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Sozialp dagogik hinter Gittern

Sozialp   dagogik hinter Gittern Author Daniel Straif
ISBN-10 9783836683821
Release 2010-01
Pages 140
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Was genau bewirken die Mauern und Gittern, hinter denen sich ein unl ngst Inhaftierter pl tzlich wiederfindet? Wie entwickeln sich die Menschen? Wie laufen eigentlich die ersten Tage in Haft ab? Und vor allem: Wie kann diese Zeit sinnvoll genutzt werden? Der Autor hat sich mit exakt diesen Fragen besch ftigt. Mit Hilfe der ersten L ngsschnittstudie, die in einem deutschen Gef ngnis in der Untersuchungshaft von Jugendlichen durchgef hrt wurde, bekommt er Antworten auf die Fragen. Durch das aufwendige Verfahren konnte er ein schl ssiges sozialp dagogisches Konzept entwickeln, das zum gewinnbringenden Aufenthalt in einer Justizvollzugsanstalt beitragen kann. Im ersten Hauptteil des Buches legt er zun chst den theoretischen Rahmen fest. Juristische, psychologische und soziologische Betrachtungsweisen werden ausf hrlich beleuchtet und in den Gesamtzusammenhang eingeordnet. Der aktuelle Forschungsstand bez glich des Themas wird aufgezeigt. Im Folgenden werden ausf hrlich der Aufbau der Studie und die Durchf hrung beschrieben. Die Ergebnisse sind grafisch dargestellt und werden erkl rt bzw. interpretiert. Auf dieser Basis konnte das "Tripple B" Konzept entwickelt werden, welches im letzten Hauptteil des Buches vorgestellt wird. Die Relevanz des Themas wird durch die intensive Auseinandersetzung der entsprechenden Fachrichtungen der Sozialarbeits- und Rechtswissenschaften mit dem Aspekt der Untersuchungshaftvermeidung bei Jugendlichen, aber auch mit neuen Gesetzesvorhaben bez glich der Untersuchungshaft deutlich.



Evolutionary Aesthetics

Evolutionary Aesthetics Author Eckart Voland
ISBN-10 9783662071427
Release 2013-04-17
Pages 380
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Evolutionary aesthetics is the attempt to understand the aesthetic judgement of human beings and their spontaneous distinction between "beauty" and "ugliness" as a biologically adapted ability to make important decisions in life. The hypothesis is - both in the area of "natural beauty" and in sexuality, with regard to landscape preferences, but also in the area of "artificial beauty" (i.e. in art and design) - that beauty opens up fitness opportunities, while ugliness holds fitness risks. In this book, this adaptive view of aesthetics is developed theoretically, presented on the basis of numerous examples, and its consequences for evolutionary anthropology are illuminated.



The Monochrome Society

The Monochrome Society Author Amitai Etzioni
ISBN-10 0691114579
Release 2003-01-01
Pages 309
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Amitai Etzioni is one of the most influential social and political thinkers of our day, a man synonymous with the ideas of communitarianism. In this book, Etzioni challenges those who argue that diversity or multiculturalism is about to become the governing American creed. On the surface, America may seem like a fractured mosaic, but the country is in reality far more socially monochromatic and united than most observers have claimed. In the first chapter, Etzioni presents a great deal of evidence that Americans, whites and African Americans, Hispanics and Asian Americans, new immigrants and decedents of the Pilgrims, continue to share the same core of basic American values and aspirations. He goes on to show that we need not merely a civil but also a good society, one that nurtures virtues. He assesses key social institutions that can serve such a society ranging from revived holidays to greater reliance on public shaming. The most effective sources of bonding and of shared ideas about virtue, he insists throughout, come from the community, not from the state. Etzioni also challenges moral relativists who argue that we have no right to "impose" our moral values on other societies. He responds to those who fear that a cohesive community must also be one that is oppressive, authoritarian, and exclusive. And he explores and assesses possible new sources and definitions of community, including computer-mediated communities and stakeholding in corporations. By turns provocative and reassuring, the chapters here cut to the heart of several of our most pressing social and political issues. The book is further evidence of Etzioni's enduring place in contemporary thought.



