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Title: The Social Control of Crime
Authors: Cusson, Maurice
Keywords: Contrôle social
Dissuasion
Stigmatisation
Récidive
Issue Date: 1986
Publisher: Centre international de criminologie comparée
Series/Report no.: Les Cahiers de recherches criminologiques;6
Abstract: By social control, the author refers to all the means specifically used to prevent or limit crime. Social control is felt when, at the moment of violating a law, a person meets social resistance that prevent him\her from acting out or at least makes him hesitate. He constructed a theoretical typology of social control made up of four types, treatment, morality, deterrence, justice, that he systematically examine and, above all, he analyse their impact on delinquency and crime.
URI: https://depot.erudit.org/id/000984dd
Appears in Collections:Cahiers de recherche criminologiques

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