Punishments: Corporal punishment, Shunning, Weregild, Time-out, Exile, Éraic, Fine, Electronic tagging, Compulsory sterilization, Child discipline, ... Deportation, Judicial corporal punishment

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9781156792537: Punishments: Corporal punishment, Shunning, Weregild, Time-out, Exile, Éraic, Fine, Electronic tagging, Compulsory sterilization, Child discipline, ... Deportation, Judicial corporal punishment

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 89. Chapters: Corporal punishment, Shunning, Weregild, Time-out, Exile, Éraic, Fine, Electronic tagging, Compulsory sterilization, Child discipline, Badge of shame, Administrative detention, Traffic ticket, Deportation, Judicial corporal punishment, House arrest, Felony disenfranchisement, Parsimony, Collective punishment, Tarring and feathering, Probation, Chemical castration, Postenpflicht, Pittura infamante, Boot camp, Day-fine, Jankers, Public humiliation, Penal transportation, Discharge, Blood money, Criminal punishment in Edo-period Japan, Suspension, Standing cell, Mercy, Confiscation, Ban, Beot, Reduction in rank, Prisoner, Unit fine, Gating, Imperial ban, Drumming out, Chastisement, Cadena temporal, Suspended sentence, Cangue, Diesel therapy, Bitlaha, Sanctions, Pindown, Riding the rail, Parading on donkey, Mirror punishment, Symbole, Amercement, Deferred sentence, Castigation, Psychological punishment, Kasepekang, Amende honorable, Dégradation nationale, Peshotanu, Shock incarceration, Cyphonism, Comminatory, Nuisance fee, Shimanagashi, Childwite. Excerpt: Compulsory sterilization (or sterilisation) also known as forced sterilization programs are government policies which attempt to force people to undergo surgical sterilization. In the first half of the twentieth century, many such programs were instituted in countries around the world, usually as part of eugenics programs intended to prevent the reproduction and multiplication of members of the population considered to be carriers of defective genetic traits. Forced sterilization has been recognized as crime against humanity if the action is part of a widespread or systematic practice by the Rome Statute Explanatory Memorandum, which defines the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court. Two Canadian provinces (Alberta and British Columbia) performed compulsor...

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