Human Rights and Crime

Most of the different daily posts that appear on this blog are organized into so-called “blog series”. For example, there’s a series called human rights and crime.

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Crime and Human Rights (1): Poverty and Crime
Crime and Human Rights (2): Violence, Types and Numbers
Crime and Human Rights (3): Will the Recession Cause Crime to Rise?
Crime and Human Rights (4): California’s Prison Disgrace
Crime and Human Rights (5): Decreasing Levels of Violence
Crime and Human Rights (6): Corporal Punishment in the U.S.
Crime and Human Rights (7): The Cost of the Prison System in the U.S.
Crime and Human Rights (8): Corporal Punishment and Capital Punishment
Crime and Human Rights (8b): Sexual Violence in U.S. Prisons
Crime and Human Rights (9): A Human Right to Possess and Carry Firearms?
Crime and Human Rights (10): Does Being Tough on Crime Reduce Crime?
Crime and Human Rights (11): The Preconditions for Criminal Punishment
Crime and Human Rights (12): Prison Rape in the U.S.
Crime and Human Rights (13): What’s the Use of Criminal Punishment?
Crime and Human Rights (14): The Limits of the Law
Crime and Human Rights (15): The Criminalization of Poverty
Crime and Human Rights (16): Gun Rights and Gun Control, Again
Crime and Human Rights (17): A Criminal’s Human Rights, Some Q & A
Crime and Human Rights (18): The Cruelty of Life Imprisonment Without Parole
Crime and Human Rights (19): Why Do We Impose Criminal Punishment?

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