Thursday, July 26, 2007

The Depravity Scale

Last month I posted an item on the Depravity scale research project. The Depravity Scale aims to establish societal standards of what makes a crime depraved, and to develop a standardized instrument based on specific characteristics of a crime that must be proven in order to merit more severe sentences.

The Washington Post recently published a detailed article on the Depravity Scale and the issues surrounding it, which you can read in full by Clicking Here (Many thanks to Ginger for letting me know about the article).

If you would like to take part in the research project, the web-based research survey only takes about 15 minutes to complete. All of your responses are kept confidential and no personal information is ever released.

Click Here To Participate

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