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Author de Jong, Ferry
Title Overarching Views of Crime and Deviancy : Rethinking the Legacy of the Utrecht School
Imprint Portland : Eleven International Publishing, 2015
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Note Cover -- Title page -- Contents -- Prologue -- 1 On this volume and the occasion of its publication -- 2 Introductory notes on the chapters in this volume -- 3 Some methodological notes and words of thanks -- Part I: Historical Relections on Criminal Law Scholarship, Forensic Psychiatry, and Criminology -- Chapter 1 Overarching Thought: Criminal Law Scholarship in Utrecht -- 1 Preliminary notes -- 2 Chronological characterization: a history of the Institute -- 3 Thematic characterization: three constants in criminal law scholarshipin Utrecht -- 4 Concluding observations -- Chapter 2 The Boost of Forensic Psychiatry Embedded in Utrecht Cooperation -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Post-war expansion of forensic psychiatry -- 3 Connections between the university and the Observation Hospital -- 4 Research -- 5 Teaching forensic psychiatry -- 6 Developments -- Chapter 3 Criminology at the Willem Pompe Institute of Utrecht University: The First Fifty Years -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Criminography -- 3 Crime and religion (1938) -- 4 Criminal families in Utrecht (1940) -- 5 Female criminality (1940) -- 6 Dutch villages with a bad reputation -- 7 Rural-urban differentials in crime -- 8 Social deviance and crime among immigrants in Amsterdam -- 9 Crime under foreign occupation -- 10 Teaching during the second criminology period at the Willem PompeInstitute: 1967-1988 -- Chapter 4 Cultural Criminology Utrecht Style -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The cultural criminological roots -- 3 Cultural criminology in the polder -- 4 Criminology in Utrecht -- 5 Current criminological research at Utrecht -- 6 Future challenges -- Photographic Intermezzo -- Part II: Contemporary Issues in General Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure -- Chapter 5 Law Like Love -- 1 The Utrecht School -- 2 The power of law -- 3 The ethics of conlict -- 4 Changing perspective(s) on mens rea -- 5 The rule of law
6 Law is the law -- Chapter 6 The 'Victim Paradigm' in (International)Criminal Justice -- 1 Introduction: a missed chance -- 2 Aspects of justice and criminal law -- 3 Victims, justice and international criminal law -- 4 Victims in the context of domestic criminal justice -- 5 Conclusions -- Chapter 7 'I Take You as my Lawfully Wedded Wife' Comparison and observations with regard to the penalization of forced marriages -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Framing forced marriages as a social problem -- 3 The European standard -- 4 The Dutch legal discourse -- 5 The English legal discourse -- 6 The Dutch and English law in action -- 7 Some comparative observations -- 8 Conclusion -- Chapter 8 The Tolerance of Intolerance An evaluation of the scope of Articles 137c and 137d of the Dutch Criminal Code -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Article 10 ECHR: general framework -- 3 The two provisions in a nutshell -- 4 The case law discussed -- 5 Conclusion -- Chapter 9 Changing Ideas on Corporate Criminal Liability A comparison between the Netherlands and England and Wales -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The historical development of corporate liability in Dutch criminal law -- 3 The Dutch concept: a general provision on corporate criminal liability -- 4 Developments in English criminal law: vicarious liability and the identiication principle -- 5 Recent developments: The Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act and (2007) the Bribery Act (2010) -- 6 Corporate criminal liability: towards a new method of attribution -- 7 Conclusion -- Chapter 10 Corporate Intent: In Search of a Theoretical Foundation for Corporate Mens Rea -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Why business ethics as a frame of reference? -- 3 Two models of corporate criminal liability -- 4 Corporate criminal liability and intent in Dutch criminal law -- 5 Intentionality from an ethical perspective: function and meaning
