*Crime in South Korea

ISBN 978-1-134-23881-1. Joo, Hee-Jong (2010). "South Korea (Republic of Korea)". In Newman, Graeme R. Crime and Punishment ...

*Kimberly McCarthy

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*Capital punishment in Suriname

Capital punishment was abolished in Suriname in 2015. The last execution took place in 1982. By signing the Treaty of San José ... Since Suriname was a Dutch colony until 1975, it followed Dutch law, which did not permit capital punishment. From independence ... Associated Press, "Rebel Leader's Execution Announced by Suriname", New York Times, 1982-03-14 Capital punishment in Suriname ... in 1975 to 1980, capital punishment was on the books, but no crimes committed were considered severe enough to warrant ...

*Prague Declaration on European Conscience and Communism

"Senate calls on EC to seek totalitarian crimes punishment". Prague Daily Monitor. Archived from the original on 18 May 2011. ... "Alongside the prosecution and punishment of criminals, the denial of every international crime should be treated according to ... A 2012 declaration asking the former communist states to pass legislation enabling the just punishment of communist criminals ... "should in the future actively seek to create conditions for the punishment of crimes based on class and political hatred in the ...

*Punishment

Corporal punishment refers to punishments in which physical pain is intended to be inflicted upon the transgressor. Punishments ... In psychology, punishment is the reduction of a behavior via application of an unpleasant stimulus ("positive punishment") or ... "Theories Of Punishment". Free Legal Encyclopedia. Retrieved 2011-09-26. Theories of punishment can be divided into two general ... A principle often mentioned with respect to the degree of punishment to be meted out is that the punishment should match the ...

*Punishment Room

... is the debut album of Distorted Pony, released in 1992 through Bomp!. The CD version of the album contains the ... "Punishment Room". Allmusic. Retrieved March 18, 2013. Goldman, Marlene (2007). "Distorted Pony". Trouser Press. Retrieved March ... Peterson, Adam (2001). "Discography: Punishment Room". distortedpony.com. Retrieved March 18, 2013. Vinyljunkie138 (June 14, ... Punishment Room at Discogs (list of releases). ...

*Punishment Martinez

Luis Martinez (born February 4, 1982) is an American professional wrestler, better known by the ring name Punishment Martinez. ... "Punishment Martinez - ROH Wrestling". Kreikenbohm, Philip. "Matches « Damian Martinez « Wrestlers Database « CAGEMATCH - The ... "Punishment Martinez has big plans in ROH". Slam! Sports. Retrieved 2017-12-14. "cagematchprofile". cagematch. Retrieved 2017-03 ...

*Murga punishment

There are many variants of the Murga punishment. Some of them are: In this position, the recipient of the punishment is ... informal punishment for petty crimes committed by boys, such as eve teasing. The punishment is usually administered in public ... In this punishment, the person is made to carry another person on his back. A less intense variant is to put some weight (but ... As the punishment continues, it gets unbearable and legs start to tremble. It is nearly impossible to hold this position for 3 ...

*Blinding (punishment)

Blinding is a type of physical punishment which results in complete or nearly complete loss of vision. It has been used as an ... mirror punishment mutilation Goes, Frank Joseph (2013). The Eye in History. JP Medical Ltd. p. 234. ISBN 9350902745. Rose, ... In the 11th century, William the Conqueror used blinding as a punishment for rebellion to replace the death penalty in his laws ... He also ordered blinding and castration as a punishment for thieves. In 1014, the Byzantine emperor Basil II had 99 of every ...

*Corporal punishment

... or physical punishment is a punishment intended to cause physical pain on a person. It is most often ... Corporal punishment is also allowed in some military settings in a few jurisdictions. Other uses of corporal punishment have ... Campaigns against corporal punishment have aimed to bring about legal reform to ban the use of corporal punishment against ... In India, corporal punishment has been abolished by law. However, corporal punishment continues to exist and be practised in ...

*Psychological punishment

A psychological punishment is a type of punishment that relies not or only in secondary order on the actual harm inflicted ( ... thus serving as a continual reminder of her punishment and her humiliation. Punishment (Psychology) Parading on donkey ... such as corporal punishments or fines) but on psychological effects, mainly emotions, such as fear, shame and guilt. This can ... Psychological punishments that are particularly cruel or severe may be considered psychological torture. Very common is the use ...

