Morals Legislation Without Morality: The Case of Nevada (Crime, law, and deviance series) ebook
by John R. Cross,John F. Galliher
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Personal Name: Galliher, John F. Publication, Distribution, et. New Brunswick, . Rutgers University Press, (c)1983. Personal Name: Cross, John . 1939-. Uniform Title: Crime, law, and deviance series. Location: NBuC BSCMN, AYBM KFN1171. Physical Description: x, 163 p. ;, 23 cm. Series Statement: Crime, law, and deviance series. General Note: Includes index.
Galliher, John . and John R. Morals Legislation without Morality: The Case of Nevada. She is currently working on a book on high society and thoroughbred racing. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press. Goodwin, John R. 1985. Gaming Control Law: The Nevada Model. Columbus, OH: Publishing Horizons, Inc. Google Scholar. His publications have dealt with issues of labeling and secondary deviation, the role of stereotypes in the legal process, and the legal reaction to corporate crime. Rights and permissions. Reprints and Permissions.
Morals Legislation without Morality: The Case of Nevada. This paper describes a recent effort to pass some "anti-cult" legislation in Nevada. The effort exemplified a new consumer-oriented approach to such matters that seeks to treat religious groups similarly to charitable organizations, and implicitly defines religion as a consumer good to be regulated by government. The bill would have authorized a number of civil and state actions against religions. It evoked considerable controversy before being defeated, with Mormon legislators playing a key role in the bill's defeat.
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An Introduction to the Principles of Morals and Legislation is a book by the English philosopher and legal theorist Jeremy Bentham "originally printed in 1780, and first published in 1789
An Introduction to the Principles of Morals and Legislation is a book by the English philosopher and legal theorist Jeremy Bentham "originally printed in 1780, and first published in 1789. Bentham's "most important theoretical work," it is where Bentham develops his theory of utilitarianism and is the first major book on the topic. Bentham was the first major philosopher to develop and defend a utilitarian theory of ethics. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers Univ. 163 pp. Garland D. 1997. Governmentality’ and the problem of crime: Foucault, criminology, sociology. 1:173–214 Garland D. 2008. On the concept of moral panic. 4:9–30 Gibbs JP. 1966. Conceptions of deviant behavior: the old and the new. Pac. Sociol.