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    An Analysis for “Bring Back Flogging” In the essay written by Jeff Jacoby in “Bring back Flogging” The article is about how our prisons are over populated with people that are in there because of the none violence crime, which make the inmates to have higher chance of getting rape, beaten, or murder rather than getting whipped and embarrassment in public, that could help them to make better choice in the future and also teaches the public to behave the way that is acceptable in the society. Plus

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    In “Bring Back Flogging”, the author, Jeff Jacoby suggests that people should adopt some of the Puritans tactics to punish criminals instead of putting them in prison. In order to present his claim, Jacoby is based in the use of irony, logos, and ethos. According to Jeff Jacoby a moment of humiliation is better than a couple of years behind the bars. I do not agree with Jeff Jacoby’s argument because the examples he gives and the way he refers to the topic incite to violence, also during the development

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    Response to “Bring Back Flogging” 1. Jeff Jacoby is a writer for The Boston Globe and was first to receive the Breindal Prize in 1999. However, I agree that we should bring back flogging for only the misdemeanor cases and cutting down cost in prisons. Summary To “Bring Back Flogging” 2. In “Bring Back Flogging,” Jeff Jacoby states that there are too many people being incarcerated and instead the use of corporal punishment should come back. Mr. Jacoby states that with the use of corporal punishment

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    Flogging in Modern Society In “Bring Back Flogging,” Jeff Jacoby made unique, interesting arguments about the ways to punish criminals. Jacoby describes how the Puritans punished criminals in demeaning manners, which was quite interesting to me since I do not know much about Puritans. I could see that their punishment by opening criminals to public could force criminals to be humiliated and be done instantly. However, I do not see any reasoning, which should explain the reason why the Puritan ways

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    In “Bring back flogging” Jeff Jacoby argues that corporal punishment should be brought back into our justice system because imprisoning criminals is taking up too much of tax payers money and criminals learn how to become better criminals in prison. He uses statistics, facts, and quotes to help support his claim that our justice system is sub par and does more harm than good to taxpayers and even criminals. Even though Jacoby makes a good point the essay fails to include ethos and pathos making

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    In Jeff Jacoby’s essay, Bring Back Flogging, he discusses the modern day justice system, and the ways in which he believes it should change. Jacoby’s stance on the topic is that United States of America should bring back flogging as an alternate to jailing felons. Jacoby never actually states this view in a thesis, but it is implied through the evidence given and the general attitude of the essay. Jacoby begins the essay with an anecdote from the 17 th century. Jacoby says that Bostonian Puritans

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    Jacoby Shaddix He has become the Leader of The Broken Hearts. Only a fan of Papa Roach would understand that reference. I am going to inform you about a very important person in my life. This is a famous musician by the name of Jacoby Shaddix. Jacoby is the lead singer of the famous band, Papa Roach. Apart from his fame, he is very muscular and he makes that known by wearing a cutoff in every one of his music videos. He is a caring as much as he is a masculine character. He and his personality saved

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    The Wiggles are a children’s music and entertainment group consisting of four members who formed in Sydney in 1991. The original members were Anthony Field, Murray Cook, Greg Page and Jeff Fatt. Before the formation of the group, Field and Fatt were members of the Australian pop band The Cockroaches with Page being a roadie, and met Cook at Macquarie University where they were studying to become pre-school teachers. Together, they formed The Wiggles. Using connections gained from The Cockroaches

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    many cases opposite traits, appeal to the American audience by embodying a portion of each viewer in the character. This method is clearly portrayed through the characters in the movie, “The Big Lebowski.” “The Big Lebowski,” is about “The Dude” (Jeff Bridges), a down-and-out, unemployed drifter who is still living in the haze of the '60s. Most of his time

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    Amazon’s Culture: How to Shape an Enduring Organizational Culture « Leadership « Stephen Blandino 11/07/2013 11:33 About Speaking Coaching Products Contact Personal Growth Leadership Church Organizations Culture Misc Amazon’s Culture: How to Shape an Enduring Organizational Culture March 23, 2012 — 2 Comments The growth and success of Amazon.com is remarkable. There’s a good chance you’ve ordered something (or many somethings) on Amazon. You might even be a

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