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The Aims of Punishment Theoretical, International and Law Comparative Approaches

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The book will focus on various of the most recent streams of thought as to the philosophy of punishment, on international and interdisciplinary criminal law issues and the respective role of criminal sanctions as well as on law comparative issues concerning Cyprus and Greece. The theoretical part will more specifically present vistas relative to the relationship of criminal law and politics, whereas the international/interdisciplinary criminal justice discourse touches upon topics like EU and international criminal law, organized crime, sentencing, correctional policy and transitional justice issues. The comparative part deals with very interesting sectors of applied discourse as to punishment like suspension of imprisonment, life term, penology problems and problems of specific sanctions like confiscation.

Περιεχόμενα

I.
Why and How to Punish?
Criminal Law and Politics
Lindsay Farmer
3The Aims of Punishment and the Aims of the Criminal Law
Felix Herzog
Vindication of Law – The Expressive Signiicance of Punishment
15in Terrorist Cases
Charis Papacharalambous
Penal Populism and the Aims of Punishment. The Emergence
21of Policed Democracy
Frank Saliger
About the Communicative Factor in Newer, Especially Expressive
39Penal Theories – A Few Critical Remarks
Anastasia Chamberlen • Henrique Carvalho
53The Emotional Aims of Punishment
Ioannis Gkountis
The Unwarranted Use of Criminal Law as a Tool for Crisis-Management:
73The Case of Symbolic Criminal Legislation
Artemis Savvidou
The Proportionality Principle as Basic Safeguard Regarding Provision
85and Imposition of Criminal Sanctions
Christos D. Naintos
99Aims of Punishment and Proportionality
II.
Crucial International and Interdisciplinary Fields of Interest:
EU Criminal Law, Organized Crime, Comparative Studies
Athanasia Dionysopoulou
EU Criminal Law in the Post-Lisbon Era – Challenges for National
111Criminal Policy
Athanasios Chouliaras • Marinos Skandamis
The Intensification of the Preventive Rationale in European Criminal
Justice Policies: the Evolution of Dangerousness and its Transformation
121into Risk
Demetra Sorvatzioti
145Why Sentencing Needs a Separate Trial in the Continental System
George Chloupis
Organized Criminal Action and Riskiness. Security and Insecurity.
The Limits Imposed by the Protection of Human Rights and the Extent
to which the Purposes of the Penalty Are Being Served in the Context
167of Counter-Measures
Gorad Meško • Bojan Tičar • Rok Hacin
The Aims of Punishment, Sanctioning and Imprisonment in Slovenia –
185Transitional Criminal Justice Perspectives
III.
Comparative Part (1):
The Cypriot Experience
Andreas Kapardis
Punishing the Traffic Offender in Cyprus:
215Practices, Concerns and Future Directions
Charalambos V. Charalambous
227The suspension of the Sentence of Imprisonment as a Kind of Sentence
III.
Comparative Part (2):
The Greek Experience
Nestor Courakis
241Constraints on Deciding Sentence Severity by the Judges in Greece
Tonia Tzannetaki
The Potentially Perverse Effects of Front- and Back-Door Penal Policies.
249The Greek Example
Elisavet Symeonidou-Kastanidou • Yannis Naziris
277The New System of Penal Sanctions in Greece
305Contributors

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ISBN:978-960-648-149-9

Κωδικός: SKL – 978-960-648-149-9

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