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#113 - How about you actually PUNISH the people that commit crimes? I…  [+] (8 replies) 01/26/2016 on Prison in Norway -4
#312 - chrispthesebbe (01/26/2016) [-]
Murderers and people that the government in norway dont see fit to be rehabilitated goes to a prison in bergen. That prison is where most insane pps and murderers goes to. And that prison has a focus on punishment
#151 - mixedfeelings (01/26/2016) [-]
there is no point in punishment
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#116 - etiennesk (01/26/2016) [-]
It goes toward the theories of rehabilitation vs punishment. Norway seems to prefer rehabilitation to thus ensure that criminals can more effectively be integrated into society. Other countries seem to prefer punishment where the threat of going to jail should deter crime.

There's benefits to either side...
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#117 - eklipsbrate (01/26/2016) [-]
I'm arguing that rehabilitation should not even be an option for violent crimes.
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#129 - testaburger (01/26/2016) [-]
Well, the statistics are arguing that recidivism in countries that prefer punishment is way higher than in countries that prefer rehabilitation.

So which do you prefer, a country full of criminals who stay criminals, or a country where criminals are mostly one-time criminals and go back to being productive members of society?
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#144 - eklipsbrate (01/26/2016) [-]
A country where cold blooded murder gets you the death penalty or life in prison.
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#147 - testaburger (01/26/2016) [-]
So the former.
Have fun in crimeland.
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#122 - etiennesk (01/26/2016) [-]
I partially agree with that. In my opinion, the more violent/severe your crime, the more punishment you should go through. But I still think that rehabilitation should be the primary focus of prisons.

maybe it's my military background, but this is why I favour manual labour for prisoners. Manual labour should be a requirement, not a privilege. Not only is it punishing, it goes toward disciplining people and may even give them skills that they can use in society.

Dig some ditches in prison, get an interview with a landscaping company after parole.. Etc.
#14 - What about the dude, maybe he's just providing for his family …  [+] (1 reply) 01/20/2016 on The Wolf and the Seven... +1
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#20 - heartlessrobot (01/20/2016) [-]
He was actually a pedophile so it's ok.
Just kidding it's just a fookin comic broski.