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Karagiannidis CRIMINO-LOGICALS 16
Series on Study and Researches in Criminology,
Crime Policy and Criminal Justice

Edition: Laboratory of Criminological Sciences
Faculty of Law - Democritus University of Thrace
Directed by: Yannis Panoussis


Charalampos M. Karagiannidis
MA in Criminology, Middlesex University

ANT. N. SAKKOULAS PUBLISHERS
ATHENS - KOMOTINI 2001


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Charalampos M. Karagiannidis

Abolitionism
Building an Avant-Garde Criminological Antitheory

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ABOLITIONISM
Building an Avant-Garde Criminological Antitheory

«Maybe we should not have any criminology.
Maybe we should rather abolish institutes, not open them.
Maybe the social consequences of criminology
are more dubious than we like to think.
I think they are».

Nils Christie, 1977




Contents

Abstract
Forward by Prof. Nils Christie
Forward by Prof. Y. Panoussis
Preface
Acknowledgements

1. Introduction
2. The Penal Abolitionism
3. Abolitionism and the Concept of Crime
4. Abolitionism and the Process Of Criminalization
5. Abolitionism and Prison
6. Abolitionism against Prison Construction
7. From Bentham's Panopticon to Electronic Monitoring
8. Abolitionism and Criminal Justice System
9. Abolitionism and the Driving Forces Behind Penal Repression
10. Abolitionism and the Pitfalls of Today
11. Abolitionism and the Victim
12. The International Conference on Penal Abolition
13. Conclusion

Appendix
Table and Graphs
References
Videos
Notes



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