*Picket (punishment)

The punishment died out in the 18th century and was so unfamiliar by 1800 that when the then governor of Trinidad, Sir Thomas ... The punishment required placing a wooden peg (for the sort used for tents or for a line for cavalry horses - "picket" etc. were ... The punishment generally did not cause lasting physical harm. A much more severe and physically damaging suspension torture is ... The picket, picquet or piquet was a form of military punishment in vogue in the 16th and 17th centuries in Europe. It consisted ...

*Strapping (punishment)

The strapping was punishment for Tabert failing to perform his work as part of a prison work-gang in Leon County, Florida. He ... Strapping refers to the use of a strap as an implement of corporal punishment. It is typically a broad and heavy strip of ... "The Cane and the Tawse in Scottish Schools" at World Corporal Punishment Research. "The Canadian Prison Strap" at World ... over a table or punishment horse, or against a whipping post. Like the holed paddle, there is a version of the strap with holes ...

*Cropping (punishment)

The punishment is described in Victor Hugo's The Hunchback of Notre-Dame. Cropping sometimes occurred as a standalone ... Cropping is the removal of a person's ears as an act of physical punishment. It was performed along with the pillorying or ... Cropping was also a secondary punishment to having criminals' ears nailed to the pillory (with the intention that their body ... cropping was a punishment for crimes such as counterfeiting money, perjury, and "burning houses, barns, and outbuildings" (but ...

*Punishment (album)

Punishment is the third studio album released by American hardcore band Endwell. Punishment was released on April 26, 2011 and ...

*Suspension (punishment)

This type of punishment is commonly referred to as "Saturday School", but it may go under other names as well. The name " ... Suspension is a punishment in sport where players are banned from playing a certain number of future games. These suspensions ... This form of punishment is often chosen because it provides supervision and structure to the students' days, whereas a student ... This is used not as a punishment, but in the employer's best interest. For example, a police officer who shoots a person while ...

*Field punishment

... is any form of punishment used against military personnel in the field; that is, field punishment does not ... either as Field Punishment Number One or Field Punishment Number Two. Field Punishment Number One, often abbreviated to "F.P. ... Field Punishment was introduced in 1881 following the abolition of flogging. It was a common punishment during World War I. A ... In both forms of field punishment, the soldier was also subjected to hard labour and loss of pay. Field Punishment Number One ...

*Punishment & Society

... is a peer-reviewed academic journal that covers the fields of criminology and penology. The journal's ... Punishment & Society is abstracted and indexed in Scopus and the Social Sciences Citation Index. According to the Journal ...

*Team Punishment

Miller Official Punishment Athletics and Punishment Training Center Website Sherdog Team Search Team Punishment on the GymDb. ... Punishment Training Center is a mixed martial arts training camp founded in 1999 by Tito Ortiz. Also known as Punishment ...

*Crime & Punishment

Punishment on IMDb Crime & Punishment at TV.com Crime & Punishment at epguides.com. ... Crime & Punishment has been described as a cross between a drama and a documentary or "docudrama". The series was created and ... Crime & Punishment is a 2002 reality television, nontraditional court show spin-off of the Law & Order franchise. It premiered ...

*Peshotanu (punishment)

Two hundred flogs with a whip was a capital punishment in Ancient Persia next only to death. A Peshotanu was also designated ...

*Gating (punishment)

Gating is a type of punishment similar to a detention used typically at educational institutions, especially boarding schools. ...

*Mirror punishment

A mirror punishment is a penal form of poetic justice which reflects the nature or means of the crime in the means of (often ... Often, however, a more esoteric method of mirror punishment is used, which implies punishing the part of the criminal's body ... Other examples include the punishment of adulterous women by the insertion of irritating substances into their vaginas (in the ... The simplest method of mirror punishment is to enact the same action upon the criminal as the criminal perpetrated upon the ...

*Ultimate Punishment

... : A Lawyer's Reflections on Dealing with the Death Penalty or simply Ultimate Punishment is a series of ... Ultimate Punishment received the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights 2004 Book award given annually to a ... as well as his two years on Illinois's Commission on Capital Punishment, charged by then-Gov. George Ryan with reviewing the ...

*Punishment (psychology)

There are two types of punishment in operant conditioning: positive punishment, punishment by application, or type I punishment ... negative punishment, punishment by removal, or type II punishment, a valued, appetitive stimulus is removed (as in the removal ... immediate punishment is more effective in reducing a targeted behavior than a delayed punishment would be. Punishment is ... The purpose of punishment is to reduce a behavior, and the degree to which punishment is effective in reducing a targeted ...