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Sentencing and Society [electronic resource] : International Perspectives
Sentencing and Society [electronic resource] : International Perspectives
Creatore [Tata, Cyrus]
Estensione 1 online resource (631 p.)
Disciplina 345.077201
Accesso persona Hutton, Neil
Genere/Forma Electronic books
ISBN 9781351901093
1351901095
9781351901109
1351901109
0754621839
9780754621836
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Record Nr. NYU-005801494
[Tata, Cyrus]  
Materiale a stampa
Lo trovi qui: New York University
Sentencing : a social process : re-thinking research and policy / Cyrus Tata
Sentencing : a social process : re-thinking research and policy / Cyrus Tata
Creatore [Tata, Cyrus]
Estensione 1 online resource (187 pages)
Disciplina 345/.0772
ISBN 9783030010607
3030010600
9783030010591
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Record Nr. UALBERTA-8977621
[Tata, Cyrus]  
Materiale a stampa
Lo trovi qui: University of Alberta / NEOS Library Consortium
Sentencing [electronic resource] : a social process : re-thinking research and policy / Cyrus Tata
Sentencing [electronic resource] : a social process : re-thinking research and policy / Cyrus Tata
Creatore [Tata, Cyrus]
Estensione 1 online resource (187 p.).
Disciplina 345/.0772
Genere/Forma Electronic books
ISBN 9783030010607
3030010600
9783030010591
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Intro -- Preface and Acknowledgements -- Praise for Sentencing: A Social Process -- Contents -- List of Tables -- 1 Sentencing Decision-Making: Unravelling the Enigma -- 1 Why Rethink Sentencing Research and Policy? -- 1.1 An Enduring Enigma -- 2 Sentencing as a Social Process: Three Key Qualities -- 2.1 Sentencing Decision-Making Is Neither Magic Nor Machine, but Interpretive -- 2.2 Sentencing Is Processual -- 2.3 Sentencing Is Performative -- 3 The Structure of the Book -- References -- 2 Sentencing Research and Policy: Presumed Autonomous Individualism
1 Two Giants of Sentencing Thought in Combat -- 1.1 The Legal-Rational Tradition -- Juridification -- Transparency -- 1.2 The Judicial-Defensive Tradition -- How the New Penology-Inspired Literature Fortifies the Judicial-Defensive Tradition -- 1.3 The Two Traditions Share the Same Assumptions -- 2 Autonomous Individualism and the Sentencing Cosmos -- 2.1 Separate Autonomous Individual Entities -- 3 Law Versus Discretion: Are Legal Rules and Discretion Really Opposites? -- 3.1 Coercion Versus Freedom: The Autonomous Individual Judge? -- An Asocial Conception of Freedom and Coercion
The Self-Possessed Individual -- Discretion as the Personal Property of the Autonomous Individual Judge -- Gender and the Rule-Discretion Binary -- 4 Case Factors: Autonomous Individual Entities? -- 4.1 The Analysis of 'Factors' -- 4.2 Problematising 'Factors' -- 5 Conclusions and Implications -- References -- 3 The Social Production of Sentencing -- 1 How the Discretion-Versus-Rules Binary Dissolves -- 2 The Indivisibility of 'Rules' and 'Facts' -- 2.1 The Devil Is in 'the Facts' -- Case 'Facts' and the Making of Cases -- 2.2 The Devil Is in the Rule-Facts Dialogue
2.3 What Does 'Process' Mean in Sentencing Decision-Making? -- Who Does Sentencing Work? -- 2.4 Multi-conviction Cases -- The Need for Typified Whole Offence Approach -- 2.5 Offender Characteristics -- Offence Versus Offender? -- 3 How Reason-Giving and Accountability Are Socially Produced -- 4 Conclusions and Implications -- References -- 4 The Work of the Sentencing Professions: Animating Autonomous Individualism -- 1 Constituting the Rules-Facts Dialogue: The Role of the Sentencing Professions -- 1.1 Understanding Professional Work: The Problem of Apprehension -- 2 Conceptions of Professions
2.1 The Trait Model -- 2.2 The Proprietorial-Control Model -- The Application of Abstract Knowledge and Professional Ownership -- Professional Ethics and Client Choice -- 3 The Individualising Work of the Sentencing Professions -- 3.1 Autonomous Individualisation in the Discourse of Professional Responsibility -- 3.2 The Autonomous Individualisation of the Subject of Sentencing -- 4 Conclusions -- References -- 5 The Humanising Work of the Sentencing Professions: Individualising and Normalising -- 1 Professional Boundaries -- 1.1 Inter-professional Competition and the Division of Sentencing Work
Record Nr. NYU-007075909
[Tata, Cyrus]  
Materiale a stampa
Lo trovi qui: New York University
Sentencing : a social process : re-thinking research and policy / Cyrus Tata
Sentencing : a social process : re-thinking research and policy / Cyrus Tata
Creatore [Tata, Cyrus, author]
Estensione xiii, 177 pages ; 22 cm.
Disciplina 345/.0772
ISBN 9783030010591
3030010597
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Sentencing decision-making : unravelling the enigma -- Sentencing research and policy : presumed autonomous individualism -- The social production of sentencing -- The work of the sentencing professions : animating autonomous individualism -- The humanising work of the sentencing professions : individualising and normalising -- The rise of technology and the demise of the sentencing professions? -- New directions for research and policy.
