Reflection on reforms: developing criminal accountability for industrial deaths
Providing Context: The criminal law has numerous aims, often cited in introductory textbooks to include promoting justice, providing norms to reduce unacceptable social behaviour, achieving deterrence or preventing crime, promoting rehabilitation for the law breaker, providing retribution against the law breaker, expressing moral concern at social harms (denunciation) and enabling appropriate levels of accountability. The criminal justice system is seen as a system providing meaning, achieving...[Show more]
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