Grunds tze Der Criminalrechtswissenschaft

Grunds  tze Der Criminalrechtswissenschaft Author Karl Ludwig Wilhelm Von Grolman
ISBN-10 1377195058
Release 2018-02-09
Pages 536
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Restorative Justice in Prisons

Restorative Justice in Prisons Author Kimmett Edgar
ISBN-10 9781906534615
Release 2006-03-01
Pages 134
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This is the best leading edge information and ideas from two of the UK's most respected practitioners and authorties. It is for people who want to make a difference, suggests the tools for this and offering guidance - wholly up to speed with what is happening in UK prisons. Restorative Justice in Prisons is an entirely new and key work that explains how restorative justice can be delivered in the prison setting. This book translates well-rehearsed theories of restorative justice into practical outcomes and into a scenario that is primarily punishment-oriented. It offers a new perspective on the needs of victims in a context where offending may be quite serious. Restorative Justice in Prisons opens the way for largescale expansion in this field. 'This is a wonderfully useful tool for influencing policymakers towards a better system. Meticulously researched and rationally argued throughout, the authors speak direct to government, police and prison service on their own terms, neatly argui



Punishing Juveniles

Punishing Juveniles Author Ido Weijers
ISBN-10 9781847314482
Release 2002-09-06
Pages 224
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The first special juvenile court was created in 1899. Since then,juvenile justice has had a chequered history, and is now more controversial than ever. Should our treatment of young offenders differ in its aims or principles from that of adult offenders? What role should ideas of punishment or retribution play? Should our aims be rehabilitative and educative rather than punitive? Should we divert young offenders from the criminal justice system altogether, opting for 'restorative' rather than 'retributive' justice? These questions are addressed in this inter-disciplinary volume, which brings together criminologists, educationalists, psychologists and philosophers. Part I traces the history of juvenile justice, identifying patterns, and signs of what the future might hold. Part II tackles fundamental normative issues of punishment, moral education and restoration, with particular emphasis on the role of communication. Part III attends to the role that such emotions as shame and guilt should play in juvenile justice, paying particular, and critical, attention to Braithwaite's conception of reintegrative shaming.



Restorative Justice in Context

Restorative Justice in Context Author Elmar G. M. Weitekamp
ISBN-10 9781135999308
Release 2012-12-06
Pages 368
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This book brings together a selection of papers originally presented and discussed at the fourth international restorative justice conference, held at the University of Tübingen. The contributors include many of the leading authorities in the burgeoning field of restorative justice, and they provide a comprehensive review of developing international practice and directions, and the context in which restorative justice practices are developing. Restorative Justice in Context moves beyond a focus on restorative justice for juveniles to a broader concern with the application of restorative justice in such areas as corporate crime, family violence and the application of restorative justice in cases of extreme violent crimes. The contexts examined are drawn from Europe, North America, Australasia and Japan. leading world authorities analyse international case studies reflecting the growth of restorative justice worldwiderapidly expanding area of interest



Social Intervention

Social Intervention Author Klaus Hurrelmann
ISBN-10 9783110850963
Release 1987-01-01
Pages 409
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Social Intervention has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Social Intervention also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Social Intervention book for free.



Restorative Justice

Restorative Justice Author Elmar G. M. Weitekamp
ISBN-10 9781903240724
Release 2002
Pages 350
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Restorative Justice - Theoretical Foundations addresses a wide range of fundamental questions about restorative justice, considering amongst other things ways in which conceptual pitfalls can be avoided, and how traditional models of peacemaking and healing developed in traditional societies can be integrated into the justice systems of late modern societies. Overall it provides an authoritative overview of contemporary thinking about restorative justice and will be essential reading for anybody concerned with the future direction of criminal justice and criminal justice systems.



Remorse

Remorse Author Michael Proeve
ISBN-10 9781317066637
Release 2016-04-08
Pages 264
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Remorse is a powerful, important and yet academically neglected emotion. This book, one of the very few extended examinations of remorse, draws on psychology, law and philosophy to present a unique interdisciplinary study of this intriguing emotion. The psychological chapters examine the fundamental nature of remorse, its interpersonal effects, and its relationship with regret, guilt and shame. A practical focus is also provided in an examination of the place of remorse in psychotherapeutic interventions with criminal offenders. The book's jurisprudential chapters explore the problem of how offender remorse is proved in court and the contentious issues concerning the effect that remorse - and its absence - should have on sentencing criminal offenders. The legal and psychological perspectives are then interwoven in a discussion of the role of remorse in restorative justice. In Remorse: Psychological and Jurisprudential Perspectives, Proeve and Tudor bring together insights of neighbouring disciplines to advance our understanding of remorse. It will be of interest to theoreticians in psychology, law and philosophy, and will be of benefit to practising psychologists and lawyers.



