4 edition of Theories of punishment. found in the catalog.
Theories of punishment.
Stanley E. Grupp
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Edited by Stanley E. Grupp.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 401 p.|
|Number of Pages||401|
Examining case studies including capital punishment, juvenile offending, and domestic abuse in detail, this is an accessible and engaging summary of the key theories of punishment, finds Hamish Clift. Punishment. Thom Brooks. Routledge. November Find this book: In , Damiens the regicide was executed for the attempted murder of Louis XV. Punishment pledges to be two books in one, an introductory text in punishment theory and a defense of a new theory of punishment ("the unified theory") (11).Its overall design is certainly appealing, whichever book one chooses to read. The first half of the book presents four "general theories" of punishment (retributivism, deterrence, rehabilitation, and restorative) and three kinds of.
Theories of Crime and PunishmentClaire ValierLongman Criminology Seriescover blurb This exciting new book in the Longman Criminology Series provides a critical introduction to the principal theories of crime and punishment from the late eighteenth century to the present day. The approach addresses the social and political context from which each theory emerged, as well as its place within the. Raskolnikov's theories about the ordinary man versus the extraordinary man are often blurred and indistinct in his own mind. If one is to assume that the crime was committed in order to prove a theory, then the flaws in the crime indicate the flaws or incompleteness of the theory.
Straightforward retributive theories, which justify punishment by looking back at the wrongful harm done by an offender, don’t adequately answer the question of why the offender should be harmed in return for harm done. More sophisticated retributive theories construe punishment as equalizing an unfair advantage taken by an : Jerry Cederblom. This chapter examines two different challenges neuroscience purports to present for retribution-based theories of criminal punishment. The first challenge focuses on information about the brains of those engaged in punishment decisions, and seeks to undermine retributivism because of the relationship between emotion and retributive punishment : Michael S. Pardo.
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Theories of Punishment Paperback – January 1, by Stanley E Grupp (Author) › Visit Amazon's Stanley E Grupp Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central Cited by: This chapter examines the central issues for the justification Theories of punishment.
book criminalization and punishment in the context of criminal law. Specifically, it considers whether there is a class of acts (or omissions) that warrants the use of the label of crime as appropriate. It initially discusses what kind of theory is suitable for grasping and grounding criminalization and punishment, focusing on three Author: Emmanuel Melissaris.
Punishment is a term used in operant conditioning to refer to any change that occurs after a behavior that reduces the likelihood that that behavior will occur again in the future.
While positive and negative reinforcements are used to increase behaviors, punishment is focused on reducing or eliminating unwanted behaviors. In the absence of punishment, there will be chaos, confusion and disorder in the state and the weak will be exploited and victimized by the strong.
Process of punishment is essential for the smooth running of society. Following are the theories of punishment: 1. Retributive Theory: Blood for blood is. Theories of Law and Society Punishment may also involve various types of informal sanctions by family, peers, and extralegal groups like vigilante committees and paramil- The purpose of this book is to explore punishments from a comparative historical perspective.
We describe the purposes and types of File Size: KB. The book brings students up ¿to- date with a final chapter in which the author discusses theories of crime and punishment in late modernity.
Theories of Crime and Punishment is aimed at both undergraduate and postgraduate students of criminology and criminal justice, and has been designed as a multi-levelled textbook, enabling readers at a Cited by: Theories of punishment. Stanley E. Grupp. Indiana University Press, - Social Science - pages.
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Theories of Punishment: With change in the social structure the society has witnessed various punishment theories and the radical changes that they have undergone from the traditional to the modern level and the crucial problems relating to them. The first critical guide to examine all leading contemporary theories of punishment, this book explores – among others – the communicative theory of punishment, restorative justice, and the unified theory of punishment.
Thom Brooks examines several case studies in detail, including capital punishment, juvenile offending, and domestic abuse. Theories of punishment. Bloomington, Indiana University Press [, c] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Stanley E Grupp.
Find more information about: ISBN: X. CHAPTER 4 CRIME AND THEORIES OF PUNISHMENT CRIME In ordinary language, the term crime denotes an unlawful act punishable by the state. The term crime does not, in modern criminal law, have any simple and universally accepted definition,1 though statutory definitions have been provided for certain purposes.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Grupp, Stanley E. Theories of punishment. Bloomington, Indiana University Press [, ©] (OCoLC) CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THEORIES OF PUNISHMENT Mere denunciation of crime is not enough; it must be pushed to its logic end that crime does not pay by punishing the offenders.
Punishment means, “It is the redress that the commonwealth takes against File Size: 63KB. Reinforcement (Psychology) Reinforcement is a concept used widely in psychology to refer to the method of presenting or removing a stimuli to increase the chances of obtaining a behavioral response.
It is usually divided into two categories - positive and negative. 1) Elaborate the various theories of punishment in Criminal Law (10m) There are four theories of punishments, namely, retribution theory, deterrent theory, and reformation theory.
Firstly, a kid who falls down and kicks the floor inadvertently. Generally, it is believed to be a firm of taking revenge and would not serve only penal purpose. The practice of punishment must be justified by reference either to forward-looking or to backward-looking considerations.
If the former prevail, then the theory is likely to be consequentialist and probably some version of utilitarianism, according to which the point of the practice of punishment is to increase overall net social welfare by.
Punishment is a critical introduction to the philosophy of punishment, offering a new and refreshing approach that will benefit readers of all backgrounds and interests. The first critical guide to examine all leading contemporary theories of punishment, this book explores – among others – the communicative theory of punishment, restorative Author: Thom Brooks.
Taking punishment to be the infliction of suffering for an offense, we may say that, traditionally, theories about the justification of punishment have been divided into retributivist and non-retributivist, with further sub-categories in each category.
Punishment is a critical introduction to the philosophy of punishment, offering a new and refreshing approach that will benefit readers of all backgrounds and interests.
The first critical guide to examine all leading contemporary theories of punishment, this book explores – among others – the communicative theory of punishment, restorative. 'David Boonin's book combines an incredible command of the literature with an organized and careful discussion this is the best book ever written on the philosophy of punishment must reading for anyone who wants to explore the moral status of punishment.' Stephen Kershnar - State University of New York, FredoniaAuthor: David Boonin.
This book concerns many topics and theories, including those concerning prisons (prison reform, prisoner abuse, prisoners’ rights, and recidivism), as well as theories of the purposes of punishment.The first part of the book considers retributive, utilitarian, and mixed theories of punishment.
In the second part, recent theories of distributive justice, especially those of Rawls and Gauthier, are examined. It is argued that these theories cannot give an adequate account of : Matt Matravers.Theories of Crime and Punishment book.
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