Avances teóricos y problemas en la sociología del castigo

Palabras clave: Historia, sociología, castigo, teoría, encarcelamiento masivo, guerra contra las drogas
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Los últimos veinte años han visto un notable incremento en la cantidad y extensión de los estudios sobre «el castigo y la sociedad». Junto con esta expansión cuantitativa, también se han presentado importantes desarrollos cualitativos en materia de investigación, análisis e interpretación, muchos de los cuales pueden considerarse avances científicos. Este artículo especifica una serie de dimensiones en que se han mejorado la teoría, el método y los datos en el campo, y a su vez identifica algunos problemas y desafíos continuos. Se utilizan ejemplos de la literatura sobre el surgimiento del “encarcelamiento masivo” y la naturaleza de la “guerra contra las drogas” para dar cuenta del abanico de recursos teóricos que han desarrollado los académicos en este campo, y para relevar algunas preguntas empíricas y teóricas que quedan por resolver.

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2019-12-02
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Garland, D. (2019). Avances teóricos y problemas en la sociología del castigo. Delito Y Sociedad, 2(48), 9-37. https://doi.org/10.14409/dys.v2i48.8542