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Planned, premeditated killings of family members whose behavior is judged to have brought shame or dishonor to the family are referred to as: A. retaliatory familicide. B. blood feuds. C. mala in se. D. honor killings.
Planned, premeditated killings of family members whose behavior is judged to have brought shame or dishonor to the family are referred to as: honor killings.
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Planned, premeditated killings of family members whose behavior is judged to have brought shame or dishonor to the family are referred to as: honor killings.
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Which of the following, derived from John Stuart Mill, suggests that governments can legitimately create and impose laws only where it is necessary to prevent people from harming others? A. The harm principle B. Paternalism C. The principle of victimless crime D. The no-cause principle
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The harm principle derived from John Stuart Mill, suggests that governments can legitimately create and impose laws only where it is necessary to prevent people from harming others.
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