Garland 9 - Chapter 9

Garland 9 - Chapter 9 - and Other Cultural Forms Religion...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 8/9/10 Garland Chapter 9 – Punishment and Culture: Cultural Forms and Penal Practices
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8/9/10 The Question of Culture Culture has been underemphasized in attempts to explain punishment. Culture shapes punishment (Chapters 9 and 10), and punishment feeds back to shape culture (Chapter 11). Components of culture Mentalities (Chapter 9)
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8/9/10 Cultural Forms and Penal Practices Cultural conceptions if age distinctions Cultural conceptions of gender Cultural conceptions of social class differentiations
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8/9/10 Religion, Humanitarianism,
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Unformatted text preview: and Other Cultural Forms Religion as a major aspect of cultural mentalities Cultural conceptions of justice Classical Conception X Positivistic Conception Conceptions of crime and criminals Process of compromise and alliance; remolded to fit established patterns 8/9/10 Penal Culture and Its Social Setting Penal culture collection of theories, experiences, and expectations that frame actions Major determinant is socialization, education, and training of staff (in wider society and on the job)...
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