Garland 5 - Chapter 5

Garland 5 - Chapter 5 - (ideological) persuasion. Functions...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 8/9/10 Garland Chapter 5 – Punishment as Ideology and Class Control: variations on Marxist Themes
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8/9/10 Pashukanis and the Form of Penal law E.B. Pashukanis (1891-1937) Under capitalism, law and punishment are corollaries of economic exchange. Reciprocal relationship between law and economy Garland’s points of critique
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8/9/10 The Ideological Functions of Criminal Law Douglas Hay Law and punishment represent a combination of physical and symbolic
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Unformatted text preview: (ideological) persuasion. Functions of irrationalities and contradictions in law Themes of 18th Century English law: majesty, justice, mercy 8/9/10 Penal Forms and Social Formations Another style of Marxist analysis conceptualizes punishment as overdetermined. Michael Ignatieff ( A Just Measure of Pain ) Garland ( Punishment and Welfare ) Wider Dynamics X Internal Bureaucratic...
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This note was uploaded on 08/08/2010 for the course COR 830 taught by Professor Dr.kevinminor during the Fall '08 term at E. Kentucky.

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Garland 5 - Chapter 5 - (ideological) persuasion. Functions...

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