Request a writer with command of the American english language and great knowledge of Criminal Justice and Ethics!
Ethics Policy Paper Instructions:
Criminal Justice Senior Capstone Paper.
It is not a paper that discusses the Justice policy in terms of historical development or the impact of the policy on crime or crime rates. The majority of the paper MUST focus on an analysis of the policy from an ethics perspective. Essentially, transitory sentences, introductions, and other like sentences are all that will be in your own original work. You must cite all sources and give credit to those from whom you borrow ideas, statements and approaches. You must cite the original author if the idea, concept or approach is not original to you. This includes not only when you use the same words as the source but also when you paraphrase from the source (in text citation for all paraphrases). If direct words are used in your work, you must place quotation marks around those words to indicate that you have taken them from another text and provide a citation. et al. is acceptable to use after works of multiple authors are already introduced. Large quotations of 4 or more lines should use the quotation APA indentation format.
I have compiled and will be sending my works cited documentation consisting of 12 scholarly journals and 1 book, totaling 13 sources to be used in the composition of this paper. I will fax and email in multiple emails!!!
The majority of this paper should be paraphrasing and quotations citations as the material from the sources builds the topic. The paper is not your opinion, not your hypothesis, not your analysis, but rather an account for the material from the sources organized and reported on accurately according to the Ethical systems (Utilitarian/Kantian) chosen and the Justice policy (Capital Punishment).
The paper must be 15 pages in length. The page length does not include title
page, tables of contents, or the reference pages. Table of contents is not mandatory.
It must be double spaced using a standard 12 point font. For example Times Roman is acceptable but Ariel is not acceptable. The margins must be 1 inch all around.
Citations and References: American Psychological Association
The references and citations must be in the APA (American Psychological
Association) style. Citations are included in the body of the body of your report that document where you got the information you are using in your report. I HAVE ALREADY INCLUDED MY WORKS CITED PAGE.
ETHICS POLICY PAPER OUTLINE:
This is the exact perimeters of the paper!
Criminal Justice Policy: The Death Penalty/Capital Punishment is my policy. I will be using Utilitarian and Kantian Ethical systems.
The paper should introduce the Death Penalty by starting off with an explanation of the policy itself and brief history, the process and any information needed, including definitions or practices, to analyze it throughout the paper in accordance with the selected ethical systems.
The paper should describe the Utilitarian and Kantian Ethical systems as reported on by my 13 supplied sources. This will include any terminology or concepts associated with them such as, Rule and Act Utilitarianism, Hypothetical and Categorical Imperatives in Kantian ethics. It should also illuminate the general contrast in the two.
The paper should explain the Death Penalty/Capital Punishment policy under the Kantian Ethical system with its analysis of the system and policy according to the resources I have gathered. The paper should explain the Death Penalty/Capital Punishment policy under Utilitarian Ethics with its analysis of the system and policy according to the resources I have gathered. In summation the paper should emphasize the major variances in the two different ethical systems views of the Death Penalty/Capital Punishment.
LAYOUT/HEADINGS/TOPICS OF THE PAPER IN SEQUENCE:
Do not deviate from this outline.
2 THE DEATH PENALTY AS A POLICY
3 KANTIAN ETHICS
4 UTILITARIAN ETHICS
5 KANTIAN ETHICS ON THE DEATH PENALTY
6 UTILITARIAN ETHICS ON THE DEATH PENALTY
Paper Evaluation Criteria
I will evaluate the paper based on the extent to which the writer:
-Organizes material in a clear and logical manner and uses clear and logical
headings and sub-headings.
-Clearly identifies the criminal justice policy being analyzed
-Clearly identifies the ethical systems to be used in the analysis of the
criminal justice policy
-Thoroughly and accurately discusses the principles, concepts and postulates
of the ethical systems to be used in the analysis
-Clearly and accurately applies the ethical systems in the analysis of the
policy based on empirical research and scholarly materials addressing the
application of the ethical system to the policy.
-Synthesizes the material by inferring and presenting relationships among the
concepts, ideas and theories presented in the sources used.
-Uses sentences and paragraphs that are connected and writer shows strong
use of transitions (smooth, logical, varied)
-Thoroughly copy-edits paper (i.e., No major errors; minor errors few to
-Uses sentence structures that are simple (not overly complex); varied
-Uses concepts and ideas that are clearly and concisely defined and are
relevant and accurate
-Accurately uses citations and reference in the APA format
References – Will also send with sources.
Bedau, H. A. (1983). Bentham’s Utilitarian Critique of the Death Penalty. The Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, 74(3), 1033-1065. Retrieved November 8, 2009, from http://www.jstor.org/stable/1143143
Brudner, A. (1980). Retributivism and the Death Penalty. The University of Toronto Law Journal, 30(4), 337-355. Retrieved November 08, 2009, from http://www.jstor.org/stable/825562
Calvert, B. (1993). Locke on Punishment and the Death Penalty. Philosophy, 68(264), 211-229. Retrieved November 07, 2009, from http://www.jstor.org/stable/3751163
Capital Punishment. (11,1950). The British Medical Journal, 1(4649), 365-369. Retrieved November 08, 2009, from http://www.jstor.org/stable/25375103
Harsanvi, J. C. (1977). Rule Utilitarianism and Decision Theory. Erkenntnis, Social Ethics, 11(1), 1st ser., 25-53. Retrieved November 08, 2009, from http://www.jstor.org/stable/20010532
Hill, Jr., T. E. (1999). Kant on Wrongdoing, Desert, and Punishment. Law and Philosophy, 18(4), 407-441. Retrieved November 08, 2009, from http://www.jstor.org/stable/3505232
Hill Jr., T. E. (1973). The Hypothetical Imperative. The Philosophical Review, 82(4), 429-450. Retrieved November 08, 2009, from http://www.jstor.org/stable/2183709
Merle, J. (2009). A Kantian Critique of Kant’s Theory of Punishment. Law and Philosophy, 19(3), 311-338. Retrieved November 07, 2009, from http://www.jstor.org/stable/3505178
Murphy, J. G. (1987). Does Kant Have a Theory of Punishment? Columbia Law Review, 87(3), 509-532. Retrieved November 08, 2009, from http://www.jstor.org/stable/1122669
Nelson, M. T. (1991). Utilitarian Eschatology. American Philosophical Quarterly, 28(4), 339-347. Retrieved November 08, 2009, from http://www.jstor.org/stable/20014389
Powell, Jr., L. F. (1989). Capital Punishment. Harvard Law Review, 102(5), 1035-1046. Retrieved November 08, 2009, from http://www.jstor.org/stable/1341469
Reid, Sue T. Criminal Law. 6th ed. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2004. Print.
Singer, M. G. (1954). The Categorical Imperiative. The Philosophical Review, 63(4), 577-591. Retrieved November 08, 2009, from http://www.jstor.org/stable/2182292
There are faxes for this order.