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    Hi everyone,

    I've just finished my second year of LLB Law and am now preparing for my dissertation in my final year.

    I am really interested in the Death Penalty and want to base my idea around that - however, we won't get much advice around how wide or narrow the topic needs to be until next semester - and I'd really like to get a head start over the Summer!

    In particular I'm very interested in looking at the Death Penalty through an international human rights perspective - does anyone have any idea with what kind of titles I should be looking at?

    Also any suggestions for reading materials would be great too!
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    The death penalty as you say is a very broad subject.

    To get it on trend you need some type of right on agenda for the reader. Why not limit it to "The death penalty for women in the Arab world" ? Plenty of beheadings of domestic servants and stuff.

    Alternatively " Why a black person is 20 times more likely to be executed in the USA than a white dude".

    You get the idea.
 
 
 
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