SOC316H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Penology, Welfarism, Moral Panic

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From Penal Welfarism to Culture of Control
Penal ideology
Different modes of regulation, diff way to manage and prevent crime
Refer to social, historical, political shift, changes
Shift within the CJS, from punishment and rehabilitating individual to managing
dangerous group
Rehabilitation & social context
Old penology/ penal welfare: progressive, approach to crime, prevention and
punishment focused on rehabilitations
Crime & deviance as a response to underlying need
Social malformation, what went wrong
Doc looked at mental disorder. Look at poverty, abuse. Try to figure out What made
someone do this
Punishment was based on individual understandings of crime
Sanction was focused on individual and focus on particular context
Experts Used clinical method to understand why someone committed a crime
Give Intervention to response to these underlying needs
No mandatory minimum
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Time of rehabiltion, individual, moral copability, focus on social causese of crime
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School, boarding
Regime of exercise, dorm, lesson, house system, brutal, constructive.
Idea that instill self-discipline. Sense of pride and turn their back on crime
lear, far, trades …
Needed fresh air and sunshine
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Most of work done by themselves, and given 6 hour of edu a day
different treatment of gender, segregated by race
A lot of abuse, experiments, especially black, brutal condition
culture of control
A social, historical, political, cultural shift
Penal ideology/welfare became more conservative
Response to the Crisis in the welfare state
Society has more program in place to help citizen like welfare, EI
Neoliberalism conservative and individual focused
Changes in social and economic
Defined itself in Opposition to the social and cultural ideals of the past
System management
Movement away from rehabiltion to system of management, more punitive and harsh
punishment
Small group commits most crimes (majority)
Belief that aagig, arehousig or seletiel iapaitatig this peraetl high-risk
group that society could regulate levels of crime in broader society.
prison became site of punishment rather than treatment
No sense of treating them bc they wont change and need to deal with this problem
New liberal, self responsibilition, from society to individual. Not where society went
wrong but more the individual
Neoliberalism is idea that govt become conservative and made individual more
responsible for their own action
new penology
Main shift are
Probability and risk
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Different modes of regulation, diff way to manage and prevent crime. Refer to social, historical, political shift, changes. Shift within the cjs, from punishment and rehabilitating individual to managing dangerous group. Old penology/ penal welfare: progressive, approach to crime, prevention and punishment focused on rehabilitations. Crime & deviance as a response to underlying need. Try to figure out what made someone do this. Punishment was based on individual understandings of crime. Sanction was focused on individual and focus on particular context. Experts used clinical method to understand why someone committed a crime. Give intervention to response to these underlying needs. Time of rehabiltion, individual, moral copability, focus on social causese of crime picture. Regime of exercise, dorm, lesson, house system, brutal, constructive. Sense of pride and turn their back on crime lear(cid:374), far(cid:373), trades . Most of work done by themselves, and given 6 hour of edu a day different treatment of gender, segregated by race.

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