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Crime and social control in a changing China

Crime and social control in a changing China

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Published by Greenwood Press in Westport, CT, London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Crime -- China.,
  • Criminology -- China.,
  • Criminal justice, Administration of -- China.,
  • Social change -- China.,
  • Social control -- China.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Other titlesDa bian ge shi qi Zhongguo she hui de fan zui yu she hui kong zhi
    Statementedited by Jianhong Liu, Lening Zhang, and Steven F. Messner.
    SeriesContributions in criminology and penology -- no. 53
    ContributionsLiu, Jianhong, 1954-, Zhang, Lening, 1956-, Messner, Steven F., 1951-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV7118.5 .C75 2001
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 197 p. :
    Number of Pages197
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22426756M
    ISBN 10031331652X
    LC Control Number00069514

    Crime is a matter of interpretation, especially in the Middle Ages, when societies faced with new ideas and pressures were continually forced to rethink what a crime was-and what was a crime. These essays reveal how various forces in medieval society interacted and competed in interpreting and influencing mechanisms for social control. His other books include PERSPECTIVES ON CRIME AND DEVIANCE, (with Allen E. Liska), THEORETICAL INTEGRATION IN THE STUDY OF DEVIANCE AND CRIME, (with Marvin D. Krohn and Allen E. Liska), and CRIME AND SOCIAL CONTROL IN A CHANGING CHINA (with Jianhong Liu and Lening Zhang). Dr.

    - Recall definitions of sanctions - Define crime - Define social control - Classify crimes - Apply theories of crime and social control to social phenomena. Terms in this set (28) sanctions. formal, informal, positive, and negative efforts applied to control deviance and also crime. Crime long has been a silent partner in China's march to modernization, leading the regime to make law and order as central a priority as economic growth and the promise of prosperity. This groundbreaking study offers the first comprehensive and up-to-date analysis of Chinese crime, policing, and punishment. A multidisciplinary group of leading scholars draw on a rich body of empirical data.

      They turn to crime not in spite of overarching state control, but because of it. The essays are mostly written by Bakken’s former students of the HKU social science programme in criminology. Much of Asia, especially China and Japan, also had estate systems. For centuries, China’s large population lived as peasants in abject conditions and frequently engaged in peasant uprisings. These escalated starting in the s after the Chinese government raised taxes and charged peasants higher rents for the land on which they worked.


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The essays focus on crime in China and summarize the major structural changes in Chinese society and their effects on crime and justice over the last ten to fifteen years, offer an overview of Chinese perspectives on crime, examine socio-economic changes and their impact on social control, and discuss changes in adults' and children's courts Format: Hardcover.

Presenting articles by both Chinese and American scholars, this edited volume promotes a more accurate and in-depth understanding of crime and social control in China. The editors contend that as the economic system has been transformed, many other social institutions in China have also experienced unprecedented changes.

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[Steven F Messner; Jianhong F Liu; Lening Zhang] -- Annotation This important edited collection of articles by both Chinese and American scholars attempts to promote a more accurate and in-depth understanding of crime and social control in China, as. The anthology Crime, Justice, and Social Control explores formal and informal dimensions of social control and demonstrates that law and the criminal justice system are set within the wider context of social control.

Combining theory with key policy issues and offering a wealth of current articles and research, the text addresses the challenges facing criminal justice practitioners Format: Paperback.

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The absorption effect of crime segues into the third, and perhaps most powerful, way in which crime operates as social control. That is by driving poor and working-class people into the arms of the state -- a state that through most of its policies cooperates with capital to exploit and marginalize the majority.

A second function of deviance is that it strengthens social bonds among the people reacting to the deviant.

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According to Bartol & Bartol, Social Control Theory, “contends that crime and delinquency occur when an individual’s ties to the conventional order or normative standards are weak or largely.

Crime - Crime - Crime and social policy: Crime is a feature of all societies at all times. Nevertheless, certain trends and patterns appear consistently at different times and places. In general, traditional societies—i.e., rural and agricultural societies that lack significant economic development—tend to have more violent crime and less property crime than economically developed societies.

A look at the decline of the American and British crime-and-punishment paradigms of the midth century and the replacement of what Garland calls a "penal-welfarist" model emphasising rehabilitation, the social roots of crime, and the re-integration of ex-offenders into society by a model that emphasises imprisonment ("incapacitation") and an exclusionary model of social control that keeps 4/5.

Introduction – Impact of market transition: Changing crime and social control in China. In J. Liu, L. Zhang, & S. Messner (Eds.), Crime and social control in a changing China. Westport: Greenwood Publishing Group : Jianhong Liu, Setsuo Miyazawa.

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