Restorative Justice in Practice

Restorative Justice in Practice Author Joanna Shapland
ISBN-10 9781136652967
Release 2011-07-15
Pages 240
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Restorative justice has made significant progress in recent years and now plays an increasingly important role in and alongside the criminal justice systems of a number of countries in different parts of the world. In many cases, however, successes and failures, strengths and weaknesses have not been evaluated sufficiently systematically and comprehensively, and it has been difficult to gain an accurate picture of its implementation and the lessons to be drawn from this. Restorative Justice in Practice addresses this need, analyzing the results of the implementation of three restorative justice schemes in England and Wales in the largest and most complete trial of restorative justice with adult offenders worldwide. It aims to bring out the practicalities of setting up and running restorative justice schemes in connection with criminal justice, the costs of doing so and the key professional and ethical issues involved. At the same time the book situates these findings within the growing international academic and policy debates about restorative justice, addressing a number of key issues for criminal justice and penology, including: how far victim expectations of justice are and can be met by restorative justice aligned with criminal justice whether ‘community’ is involved in restorative justice for adult offenders and how this relates to social capital how far restorative justice events relate to processes of desistance (giving up crime), promote reductions in reoffending and link to resettlement what stages of criminal justice may be most suitable for restorative justice and how this relates to victim and offender needs the usefulness of conferencing and mediation as forms of restorative justice with adults. Restorative Justice in Practice will be essential reading for both students and practitioners, and a key contribution to the restorative justice debate.



The Expanding Prison

The Expanding Prison Author David Cayley
ISBN-10 0887846033
Release 1998
Pages 405
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"The Expanding Prison is a provocative, cogent argument for prison reform. David Cayley argues that our overpopulated prisons are more reflective of a society that is becoming increasingly polarized than of an actual surge in crime. This book considers proven alternatives to imprisonment that emphasize settlement-oriented techniques over punishment, and move us towards a vision of justice as peace-making rather than one of vengeance."



Debating Restorative Justice

Debating Restorative Justice Author Chris Cunneen
ISBN-10 9781847317339
Release 2010-08-25
Pages 210
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'Debating Law' is a new, exciting series that gives scholarly experts the opportunity to offer contrasting perspectives on significant topics of contemporary, general interest. In this first volume of the series Carolyn Hoyle argues that communities and the state should be more restorative in responding to harms caused by crimes, antisocial behaviour and other incivilities. She supports the exclusive use of restorative justice for many non-serious offences, and favours approaches that, by integrating restorative and retributive philosophies, take restorative practices into the 'deep end' of criminal justice. While acknowledging that restorative justice appears to have much to offer in terms of criminal justice reform, Chris Cunneen offers a different account, contending that the theoretical cogency of restorative ideas is limited by their lack of a coherent analysis of social and political power. He goes on to argue that after several decades of experimentation, restorative justice has not produced significant change in the criminal justice system and that the attempt to establish it as a feasible alternative to dominant practices of criminal justice has failed. This lively and valuable debate will be of great interest to everyone interested in the criminal justice system.



Psychological Survival

Psychological Survival Author Stanley Cohen
ISBN-10 0394719727
Release 1974
Pages 216
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Psychological Survival has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Psychological Survival also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Psychological Survival book for free.



Probation and Social Work on Trial

Probation and Social Work on Trial Author W. Fitzgibbon
ISBN-10 9780230343337
Release 2011-09-13
Pages 200
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This topical book uses the recent Dano Sonnex and Baby Peter cases to analyze the problems facing both probation and child protection under conditions of economic recession and public spending cuts.



Sexual Offending and Restoration

Sexual Offending and Restoration Author Mark Yantzi
ISBN-10 9781606086971
Release 2009-09-01
Pages 252
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Mark Yantzi provides new methods for dealing with the pervasive problem of sexual abuse. He shows caring ways to confront and support those who have offended. He also calls for understanding and compassion toward those victimized by sexual wrongdoing. Yantzi's unique approach is illustrated through case examples and candid dialogue by a group of victims and those who have offended. Readers hear authentic voices and share in the process toward healing. The book honors the words of victims, offenders, their families, and communities.



Restorative Justice

Restorative Justice Author Heather Strang
ISBN-10 9781351965309
Release 2017-09-19
Pages 240
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The astonishing development of restorative justice practice over the past decade has inspired creative new thinking about the philosophy of punishment and principles of justice. Many of the questions raised in this book – such as the relationship between restorative and retributive justice and the values and processes which should guide restorative practice – are the subject of intense debates. With contributions from many of the most distinguished scholars in the field, this book analyzes the gap between philosophy and practice and the need for practice to be more informed by philosophy. This volume is a milestone in the development of those underlying principles which will direct the progress of restorative justice in the future.