below) • What is the courtroom workgroup? Who is the most powerful person in this group, and why/how? • What are the pros/cons of plea bargaining? Are there any issues with the term ‘bargain’? Why/why not? • What is LWOP? Is it being used as a functional replacement for the death penalty? Why/why not? • What are some of the variables of disagreement for the death penalty? • What is a botched execution? • Know the basics of Furman v Georgia and Gregg v Georgia; • What kind of evidence might you use to support a thesis on the xenophobic origins of U.S. drug policy? • What are the Amendments related to alcohol prohibition? • What are some of the pros and cons of civil asset forfeiture? • What are some of the pros and cons of “police militarization”?

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