1) What is your definition of justice? Is justice a value or a principle? Is it

1) What is your definition of justice? Is justice a value or a principle? Is it personal or is it a societal goal? Does your idea of justice impact your personal political perspective of crime control? Explain.***Use the GCU Library for sources (https://library.gcu.edu/***Worrall, J. L. (2015) Crime control in America: What works? (3rd ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall, ISBN-13: 9780133495485.The DQ response must be at least 200 words and should have at least one reference in APA format2) Write a 100-word response to each student in first person as if you were writing it to the students. Talk about how you agree with their ideas and add your own thoughts. Make sure it’s respectful.Justice can be seen in many different perspectives and according to different individuals the definition of justice can vary. My definition of justice is after an individual or entity has legally been wronged the correct actions are taken for the situation to be made as fair as legally possible. Having a justice system not only allows justice to be a value and feeling that justice has been served but it is also a principle and a promise and a principle that is instilled by the justice system. Theorists have argued both sides as whether justice is a personal goal or a societal goal, according to the fact that institutions build up based off just or unjust policies (Darr, 2020). Being that institutions are primarily just and fair and when wronged a person looks to the justice system and the community to receive justice it is societal more than a personal goal. My idea of justice does impact my personal political perspective of crime control. Different politicians focus on crime control based on their values and some focus on crime in inner cities others are focused city or state-wide. If a politician doesn’t feel like the crime is affecting the cost of the city or affecting the city as a whole then it often is not a priority or their main focus.-Lorraine JuarezReference:Darr, R. (2020). The virtue of justice and the justice of institutions: Aquinas on money and just exchange. Journal of the Society of Christian Ethics, 40(1), 3–20. https://doi-org.lopes.idm.oclc.org/10.5840/jsce202…
Requirements: 200,100

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