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However the debate is still open. Justice for young offenders in Europe. It is a course that seeks to incentivize and foster critical reflection and dialogue on the basis of the reading of articles on criminology that offer perspectives on pressing current issues.
The right to punish. We will debate its legitimacy as well mo,ina the option of life imprisonment and the constitutional principles. The meaning of a humanist criminal policy.
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The so called zero tolerance. Retribution, rehabilitation and reparation. Marks Umbreit Marilyn Peterson 36 wash U. Juvenile incarceration in America. Crime and punishment in private gqrcia. The course also offers a brief review of the range of criminological theories that explain criminal behaviour and the influence of the media in generating social alarm. In fact all the criminal and procedural codes have introduced numerous modifications that grant victims more rights.
Taking theories of punishment Retribution, general and special Prevention as a point of departure the theory behind prisons is analysed as well as their reality, above all in Europe and the USA.
No longer a Child: This topic will review the historical development of the right to punish and consider the evolution of punishment, from the tortures of the middle ages, the types of 18th and 19th century prison, 20th century developments up until the present day.
The USA as the country with the highest prison population in the world and its influence is very important. Prison as punishment The penitentiary situation around the world, special analysis of the situation in the USA and Europe. We will gadcia the study on victims of terrorism and the different political-criminal and doctrinal positions. In the majority of countries in our cultural region the death penalty has been abolished but not in the USA. Course Learning Objectives This course enable students to contextualise the problem of the “crime” in the framework of social reality and contemporary policy.
Cesar Lombroso’s theories provided a precedent, but since many other theories have been developed that have placed an emphasis on psychological or social problems. Criminality and the media, from social alarm to the reality of criminality.
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The economic cost of the privation of liberty. Is this an tratdao dream or a model to adhere to? Esther gimenez-Salinas, Jose-luis de la Cuesta.
The justice applied to young offenders will be studied as a specific reaction to young people and their special characteristics. Previous Knowledge Prior knowledge of the aforementioned required courses.
Criminología y Política Criminal (GED75055)
The media have gained significant power and influence through undertaking parallel trials. Is it possible to find a third way to achieve what is known as Restorative Justice?.
Assessment criteria To pass the course students must sit the exam and submit an pablox on one of the course topics. Biological, sociological and psychological theories. A new model for a new society Criminal Law is in crisis, or on the contrary a repressive law is increasingly relied on in opposition to the idea of rehabilitation? For many years the victim and their rights were neutralised. The class seeks to combine the study of the course content with critical reflection on it and the completion of set case studies based on contemporary society and criminology.
Brief explanation of criminality.
Workload distribution Taught classes contact hours: The mokina dimension of criminality. Since the Victimology Congress held in Israel at the beginning of the s a movement known as Victimology has been growing and has currently gained great significance.
We will study a range of case studies on very recent examples. Group Teacher Department Language.
From a vengeance based justice to restorative justice. Special consideration will be given to the continued use of the death penalty in the latter country. Restorative justice and Dialogue. This topic will analyse the return to neo-classicism as an alternative re-socialisation model. Timetable and sections Group Teacher Department Horari. Ability for continuous learning Ability to learn continually.
Brief review of the theories on punishment. Imprisonment models are litter known about however the privation of liberty is the most important punishment a society can impose. Throughout history there have been many theories that have sought to explain why a person is capable of committing criminal acts, especially the most serious ones such as murder. The news is distributed in very different manners depending on the ideology of each media source.
On the basis of the different models we will try to develop a rational explanation for criminality.
The death penalty and its legitimisation. The influence of Kant.