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    Give a proposal on Death Penalty including Introduction/title page, Abtract, Method, (describe what type of people in the study) Expected Results and Conclusion based on 3 Articles:

    1. Death Penalty Support for Special Offender Populations of Legally Convicted Murderers: Juveniles, the Mentally Retarded, and the Mentally Incompetent
    Denise Paquette Boots, M.A., Kathleen M. Heide, Ph.D

    2. Death qualification and prejudice: the effect of implicit racism, sexism, and homophobia on capital defendants' right to due process.by Butler, Brooke. Behavioral Sciences & the Law. Nov2007, Vol. 25 Issue 6, p857-867.

    3. Bolstering an Illusory Majority: The Effects of the Media's Portrayal of Death Penalty Support. By: Niven, David. Social Science Quarterly (Blackwell Publishing Limited). Sep2002, Vol. 83 Issue 3, p832-689. 21p.

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    Give a proposal on Death Penalty including Introduction/title page, Abtract, Method,(describe what type of people in the study) Expected Results and Conclusion based on 3 Articles:

    1. Death Penalty Support for Special Offender Populations of Legally Convicted Murderers: Juveniles, the Mentally Retarded, and the Mentally Incompetent
    Denise Paquette Boots, M.A., Kathleen M. Heide, Ph.D

    2. Death qualification and prejudice: the effect of implicit racism, sexism, and homophobia on capital defendants' right to due process.by Butler, Brooke. Behavioral Sciences & the Law. Nov2007, Vol. 25 Issue 6, p857-867.

    3. Bolstering an Illusory Majority: The Effects of the Media's Portrayal of Death Penalty Support. By: Niven, David. Social Science Quarterly (Blackwell Publishing Limited). Sep2002, Vol. 83 Issue 3, p832-689. 21p.

    The death penalty is an abhorrent use of the criminal justice system as it represent the systematic use of state sanctioned "murder" to attempt to prevent future murders. The entire premise of this ...

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    The death penalty supporting for special offender populations of legally convicted murderers are disused.

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