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Title:SPREMINJANJE POGLEDA NA "SVETOST ŽIVLJENJA" NA PRIMERU SMRTNE KAZNI SKOZI ČAS
Authors:Furlan, Ana (Author)
Vovko, Andrej (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Abstract:Diplomska seminarska naloga se dotika vprašanja 'svetosti življenja' na primeru smrtne kazni. 'Svetost življenja' predstavlja eno temeljnih načel morale, ki uči, da bi moralo biti vsako človeško življenje nedotakljivo – njegova 'svetost' namreč izvira iz brezpogojnega spoštovanja dostojanstva človeške osebe. Iz tega pa sledi prepoved uboja slehernega človeškega bitja. Človeško življenje bi naj predstavljalo absolutno vrednoto in pravico vsakega posameznika. Ta pravica je zapisana tudi v Splošni deklaraciji o človekovih pravicah: »Vsakdo ima pravico do življenja, do prostosti in do osebne varnosti.« Smrtna kazen, ki je zakonsko urejena oblika kaznovanja, v kateri je obtoženec za svoj zločin kaznovan s smrtjo, pa predstavlja kršitev temeljne človekove pravice do življenja in zanika njegovo 'svetost', nedotakljivost in življenje posameznika kot vrednoto. Večina držav je smrtno kazen že odpravila (evropske države), vendar pa je le-ta še vedno v uporabi v mnogih vodilnih državah sveta (ZDA, Kitajska, idr.). Naloga na podlagi spreminjanja odnosa do smrtne kazni ugotavlja pogled javnosti na 'svetost človeškega življenja'. V empiričnem delu so vključeni rezultati slovenskih javnomnenjskih raziskav od leta 1986 do 2008 na temo smrtne kazni, s katerimi se je ugotavljalo odnos slovenske javnosti do smrtne kazni, pa tudi rezultati dveh raziskav izvedenih med študenti varstvoslovja, študenti prava in policisti, ter njihovih stališčih o smrtni kazni.
Keywords:'Svetost življenja', nedotakljivost življenja, življenje kot vrednota, človekove pravice, smrtna kazen, kaznovanje, slovensko javno mnenje, mediji.
Year of publishing:2012
Publisher:[A. Furlan]
Source:Maribor
UDC:343.25(043.2)
COBISS_ID:19578120 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:5APOKVFU
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Language:English
Title:CHANGES OF THE VIEW OF THE "SANCTITY OF LIFE" ON THE EXAMPLE OF THE CAPITAL PUNISHEMNT THROUGH TIME
Abstract:Diploma seminar paper deals with the question of 'sanctity of life' on the example of death penalty. 'Sanctity of life' represents one of the basic moral principles that teaches about inviolability of human life – its 'sanctity' origins from unconditional respect of the human dignity. Considering this, the taking of human life is prohibited. Human life should represent an absolute value and a right of each individual. This right is included also in The Universal Declaration of Human Rights: “Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of person”. Capital punishment, which is a legal process where a person is put to death by the state as a punishment for a crime, represents violation of the intrinsic human right to life and denies his 'sanctity', inviolability and life of an individual as a value. Most countries have already abolished death penalty (European countries), but nevertheless it is still in use in many leading countries of the world (USA, China, etc.). Based on the changing attitude towards the death penalty the paper establishes the public view of the 'sanctity of the human life'. Empirical part includes results of researches of Slovene public opinion in years from 1986 till 2008 about the death penalty, wherewith the attitude of Slovene public toward the death penalty was discovered. Moreover results of the researches among students of Criminal Justice and Security, students of Law Faculty and police officers, and their standpoints about the death penalty are included.
Keywords:'Sanctity of life', inviolability of life, life as a value, human rights, death /capital penalty, punishment, Slovene public opinion, media.


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