Castigo y sociedad: la emergencia de un campo académico

Jonathan Simon, Richard Sparks

Resumen


Este texto es una revisión de literatura que establece la conformación y consolidación de un área de estudio centrada en el castigo. Para ello, Simon y Sparks hacen un recorrido histórico por las aportaciones más influyentes. Primero recogen las aportaciones de los sociólogos clásicos, que mostraban preocupación por el tema. Durante los 60 y 70 aparece un considerable número de estudios de carácter crítico que terminan de organizarse con la obra de Garland. Desde entonces, y ya con una conciencia clara, este tipo de estudios se han expandido y mejorado en sofisticación, especialmente con el empuje recibido por el estudio del encarcelamiento de masas.


Palabras clave


Castigo, desviación, cárcel, control social

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