"Dead Man Walking"
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This paper examines rehabilitation and punishment as portrayed in the film "Dead Man Walking." It contends that although the film does not address the issue of the death penalty, it addresses the efficacy and morality of capital punishment.
From the Paper:"In their essays Karl Menninger and Richard Wasserstrom address their sue of how best society can prevent crime. Menninger argues that rehabilitative treatments for criminals best prevent future crime. Wasserstrom on the other hand argues that punishment through incarceration serves as the best deterrent for future criminals. The film Dead Man Walking does not address whether the death penalty is an effective deterrent for crime. It does however address the morality and efficacy of capital punishment. In his essay Wasserstrom argues that Menninger's solution only addresses ..."
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"Dead Man Walking" (2005, December 01) Retrieved September 19, 2019, from https://www.academon.com/film-review/dead-man-walking-73233/
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