Garland 9 - Chapter 9

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

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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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