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Title:Pogledi na kaznovanje : primerjava študentov varstvoslovja v dveh časovnih obdobjih
Authors:ID Mirt, Domen (Author)
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Files:.pdf MAG_Mirt_Domen_2022.pdf (1,34 MB)
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PID: 20.500.12556/dkum/845e31ac-a3ff-4e6f-80c6-5fdcbd05c5bb
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FVV - Faculty of Criminal Justice and Security
Abstract:Magistrska naloga se osredotoča na poglede na kaznovanje pri študentih Fakultete za varnostne vede Univerze v Mariboru. Gre za morebitne bodoče praktike v kazenskem pravosodju, ki lahko v prihodnosti krojijo kaznovalno politiko države. Fokus študije je bil preučiti, ali se pogledi na kaznovanje študentov v času spreminjajo, natančneje v zadnjih devetih letih. Za izvedbo je bil uporabljen del istega vprašalnika, ki je bil uporabljen v prvotni študiji o pogledih mladih na kaznovanje. Podatki so bili zbrani s pomočjo spletne ankete, ki je bila sestavljena iz 83 postavk, razdeljenih na šest sklopov. Pridobljeni podatki so bili analizirani s statističnimi analizami. V vzorec so bili zajeti študentje Fakultete za varnostne vede, ki so izpolnili spletno anketo (201 študent). Od tega je anketo izpolnilo 58 moških in 143 žensk, katerih povprečna starost je bila 22,4 let. Izmed vseh anketiranih študentov jih je 124 obiskovalo dodiplomske programe in 77 magistrski program. Rezultati statističnih analiz so pokazali, da študentje najbolj podpirajo retribucijo (povračilo za storjeno kaznivo dejanje), nato restitucijo (povrnitev škode) in nazadnje alternativne sankcije. Razlike med pogledi študentov na kaznovanje so bile zaznane glede na spol, raven študija in predhodno viktimizacijo. Študentke izražajo večjo podporo alternativnim sankcijam kot študenti; študenti podiplomskega študija so bolj naklonjeni strožjemu kaznovanju kot študenti podiplomskega študija. Predhodno viktimizirani študenti izražajo večjo podporo restituciji. V splošnem več kot polovica študentov ne zagovarja smrtne kazni. Ugotovitve so pokazale, da predhodna viktimizacija vpliva na nekatera stališča do smrtne kazni. Primerjava naše študije s študijo iz leta 2011 je pokazala, da je prišlo do pomembnih razlik v pogledih študentov na kaznovanje.
Keywords:magistrska dela, kaznovanje, študenti, varstvoslovje, pogledi, študije
Place of publishing:Ljubljana
Place of performance:Ljubljana
Publisher:[D. Mirt]
Year of publishing:2022
Year of performance:2022
Number of pages:VI, 68 str.
PID:20.500.12556/DKUM-81620 New window
UDC:316.644:343.8(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:110768899 New window
Publication date in DKUM:07.06.2022
Views:495
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Licensing start date:27.04.2022

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Language:English
Title:Attitudes towards punishment: comparison of students of criminal justice and security in two time periods : magistrsko delo
Abstract:The master’s thesis focuses on the views of students of criminal justice and security from the Faculty of Criminal Justice and Security, the University of Maribor. These students are possible future practitioners in criminal justice who may shape national future penal policy. The focus of the study was to examine whether students’ views on punishment have changed over time, more specifically for the past nine years. Part of the same questionnaire from the original study on young people’s views on punishment was used to implement the study. The data were collected through an online survey consisting of 83 items divided into six sets. The obtained data were analyzed by statistical analyses. The sample consisted of students of the Faculty of Criminal Justice and Security who completed an online survey (201 students). The survey was completed by 58 men and 143 women whose average age was 22.4 years. Of all the surveyed students, 124 attended undergraduate programs and 77 master’s programs. The statistical analyses showed that students are most supportive of retribution (retribution for a crime committed) followed by restitution (compensation for damages) and alternative sanctions. Differences between students’ views on punishment were identified regarding gender, level of study, and prior victimization. Female students were more supportive of alternative sanctions than male students. Undergraduate students were more prone to harsher punishment than postgraduate students. Previously victimized students were more supportive of restitution. In general, more than half of students have not advocated the death penalty. The findings showed that prior victimization affects some attitudes toward the death penalty. A comparison of our study with the 2011 study showed significant differences in students' views on punishment.
Keywords:punishment, students, criminal justice and security, attitudes, studies


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