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Click to edit Master subtitle style 8/9/10 Garland Chapter 3 – Punishment and the Construction of Authority: A Reworking of Durkheimian Themes
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Click to edit Master subtitle style 8/9/10 The Importance of History History is highly relevant to understanding punishment.
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8/9/10 Rethinking the Conscience Collective Conformity to norms and values can exist independently of commitment to these. Consensus and agreement need to be better explained in terms of their emergence from processes of political negotiation and compromise. “Ruling morality” or “dominant mora
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8/9/10 The Idea of the Sacred Need to understand the source of sacredness surrounding law and punishment; sacredness emerges partly from power rituals Particular laws and punishment can represent not only the needs and interests of power-holders but also the population at large – degrees of agreement exist depending on the
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8/9/10 The Social Necessity of Punishment
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