Ethical Dilemmas: criminal justice ch.3-4

chapter 3 justice and law chapter 4 becoming an ethical professional
utilitarian justice
The type of justice that looks to the greatest good for all as the end is called:
The goals of community reparative boards include all the following except
provide an opportunity for the victim and offender to reach an agreement as to punishment or payment
Which of the following is not a characteristic of frontal lobe damage?
loss of motor function
Which of the following is not an aspect of Rawls's theory of justice?
freedom from government interference
Who of the following is not associated with developmental theories?
During Kohlberg's __________________level, the person approaches a moral issue motivated purely by personal interests.
Which type of justice is most closely associated with discussions of criminal law?
Which of Kohlberg's moral stages centers on universal ethical principles?
Stage 6
The roots of restorative justice can be found as far back as:
Roman and Grecian law
Rectificatory justice is also called:
commutative justice
According to Beccaria's and Bentham's utilitarian rationale, punishment should be based on:
the seriousness of the crime
The discomfort that results when behavior is not consistent with beliefs is called:
cognitive dissonance
Studies found evidence of sex differences in all except:
Retributive justice is best described by what term?
Which theory of distributive justice would be most opposed to government involvement in the distribution of goods?
The My Lai incident took place in: