End of the Line: Capital Punishment in Australia
Part of the 'Australian Issues' series this school textbook has been prepared by a practising teacher. The author examines the issue of capital punishment in Australian society since European settlement. Topics explored include the concepts of justice, revenge, punishment and social order and the impact of the death penalty on crime rates. The text is supported by tables, diagrams and graphs. Includes a glossary, a bibliography and an index.
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