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Title:Zaporna kazen med teorijo in prakso : diplomsko delo univerzitetnega študija
Authors:ID Globočnik, Petra (Author)
ID Flander, Benjamin (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Files:.pdf UN_Globocnik_Petra_2015.pdf (2,18 MB)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FVV - Faculty of Criminal Justice and Security
Abstract:Pričujoče delo se loteva proučevanja zaporne kazni v sodobni (post)moderni družbi, po preobratu iz pretežno utilitarnega, na rehabilitacijo usmerjenega obdobja, v neoklasicistično doktrino reda in zakonitosti. Raziskovanje je usmerjeno na proučevanje vzrokov in posledic desetletja trajajoče hegemonije pravičniške doktrine. Diskrepanco med teorijo in prakso ter njene implikacije, ki se v prvi vrsti odražajo v več desetletij trajajoči krizi kaznovalnega sistema, soočimo na primeru Združenih držav Amerike. Negativne implikacije niso skoncentrirane le na ZDA, pač pa se je sistem delovanja, z vsemi svojimi učinki razširil domala po vsem svetu. Iz tega razloga je na drugi strani pozornost namenjena Finski, ki je svoj kazenski sistem, utemeljen prav tako na neoklasicistični doktrini, uspela ne le ohraniti stabilnega, pač pa ga je nadgradila v izjemno blago različico, ki privlači pozornost teoretikov in praktikov iz vsega sveta. Kot sodoben sistem kaznovanja in izvrševanja kazenskih sankcij, se pojavlja kot primer dobre prakse. V okvir sodobnega modela zaporne kazni je umeščena tudi rehabilitacija kot pravica, ki učinkuje zoper klasično kazen, ker nevtralizira škodljive učinke zaporne kazni ter restorativna pravičnost, ki rešuje nekatere zagate modernega kazenskega prava.
Keywords:kaznovanje, zaporna kazen, obsojenci, resocializacija, rehabilitacija, diplomske naloge
Place of publishing:[Ljubljana
Place of performance:[Ljubljana
Publisher:P. Globočnik]
Year of publishing:2015
Year of performance:2015
Number of pages:165 str.
PID:20.500.12556/DKUM-55632 New window
UDC:343.8(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:3539434 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:02FGMKVH
Publication date in DKUM:08.05.2018
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Language:English
Title:Imprisonment - Difference between Theory and Practice
Abstract:The present work discusses prison sentencing in contemporary postmodern society after the reversion from a mainly utilitarian and rehabilitation-oriented approach to a neoclassical doctrine of law and order. This work is focussed on studying the causes and consequences of the decades-long hegemony of the »just deserts« doctrine. In the discrepancy between theory and practice and its implications, which have been reflected in a crisis of the penal system lasting several decades, we are particularly confronted by the case of the USA. However, the negative implications of the system are not concentrated only in the USA but are present with all its effects almost all over the globe. In contrast, our attention is then turned to the case of Finland, which, although has its own penalty system also grounded in the neoclassical doctrine, it has succeeded in not only maintaining a stable system but has evolved a “soft” variation which has attracted the attention of academics, theorists and experts worldwide. As a modern and future-oriented system of punishment and the enforcement of sentences, Finland appears as an example of good practice. In this framework of a contemporary model of imprisonment, is placed the rehabilitation as a right which acts against the effects of classical punishment because neutralises the harmful consequences of imprisonment and restorative justice which solves some of the quandaries of modern criminal law.
Keywords:retribution, law and order doctrine, utilitarianism, penal policy, criminal policy, prison sentence, rehabilitation as a right, restorative justice.


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