by University Extension, [University of Western Australia in [Nedlands, W.A.] .
Written in English
|Statement||Roderic G. Broadhurst.|
|Series||A monograph series / University Extension, Monograph series (University of Western Australia. University Extension)|
|LC Classifications||HV7174.W47 B76 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 182 p. :|
|Number of Pages||182|
|LC Control Number||84107618|
Discussing such issues as public knowledge of crime, sources of crime information, information processing by the public, public attitudes about crime, and the effectiveness of punishment, this book considers the role that public opinion plays in the politics of criminal justice Cited by: Read the full-text online edition of Public Opinion, Crime, and Criminal Justice (). the effectiveness of punishment, and the role that public opinion plays in the politics of criminal justice issues. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or. In introducing their book,Understanding Public Attitudes to Criminal Justice, Roberts and Hough () start with the statement that ‘Public opinion has always played a signiﬁcant role in the administration of criminal justice, and information about public attitudes is clearly important to politicians and criminal justice professionals’.Author: Ian Marsh, Gaynor Melville. Thus public opinion about punishment is multifaceted and complex, necessitating the exploration of many factors to understand g at public attitudes about punishment over time, across culture and societies, and in a variety of ways can help explain why social responses to crime change and why some people or groups of people are more.
Elizabeth K. Brown Constructing the public will: How political actors in New York State construct, assess, and use public opinion in penal policy making, Punishment & Soci no.4 4 (Oct ): – Synopsis. Throughout the western world public opinion has played an important role in shaping criminal justice policy. At the same time opinion polls repeatedly demonstrate that the public knows little about crime and justice, and holds negative views of the criminal justice system. This book, consisting of chapters from leading authorities in the. One of the most influential novels of the nineteenth century, Fyodor Dostoevsky’s Crime and Punishment tells the tragic story of Raskolnikov—a talented former student whose warped philosophical outlook drives him to commit murder. Surprised by his sense of guilt and terrified of the consequences of his actions, Raskolnikov wanders through the slums of pre-revolutionary St. . 1. Public opinion about capital punishment Public awareness of capital punishment People’s awareness about the application of capital punishment Respondents were asked about the current situation regarding capital punishment in Belarus. Most respondents (%) said that capital punishment was allowed and used in Belarus; %.
This article reviews evidence for the effects of public opinion on court decision-making, capital punishment policy and use, correctional expenditures, and incarceration rates. It also assesses evidence about the factors explaining changes over time in public support for punitive crime policies. Most of this evidence originates from outside of our discipline. I identify two reasons that. Get this from a library! Changing attitudes to punishment: public opinion, crime and justice. [Julian V Roberts; J M Hough;] -- Throughout the Western world public opinion plays an important role in shaping criminal justice policy. At the same time opinion polls demonstrate that the public knows little about crime or justice. These edited results of a survey conducted in examine such issues as gun control, capital punishment, and juvenile crime, offering public opinion along with the analyses of a panel of criminologists.” –The Midwest Book Review Readable and carefully edited, Americans View Crime and Justice reports and analyzes results from the recent National Crime and Justice Survey (NCJS), the richest and most wide-ranging investigation of public opinion . CRIME, PUNISHMENT AND PUBLIC OPINION: A SUMMARY OF RECENT STUDIES AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS FOR SENTENCING POLICY Recent studies of public opinion on crime and punishment contain important information concerning sentencing practices.