Record Nr. UPENN-9977670893503681
[Tata, Cyrus, author]  
Materiale a stampa
Lo trovi qui: University of Pennsylvania
Sentencing : a social process : re-thinking research and policy / Cyrus Tata
Sentencing : a social process : re-thinking research and policy / Cyrus Tata
Creatore [Tata, Cyrus]
Estensione 1 online resource (187 pages)
Disciplina 345/.0772
Genere/Forma Electronic books
ISBN 9783030010607
3030010600
9783030010591
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Intro -- Preface and Acknowledgements -- Praise for Sentencing: A Social Process -- Contents -- List of Tables -- 1 Sentencing Decision-Making: Unravelling the Enigma -- 1 Why Rethink Sentencing Research and Policy? -- 1.1 An Enduring Enigma -- 2 Sentencing as a Social Process: Three Key Qualities -- 2.1 Sentencing Decision-Making Is Neither Magic Nor Machine, but Interpretive -- 2.2 Sentencing Is Processual -- 2.3 Sentencing Is Performative -- 3 The Structure of the Book -- References -- 2 Sentencing Research and Policy: Presumed Autonomous Individualism
1 Two Giants of Sentencing Thought in Combat -- 1.1 The Legal-Rational Tradition -- Juridification -- Transparency -- 1.2 The Judicial-Defensive Tradition -- How the New Penology-Inspired Literature Fortifies the Judicial-Defensive Tradition -- 1.3 The Two Traditions Share the Same Assumptions -- 2 Autonomous Individualism and the Sentencing Cosmos -- 2.1 Separate Autonomous Individual Entities -- 3 Law Versus Discretion: Are Legal Rules and Discretion Really Opposites? -- 3.1 Coercion Versus Freedom: The Autonomous Individual Judge? -- An Asocial Conception of Freedom and Coercion
The Self-Possessed Individual -- Discretion as the Personal Property of the Autonomous Individual Judge -- Gender and the Rule-Discretion Binary -- 4 Case Factors: Autonomous Individual Entities? -- 4.1 The Analysis of 'Factors' -- 4.2 Problematising 'Factors' -- 5 Conclusions and Implications -- References -- 3 The Social Production of Sentencing -- 1 How the Discretion-Versus-Rules Binary Dissolves -- 2 The Indivisibility of 'Rules' and 'Facts' -- 2.1 The Devil Is in 'the Facts' -- Case 'Facts' and the Making of Cases -- 2.2 The Devil Is in the Rule-Facts Dialogue
2.3 What Does 'Process' Mean in Sentencing Decision-Making? -- Who Does Sentencing Work? -- 2.4 Multi-conviction Cases -- The Need for Typified Whole Offence Approach -- 2.5 Offender Characteristics -- Offence Versus Offender? -- 3 How Reason-Giving and Accountability Are Socially Produced -- 4 Conclusions and Implications -- References -- 4 The Work of the Sentencing Professions: Animating Autonomous Individualism -- 1 Constituting the Rules-Facts Dialogue: The Role of the Sentencing Professions -- 1.1 Understanding Professional Work: The Problem of Apprehension -- 2 Conceptions of Professions
2.1 The Trait Model -- 2.2 The Proprietorial-Control Model -- The Application of Abstract Knowledge and Professional Ownership -- Professional Ethics and Client Choice -- 3 The Individualising Work of the Sentencing Professions -- 3.1 Autonomous Individualisation in the Discourse of Professional Responsibility -- 3.2 The Autonomous Individualisation of the Subject of Sentencing -- 4 Conclusions -- References -- 5 The Humanising Work of the Sentencing Professions: Individualising and Normalising -- 1 Professional Boundaries -- 1.1 Inter-professional Competition and the Division of Sentencing Work
Record Nr. NYU-007083549
[Tata, Cyrus]  
Materiale a stampa
Lo trovi qui: New York University
Sentencing : a social process : re-thinking research and policy / Cyrus Tata
Sentencing : a social process : re-thinking research and policy / Cyrus Tata
Creatore [Tata, Cyrus, author]
Estensione xiii, 177 pages ; 22 cm.
Disciplina 345/.0772
ISBN 9783030010591
3030010597
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Record Nr. DUKE-009672400
[Tata, Cyrus, author]  
Materiale a stampa
Lo trovi qui: Duke University
Sentencing : a social process : re-thinking research and policy / Cyrus Tata
Sentencing : a social process : re-thinking research and policy / Cyrus Tata
Creatore [Tata, Cyrus, author]
Estensione xiii, 177 pages ; 22 cm
Disciplina 345/.0772
ISBN 9783030010591
3030010597
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Sentencing decision-making : unravelling the enigma -- Sentencing research and policy : presumed autonomous individualism -- The social production of sentencing -- The work of the sentencing professions : animating autonomous individualism -- The humanising work of the sentencing professions : individualising and normalising -- The rise of technology and the demise of the sentencing professions? -- New directions for research and policy
Record Nr. STANFORD-a13500972
[Tata, Cyrus, author]  
Materiale a stampa
Lo trovi qui: Stanford University