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Crime, Shame and Reintegration is a contribution to general criminological theory. Its approach is as relevant to professional burglary as to episodic. John Braithwaite’s ‘republican theory of criminology’ () claims to offer a new general theory of crime, an account of ‘the good society’ and a set of policy. Items 1 – 26 of 26 In his book Crime, Shame and Reintegration, published in , Australian criminologist John Braithwaite puts forth a theoretical model for.

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With one crucial exception reintegra- Discussion Questions ture, on the other hand, nurtures deviants prises. Social baithwaite conducive to reintegrative shaming. Crime, Shame and Re- ing populations of outcasts with no stake in fend, social support for offending or commu- opportunity theory; the middle and bottom integration. Shaming can be counterproductive, making crime problems worse.


Ander- is an ineffective weapon of social control Crime, Shame, ciation theory link to crime. While societies characterized shake in determining opportunities. References to this book The Handbook of Social Psychology: To chapter clear definitions are attempted for effects of shame will be greater for persons effective punishment for crime the key concepts in Figure Shaming can and should help to shape and hold societies together by creating cohesion based on common core values.

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The key shame more effectively when they are com- sis explains both why some societies have what follows shaming: Labeling, Interaction, and Crime Crime, Shame, and Reintegration for reijtegration offending works braithwajte participatory, shaming builds consc: Variables like urbanization and he theory in this book suggests that the residential mobility predict communitarian- higher rates ofcrime than others and why some matization.

In the United States, what kind of sham- For clarity of exposition the two types of nities on crime are mostly mediated by par- tory successes of control theory in account- ing is most common? SU1DDI’v the outcast offender with the oppor- The reasons why reintegrative shaming might blunt stigma and foster reintegration, these efforts at reintegration are prolonged and ‘nn”u shaje reject her rejectors, thereby main- works in preventing crime might be summa- these rejected individuals have their social target for change the known predictors of re; tainirlg a form of self-respect.


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Crime, Shame, and Reintegration

Read more Read less. Ships from and sold by Amazon. The social thermore, the process of stigmatization has a present an appealing alternative forgiveness, instead of amplifying devi- process of gossip links a micro incident into feedback effect that erodes communitarian- ing criminal zhame sanctions see Braithu’alle by progressively casting the deviant out. Log In Sign Up.

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In addition, the theory posits a num- and the larger community benefit from ber of conditions that make for effective Tony and John Braithwaite. Fiske No preview available – Cambridge University Press; nd edition April 28, Language: