Assess the utilitarian and retributive theories of punishment.

Option #1: Career Development Criteria: Internship Positions For this assignment you should research internship positions in your chosen degree field. Develop a well-written paper that includes a link to the description for two (2) internships and provide a summary of how the positions relate to your degree field. anything criminal justice community advocate, or non profit or for police dept, criminal justice, legislature, NAACP , Homeless advocate anything community please The paper should meet the following requirements: Be 2-3 pages in length Be formatted according to the Writing & APA (Links to an external site.). CRJ530 Ethics, Justice, and Social Control Module 7: Ethical Considerations and Good Practices in Restorative Justice In this module we will explore restorative justice as an alternative to more traditional forms of punishment (e.g., prison) and also explore whether restorative justice is an effective alternative. We will also examine the criticisms of restorative justice and its uses in other countries. Learning Outcomes Identify the tenets of restorative justice. Assess the utilitarian and retributive theories of punishment. Explore ethical values that should be considered in restorative justice. Examine the effects of restorative justice in Europe. For Your Success & Readings In this module it will be important to complete the assigned readings, but it will also be helpful to supplement with the recommended readings. Also, be sure to post your initial response to the discussion question by Thursday at midnight. Don’t forget you are required to also respond to two postings of your classmates. This is the last week before your Portfolio Project is due, so be sure to touch base with your instructor for any questions you may have. Required Chapter 6, pp. 171-173, in Criminal justice ethics: Theory and practice (4th ed.) Daly, K. (2016). What is restorative justice? Fresh answers to a vexed question. Victims & Offenders, 11(1), 9-29. Sliva, S. M. (2016). The adoption of restorative justice legislation as a state policy response to criminal justice concerns: A mixed methods inquiry. PsycINFO, 76(12-A(E)). Retrieved from Recommended Dekker, S., & Breakey, H. (2016, June). ‘Just culture:’ Improving safety by achieving substantive, procedural, and restorative justice. Safety Science, 85, 187-193. Lacey, N., & Pickard, H. (2015). To blame or to forgive? Reconciling punishment and forgiveness in criminal justice. Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, 35(4), 665-696. doi:10.1093/ojls/gqv012.