Garland 8 - Chapter 8

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 8/9/10 Garland Chapter 8 – The Rationalization of Punishment: Weberian Themes and Modern Penality
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8/9/10 Overview of Weberian Thought Max Weber (1864-1920) Viewed society as network of interpersonal relations Verstechen – subjective meanings of social action Social action as the unit of analysis Social action is governed by norms; social institutions use norms to
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8/9/10 Overview (continued) Weberian conception of power – economic class and social status Ideal types of authority 1. Rational – legal authority 2. Traditional authority 3. Charismatic authority
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8/9/10 Overview (continued) Types of Law Formal law Types of Rational
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8/9/10 Overview (continued) Formal Law Substantive Law Irrational Procedure Formal Irrationality Substantive Irrationality Rational Procedure Formal Rationality Substantive Rationality
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8/9/10 Foucault and Weber Foucault combines elements of Nietzsche and Weber; he barrows Weber’s emphasis on rationality and discipline.
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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 8 - Chapter 8 - Garland Chapter 8 Master subtitle...

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