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Kultur der Kontrolle. Verbrechensbekämpfung und soziale Ordnung in der Gegenwart

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David Garland (* 1955) gilt als einer der bedeutendsten Kriminalsoziologen der Gegenwart, dessen Analyse einen grundlegenden Wandel der westlichen Kontrollkultur zu einer Renaissance des Strafens (penal segregation) einerseits und der unter Aktivierung ziviler Akteure angestrebten Prävention (preventive partnership) andererseits aufzeigt. Kennzeichnend für diesen Prozess sind nach Garland die zwölf Indikatoren, die hier abgedruckt sind.

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  1. 1.New YorkUSA

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