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Punishment and culture

MariМЃa JoseМЃ FalcoМЃn y Tella

Punishment and culture

a right to punish?

by MariМЃa JoseМЃ FalcoМЃn y Tella

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Published by M. Nijhoff in Leiden, Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Punishment,
  • Punishment -- Moral and ethical aspects,
  • Criminal law,
  • Crime prevention

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMaría José Falcón y Tella and Fernando Falcón y Tella ; translation into English by Peter Muckley.
    ContributionsFalcón y Tella, Fernando.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsK5103 .F3513 2006
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxix, 267 p. ;
    Number of Pages267
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17629635M
    ISBN 109004151494
    OCLC/WorldCa64626561

    " When the State Kills describes how capital punishment and the politics of vengeance have corrupted the courts, other institutions of government, and our culture. It documents the enormous cost of the death penalty to society far beyond the cases in which it is inflicted. Jan 01,  · The Statute of the International Criminal Court was the realization (albeit imperfect) of the oldest and longest-postponed item on the UN agenda, a judicial arm that could enforce the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Genocide shareholderdemocracy.com: M.J. Falcón Y Tella, Falcón Y Tella.

    This book brings together distinguished scholars of punishment and experts in media studies in an unusual juxtaposition of disciplines and perspectives. Americans continue to lock up more people for longer periods of time than most other nations, to use the death penalty, and to racialize punishment in remarkable ways. Hitched to the post: prison labor, choice, and citizenship / Keally McBride --Perhaps all pain is punishment: community corrections and the hyperghetto / William Lyons --How science matters: discourse on deterrence in a death penalty debate / Theodore Sasson. Representing punishment in literature and popular culture.

    From start to finish, this book provides a sophisticated and persuasive analysis of the cultural life of capital punishment.” Stuart Banner, author of The Death Penalty: An American History “ Executing Freedom is a brilliant exploration of capital punishment’s place in American culture . Punishment, Culture and Society Legal Studies Mondays and Wednesdays – 2 LeConte purposes of punishment and the broader objectives of citizens, institutions, and society as Work copied without acknowledgement from a book, from another student's paper, from the internet, or from any other source is plagiarized.


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Punishment in Popular Culture examines the cultural presuppositions that undergird America's distinctive approach to punishment and analyzes punishment as Author: Charles J. Ogletree Jr. Punishment and Culture traces three centuries of the history of punishment, looking in detail at issues ranging from public executions and the development of the prison to Jeremy Bentham’s notorious panopticon and the invention of the guillotine.

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Oct 27,  · He is the President and Co-Founder of Loving on Purpose, a ministry to families and communities worldwide. Danny is also the author of five books covering the subjects of building successful relationships, a culture of honor, and strong families/5(61).

Mar 23,  · Punishment and Culture A Right to Punish. Authors: The book reviews the main doctrines that have dealt with the theme of punishment from Antiquity to the present, not limiting itself to the legal-philosophical sphere but also analyzing the contributions from other social sciences.

It then explores how these are reflected in the sphere of Cited by: 1. Punishment and Culture by sociologist Philip Smith deals with the culture of punishment in the theoretical background of the fatigue that has befallen those practicing so-called critical.

Instead he argues that punishment is an essentially irrational act founded in ritual as a means to control evil without creating more of it in the process."Punishment and Culture" traces three centuries of the history of punishment, looking in detail at issues ranging from public executions and the development of the prison to Jeremy Bentham's Author: P Smith.

Jan 01,  · Studies and works dedicated to punishment are scarce compared to those dedicated to Crime Theory or some aspect thereof. The book reviews the main doctrines that have dealt with the theme of punishment from Antiquity to the present, not limiting itself to the legal-philosophical sphere but also analyzing the contributions from other social Author: M.J.

Falcón Y Tella, Falcón Y Tella. Book Description: America is the most punitive nation in the world, incarcerating more than million people - or one in of its residents. Against the backdrop of this unprecedented mass imprisonment, punishment permeates everyday life, carrying with it complex cultural meanings.

Studies and works dedicated to punishment are scarce compared to those dedicated to Crime Theory or some aspect thereof. The book reviews the main doctrines that have dealt with the theme of punishment from Antiquity to the present, not limiting itself to the legal-philosophical sphere but also analyzing the contributions from other social.

This book shows that punishment is an essentially irrational act founded in ritual as a means to control evil without creating more of it in the process. It looks at issues ranging from public executions and the development of the prison to the invention of the guillotine.

Michelle Brown's book The Culture of Punishment () offers an insightful application of Foucauldian insights (from, e.g. Discipline and Punish /) to the nature of disciplinary power in America.

The book should be praised as much for its theoretical insights as for its applicability; the author considers contemporary media, the War on Terror, and other current trends in American Price: $ Mar 17,  · "Cruel and Unusual" is an informative book on the culture of punishment in America.

Two critical arguments inform this book: first, that punishment in this country has always been ensnared in religious ideology and rhetoric; second, that trends in the treatment of prisoners in America are always closely paralleled by ideas about the treatment of children/5.

In one of the most important contributions of the book to both punishment and society literature and media studies, Brown moves up beyond the prison as signifier to follow the elements of pain, judgment, discipline and punishment associated with the prison as they are transformed in the often dreamlike associative work of popular culture.In this path-breaking book, David Garland argues that punishment is a complex social institution that affects both social relations and cultural meanings.

Drawing on theorists from Durkheim to Foucault, he insightfully critiques the entire spectrum of social thought concerning punishment, and reworks it into a new interpretive synthesis."Punishment and Modern Society is an outstanding.May 13,  · Crime and Punishment in Contemporary Culture makes a timely and important contribution to debate on the possibilities of justice in the media age.

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