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by Nils Christie

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ISBN:
8200029166
Author:
Nils Christie
Category:
Foreign Language Study & Reference
Language:
English
Publisher:
Oxford University Press (January 18, 1990)
Pages:
116 pages
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1743 kb
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1668 kb
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1859 kb
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Beyond loneliness and institution. Beyond loneliness and institution. Nils Christie, one of the leading criminologists of his era, argues that crime control, rather than crime itself is the real danger for our future. In this book, Nils Christie argues that crime is a fluid and shallow concept - acts that could be construed as criminal are unlimited and crime is therefore in endless supply. It should not be forgotten that there are alternatives, both in the definition of crime, and in responses to it.

Nils Christie was born in 1928. Download more by: Nils Christie. Find and Load Ebook Beyond Loneliness and Institutions.

Nils Christie (24 February 1928 – 27 May 2015) was a Norwegian sociologist and criminologist. He was a professor of criminology at the Faculty of Law, University of Oslo from 1966. His work Fangevoktere i konsentrasjonsleire (Prison Guards in Concentration Camps, 1952) was selected for the Norwegian Sociology Canon in 2009–2011

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Beyond Loneliness and Institutions: Communes for Extraordinary People (1989) about an intentional community for people with different physical and mental abilities

Beyond Loneliness and Institutions: Communes for Extraordinary People (1989) about an intentional community for people with different physical and mental abilities There was absolutely NO drugs in evidence nor were there any corroborated statements from anyone except the one previously convicted drug dealer. I was induced to plead guilty to this charge lest my very ill wife be charged similarly and, to quote the . Attorney, be allowed to die in prison. Not nearly the only, or the worst of such cases but horrible beyond all reason.

Beyond Loneliness and Institutions: Communes for Extraordinary People. Conflicts as Property. British Journal of Criminology 17(1): 1–26. Oslo: Wipf & Stock Publishers. Beyond Loneliness and Institutions: Communes for Extraordinary People. Oslo: Norwegian University Press.

From the perspective of five Norwegian communal experiments, this book addresses how modern society deals with people who are mentally handicapped. The author examines life in the villages, primarily in Vidarasen, where he lived and worked for the last twenty years. Illustrating day to day living, work, cultural activities, and the organizational structure of these villages, the author provides a powerful contribution to the debate on the treatment of the mentally handicapped.