Criminology. An italian perspective.pdf

Criminology. An italian perspective PDF

Gianvittorio Pisapia

This book is intended for those already working in criminology and those who intend taking up the profession and presents criminology as it has developed in Italy. The author also offers an original view on the discipline, defining new categories of analysis and working guidelines.ContentsIntroduction1. Professional opportunities in Italy2. Criminology: ethics and deontology3. Under the sign of anthropology4. The contradictions of an eclectic discipline5. Clinical Criminology6. Beyond clinical criminology7. The normative questionConclusionBibliographyGlossary of termsAbout the authorGianvittorio Pisapia is associate professor of Criminology, Sociology of deviance and Criminology and Criminal Justice Policy at the University of Padova, School of Psychology and Department of Philosophy, Sociology, Education and Applied Psychology (FISPPA).His publications include: Contributo ad un’analisi socio-criminologica della devianza (1978)

The Italian school of criminology was founded at the end of the 19th century by Cesare Lombroso (1835–1909) and two of his Italian disciples, Enrico Ferri ... 5The impact of the Italian School of criminology in Liberal and fascist Italy is ... Concepts fondamentaux de la didactique : perspectives apportées par une ...

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