Emotions, Crime and Justice: Exploring Durkheimian Themes
Karstedt, S (2006) Emotions, Crime and Justice: Exploring Durkheimian Themes. In Deflem, M. (ed). (Ed.) Sociological Theory and Criminological Research (Sociology of Crime Law and Deviance, Volume 7). JAI Press (Elsevier) / Emerald Group Publishing Limited , Oxford, pp. 223-248.
The process of ‘emotionalization’ of law and criminal justice has decisively changed criminological perspectives on the role of emotions in crime and justice during the last decade. ‘Reintegrative Shaming’ and Restorative Justice have been influential in re-shaping criminal justice around the globe, and the ‘return of emotions’ into criminological perspectives, theories and research is presently re-configuring notions of the ‘rational offender’ and criminal justice policies based on these. This paper seeks to carve out a distinctly sociological perspective on the link between emotions, crime and justice, and explores its potential through four ‘Durkheimian themes’.
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