6 Analysis and conclusions: signiicance for criminal law? -- Chapter 11 The Role of Financial Capacity in Dutch Coniscation Law: Changes in Legislation andan Alternative Approach -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Dutch coniscation law -- 3 The role of inancial capacity -- 4 Implications for the legal position of the convicted person -- 5 The role of future inancial capacity: an alternative approach in light of a rehabilitative perspective -- 6 Conclusion -- Part III: Contemporary Issues in Regulatory Criminal Law, European Criminal Law, Juvenile Criminal Law, and Penitentiary Law -- Chapter 12 Criminal Law Enforcement of EU Harmonised Financial Policies: The Need for a Shared Criminal Policy -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Enforcing inancial regulations: the law in action -- 3 An EU-orientated criminal justice policy in the Netherlands? -- 4 An EU criminal justice policy? -- 5 Conclusions -- Chapter 13 Juvenile Justice and Juvenile Crime: The Tradition and Topicality of an Interdisciplinary Approach -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Juvenile justice research in 80 years of the Willem Pompe Institute -- 3 Current research -- 4 Conclusion -- Chapter 14 The Development of Rechtsburgerschap of Prisoners: A National and European Perspective -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The development of rechtsburgerschap in the Netherlands -- 3 The development of rechtsburgerschap: a European perspective -- 4 Concluding remarks -- Chapter 15 Collateral Consequences and the Principle of Proportional Punishment -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Collateral consequences -- 3 Recent developments: four examples from practice -- 4 The Utrecht School and the notion of proportional punishment -- 5 The role of the criminal court judge -- 6 Discussion -- Part IV: Contemporary Issues in Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology -- Chapter 16 On (Free) Will -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The phenomenology of will and of the freedom of will
3 The psychopathology of will -- 4 Some views of will and freedom of will -- 5 A combined theory -- 6 The meaning of interiority in criminal law -- Chapter 17 Two Faces of Accountability: A Forensic Mental Health Perspective -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Format of the discussions -- 3 First case: Bram -- 4 Second case: Willem -- 5 Conclusion -- Chapter 18 Explaining Arson: A Cross-Border Theoretical Approach -- 1 Introduction -- 2 A criminological approach: routine-activities theory -- 3 A psychological approach: single-factor explanations -- 4 A psychological approach: multi-factor explanations -- 5 A psychopathological approach: disordered offenders -- 6 Conclusions -- Part V: Contemporary Issues in Criminology -- Chapter 19 The Label 'Multi-Problem Family': Still a Leading Concept for Future Policy Directives? -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Multi-problem families in the Netherlands -- 3 Historical and political context of the label multi-problem family -- 4 Multi-problem family: the literature and policy documents -- 5 International critique of the term 'multi-problem family' -- 6 Conclusion and discussion -- Chapter 20 In the Wake of War: A Cultural Criminological Perspective on the Growth of the Sex Industry in Kosovo -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The cultural criminological perspective -- 3 Meaning of post-war prostitution in Kosovo -- 4 Obscured causes for the growth of the Kosovar sex industry -- 5 Effects of a one-sided representation -- 6 Concluding remarks -- Chapter 21 Mobility Rules. Migrants and Drifters FareWell (?) in Post-Welfare Europe -- 1 Amuse-gueules -- 2 Apéritive: mobility rules -- 3 Entrée: security and the representation of (un)deserving 'denizens' -- 4 Hors d'oeuvres: social sorting in the late modern bureaucratic field -- 5 Plat de résistance: innovative strategies to fare well ... and theirunintended (?) consequences
6 Digestive: to see or not to see ... Conclusion and discussion -- Chapter 22 Cultural Criminology and the Internet: Challenges for Online Criminological Research -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Cultural criminology at the WPI -- 3 Illegal markets and the internet -- 4 Cultural criminology and the internet -- 5 Online market for illicit pharmaceuticals -- 6 Methodological challenges in the virtual world -- 7 Conclusion -- Chapter 23 Towards Moral Principles Regarding Non-Human Animals: A Green Criminological Perspective -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The emergence of green criminology -- 3 Moral principles and the human and non-human animaell artionship -- 4 Trade in, exhibition and keeping of exotic non-human animals -- 5 Industrialization of non-human animals for food -- 6 Conlicting human interests, species justice and increasing moralprinciples -- 7 The 'other' victims -- 8 The future and green criminology -- Postscript -- 1 Introduction: from risks to crises -- 2 Dazzling modern complexities -- 3 Conceptual borders: responsibility and dehumanizing tendencies -- 4 Geographical borders: globalization and Europeanization -- 5 Scientiic borders: multidisciplinarity and interdisciplinarity -- 6 Conclusion: from slavery to bravery -- About the Authors and Editors
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