Penal Policies In Bulgaria And Poland
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Simona Mihaiu: Institute of Sociology, Romanian Academy
Social Sciences and Education Research Review, 2016, vol. 3, issue 2, pages 80-88
The contemporary european studies underline the necessity of adoption of an european model, in order to assure the compliance with the fundamental rights and liberties of people deprived of liberty. But the visions of the model favour one of the two opposite tendencies, which are invariable present in theoretical debates and penal politics: on one hand, the use of the deprive of liberty as a mean to avoid the repetition of an offense and on the other hand, the compliance with the fundamental rights of people deprived of liberty. The article proposes the analysis from a theoretical perspective the European penal politics' impact on the penal politics from Bulgaria and Poland, member states of the European Union. Within this context, it is important to mention the fact that the selection of the two states is underlay on the hypothesis according to which the theoretical and empirical knowledge of the European penal politics' impact on the national penal politics is not developed from the sociological perspective.
Keywords: European model; criminal politics; prisoners' rights. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: O47 O57 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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