Our latest Freakonomics broadcast episode is named sex that is“Making Pay — and Pay and Pay and Pay.” (You can sign up to the podcast at iTunes or somewhere else, have the rss, or pay attention through the news player above. You are able to browse the transcript, including credits for the songs you’ll notice in the episode.)
The gist for this episode: Yes, intercourse crimes are horrific, additionally the perpetrators deserve to harshly be punished. But culture keeps costs that are exacting out-of-pocket and otherwise — long after the jail phrase happens to be offered.
This episode had been prompted (as numerous of our most useful episodes are) by an email from the podcast listener. Their title is Jake Swartz:
And so I just completed my M.A. in forensic therapy at John Jay and began an internship in a brand new city … we spend the majority of my times getting together with lovely individuals like rapists and pedophiles. Within my internship, we mainly do treatment (both group and individual) with convicted intercourse myukrainianbrides offenders plus it made me understand being fully a intercourse offender is really a terrible concept (in addition to the apparent reasons). Continue reading “Making Sex Offenders Pay — and Pay and Pay and Pay”