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Resisting punitiveness in Europe?: welfare, human rights and democracy by Snacken, Sonja, Dumortier, Els

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Els Dumortier is Professor in Youth Criminology and Constitutional Criminal Law at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Criminology Department, Belgium. The Rise of the Penal State: What can Human Rights Do About It? Contributions analyze how human rights in Europe can and do act as a shield against — but sometimes also as a possible motor for — criminalization and penalization. This book will be a valuable addition to the literature in this field and will be of interest to students, scholars and policy officials across Europe and elsewhere. Her research focuses on the place, choices and consequences of punishment in Belgium and Europe. Victims and the Penal Process: Roles, Expectations and Disappointments, Noelle Languin and Christian-Nils Robert with the collaboration of Milena Abbiati and Mina Rauschenbach 11. The increased political attention to victims' rights and interests and to public opinion surveys in European democracies is discussed as a possible risk for enhanced levels of punitiveness in penal policies and evaluated against the background of research evidence about the wishes and expectations of victims of crime and the ambivalence and 'polycentric consistency' of public opinion formations about crime and punishments.

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Resisting Punitiveness in Europe?: Welfare, Human Rights and Democracy (English Edition) eBook: Sonja Snacken, Els Dumortier: automatictrade.net: Kindle Store

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Her research focuses on the place, choices and consequences of punishment in Belgium and Europe. Penalisation and Social Policies, Philippe Mary and Jacky Nagels 6. Political Economy, Welfare and Punishment in Comparative Perspective, David Downes 3. Contributions analyze how human rights in Europe can and do act as a shield against - but sometimes also as a possible motor for - criminalization and penalization. This book will be a valuable addition to the literature in this field and will be of interest to students, scholars and policy officials across Europe and elsewhere.

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Resisting Punitiveness in Europe? : Sonja Snacken : 9780415678933

resisting punitiveness in europe snacken sonja dumortier els

She is member of the Editorial Board of Punishment and Society and Déviance et Société. If so, why is this the case and how does it work in practice? Human Rights and Penalization in Central and Eastern Europe: the Case of Hungary, Miklós Lévay 8. Her research focuses on questions concerning the effectiveness of children's rights in the domain of juvenile justice, both in contemporary times and in the past 20thcentury. The book discusses important issues such as the relationship between political change and juvenile justice, the common labels used to unify juvenile systems in different regions and in different forms of government, the types of juvenile systems that exist and how they differ, and more. She is currently Research Fellow at the Straus Institute for the Advanced Study of Law and Justice at the New York University School of Law 2010-2011. Els Dumortieris Professor in Youth Criminology and Constitutional Criminal Law at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Criminology Department, Belgium.

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Resisting Punitiveness in Europe?

resisting punitiveness in europe snacken sonja dumortier els

En ella se encontrará: una propuesta de una justicia juvenil restaurativa fundamentada en el principio de excepcionalidad y en la alternatividad: desjudicialización y desinstitucionalización de las sanciones; los avances normativos de la justicia penal juvenil, en contraste con las detenciones y muertes de jóvenes privados de la libertad; la riqueza del derecho indígena y sus lecciones aprendidas para la resolución de los conflictos; el estigma social frente al adulto mayor en el mundo extramuros e intramuros; y la incidencia de los medios de comunicación en una política criminal coyuntural, reactiva y punitiva. This volume provides an important and exciting contribution to the knowledge on punishment across Europe. Human Rights and Penalization in Central and Eastern Europe: the Case of Hungary, Miklós Lévay 8. Comparative studies on the other hand have illustrated important differences in levels of punitiveness between these countries and have tried to explain these differences by looking at risk and protective factors. This book will be a valuable addition to the literature in this field and will be of interest to students, scholars and policy officials across Europe and elsewhere.

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Resisting Punitiveness in Europe? ISBN 9780415678926 PDF epub

resisting punitiveness in europe snacken sonja dumortier els

The Scandinavian Path to Welfare, Stein Kuhnle 5. He also has an eye for the human detail that makes his sad account of institutional muddle surprisingly compelling. This important volume fills a large gap in the study of juvenile justice by providing an unprecedented comparison of criminal justice and juvenile justice systems across the world, looking for points of comparison and policy variance that can lead to positive change in the United States. The Rise of the Penal State: What can Human Rights Do About It? Political Economy, Welfare and Punishment in Comparative Perspective, David Downes 3. Political Economy, Welfare and Punishment in Comparative Perspective, David Downes 3.

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Resisting Punitiveness in Europe?: Welfare, Human Rights and Democracy (English Edition) eBook: Sonja Snacken, Els Dumortier: automatictrade.net: Kindle Store

resisting punitiveness in europe snacken sonja dumortier els

Furthermore, the book uses its data on criminal versus juvenile justice in a wide variety of nations to create a new explanation of why separate juvenile and criminal courts are felt to be necessary. Victims and the Penal Process: Roles, Expectations and Disappointments, Noëlle Languin and Christian-Nils Robert with the collaboration of Milena Abbiati and Mina Rauschenbach 11. The book is split into three sections: Punishment and Welfare. Human Rights as the Good and the Bad Conscience of Criminal Law, Françoise Tulkens 9. The European dream was both the rejection of war and the creation of a new spirit of peaceful cooperation.

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Resisting Punitiveness In Europe?

resisting punitiveness in europe snacken sonja dumortier els

Her research focuses on the place, choices and consequences of punishment in Belgium and Europe. Chapters look into possible lessons to be learned from characteristics and developments in Scandinavian and some Continental European countries. Chapters look into possible lessons to be learned from characteristics and developments in Scandinavian and some Continental European countries. Her research focuses on the place, choices and consequences of punishment in Belgium and Europe. Punitivity From a Victim's Perspective, Ivo Aertsen 12. An Introduction, Sonja Snacken and Els Dumortier 2. The book is split into three sections: Punishment and Welfare.

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Resisting Punitiveness in Europe?: Welfare, Human Rights and Democracy, 1st Edition (Hardback)

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Chapters look into possible lessons to be learned from characteristics and developments in Scandinavian and some Continental European countries. The book is split into three sections: Punishment and Welfare. The book is split into three sections: Punishment and Welfare. She is currently Research Fellow at the Straus Institute for the Advanced Study of Law and Justice at the New York University School of Law 2010-2011. Els Dumortier is Professor in Youth Criminology and Constitutional Criminal Law at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Criminology Department, Belgium. Yet confrontation has been the hallmark of the euro crisis, and national opportunistic gimmicks have driven the awkward attempts to solve the crisis itself.

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