April 10th

Do Open Reading for your second paper!

Post Responses (with references) to our open reading pages!

Have a great night!

I’ll be posting the 1st submissions later with the Feedback Worksheet!

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3 Responses to April 10th

  1. Nozomi says:

    Eve’s Daughter. (2001). (pp. 161–163). the United States: Gestalt Journal Press.

    The writer suggests that many normal women and men can become heroes. And she indicates five characteristics of Heroes; respect for human rights, faith in one’s ability to make a difference, original perspective, physical and mental courage and public and unpublic impact. Although she says they are important elements of heroes, she states that all of them are not completely required but standard to consider what the heroes.

  2. Fatimah says:

    Miraiam mentioned in her article that there are five characteristics that the heroes have, the availability of these characteristics differs from one hero to another. Heroes share these characteristics which are respecting for human life, faith in effectiveness of choice, original perspective, courage, and public or unpublic heroism (Polster, 2001).
    Polster.M. (2001).Eve’s Daughters. Gestalt Journal Press

  3. Yosuke Aida says:

    LIPTAK, A. (2007). Does Death Penalty Save Lives? A New Debate. Retrieved from http://www.nytimes.com/2007/11/18/us/18deter.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0

    In this article Does Death Penalty Save Lives? Liptak said that sentencing a death penalty to a convict may save 3-18 people from murdering.

    That is very interesting information. It makes me start thinking about the relationship between crime control and death penalty.

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