Hate The Sin, Love The Sinner

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DAVID ALAMN1CKUNGSHOLMENSGYMNASIUM2014-02-07To2014-03-21HATE THE SIN, LOVE THE SINNER- GHANDIArgumentative essay based on death penalty issue concerning the right to authorize death penalty in order to deter and reduce crime in societies .David Alam ENG/SO VT 14CONTENTINTRODUCTION_________ 2 Fight with or without the sword, you might achieve the same resultKÄLLKRITIK_____________ 2DEATH PENALTY________ 3, 4 Two words, two major opinionsALLOW OR ABOLISH____ 4, 5 "In any case, frequent punishments are a sign of weakness or slackness in the government" J.J RousseauEND___________________ 5BIBLIOGRAPHY_____ 6INTRODUCTION: Fight with or without the sword, you might achieve the same result.Many societies today believe that the capital punishment is something inhuman, criminal and immoral. Several countries are in favor while others are against death penalty. Some public opinions support the proposal to reduce crime through executions. Others support the opinion which considers that the way to achieve reduced crime should be done by not allowing death penalty, because to kill is to commit a crime.This argumentative essay will look into the question whether the government has the right to authorize the death penalty in order to deter and reduce crime in society.KÄLLKRITIKDenna uppsats har behandlat flertal olika källor. Organisationer så som Amnesty och regeringens hemsida om de mänskliga rättigheterna har använts för bevis och statistik. Böcker har använts för en nyanserad aspekt på frågan. Den tredje och sista kategorin av källor är de självdrivna hemsidorna som även de användes för att få en nyanserad och subjektiv aspekt.Regeringens hemsida om de mänskliga rättigheterna är en informativ källa. Här finner man alla artiklar om de mänskliga rättigheterna och vad regeringen gör nationellt och internationellt. Denna objektiva hemsida innehåller artiklar med deklarationer. Syftet är att främja och sprida kunskap om mänskliga rättigheterna oavsett ålder, kön osv.Relaterad till källan ovan är FN: s hög kommissarie för mänskliga rättigheter som är en del av FN: s sekretariat (grundad 1996) med huvudkontor i Genève. Denna hemsida tillsammans med den innan nämnda är uppdaterad och upphovsrätten behålls av organisationen.Amensty är en organisation som tydligt visar subjektivitet genom att ha åsikter och försöka påverka. Denna globala rörelse har mer än 3 miljoner supportrar och aktivister som ständigt främjar de mänskliga rättigheterna och frihetens innebörd. Hemsida är grundad av Amnesty för ca 50 år sedan i samband med de mänskliga rättigheternas uppkomst.Den sista organisationen som användes var Death Penalty Information Center...

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