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Comparative criminal justice

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Kod przedmiotu: 2200-1CWPK77-ERA Kod Erasmus / ISCED: 10.0 / (0421) Prawo
Nazwa przedmiotu: Comparative criminal justice
Jednostka: Wydział Prawa i Administracji
Grupy: Erasmus+
Punkty ECTS i inne: 4.00
Język prowadzenia: angielski
Rodzaj przedmiotu:

fakultatywne

Pełny opis:

This course is designed to enjoy the learning and understanding the role and function of criminal justice system in different societies. Comparative analysis helps to see and understand the differences. What we name as crime, how we approach it, and what kind of punishment and why we applied; this is not just what criminal justice is about. It provides us with better understanding of the role the criminal justice has when politics, economy, social life and quality of life is concerned. Thanks to international audience we will share our experience and learn from each other.

At the end of the course the participants will get the basic understanding of other criminal justice systems and will better understand the function and malfunction of the different criminal justice system. We will focus on countries of European Union, USA as well as on Poland, Russia and other former communists’ states. Restorative Justice and Gender issue from feminist jurisprudence perspective will be extensively incorporated in the program.

What to expect in class/What I expect of students:

Class time will be spent in a mixture of lecture and discussion. You will be provided with materials for each class. You can feel free to visit me during my office hours, write e-mails, or make an appointment to discuss any problems, which might arise.

Requirements/preparations for attending class:

Students are expected to read material assigned for the day and be prepared for the discussion.

Welcome and looking forward to see you in the class!

Literatura:

Course Outline CCJ 2019-2020

Prof. UW dr hab. Monika Platek;

University of Warsaw; Law Faculty

COMPARATIVE CRIMINAL JUSTICE (CCJ)

Winter 2019-2020 – Language: English

Tuesday, 11:30-13:00 room 215 – Old Library, Krakowskie Przedmieście 26/28

Office hour: Tuesday 8:15-9:15 Iuridicum I room 131, Criminology office

phone: 55 20 529, 55 24 317

E-mail; m.platek@wpia.uw.edu.pl;

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Course rationale/ Description

This course is designed to enjoy the learning and understanding the role and function of criminal justice system in different societies. Comparative analysis helps to see and understand the differences. What we name as crime, how we approach it, and what kind of punishment and why we applied; this is not just what criminal justice is about. It provides us with better understanding of the role the criminal justice has when politics, economy, social life and quality of life is concerned. Thanks to international audience we will share our experience and learn from each other.

At the end of the course the participants will get the basic understanding of other criminal justice systems and will better understand the function and malfunction of the different criminal justice system. We will focus on countries of European Union, USA as well as on Poland, Russia and other former communists’ states. Restorative Justice and Gender issue from feminist jurisprudence perspective will be extensively incorporated in the program.

What to expect in class/What I expect of students:

Class time will be spent in a mixture of lecture and discussion. You will be provided with materials for each class. You can feel free to visit me during my office hours, write e-mails, or make an appointment to discuss any problems, which might arise.

Grading:

Grading will be based on active participation in the class. Students are required to prepare one presentation (up to 15 minutes ) on one of the subjects from the syllabus inviting the discussion and short essay (6 900 characters / 3 regular pages) supporting the presentation.

Requirements/preparations for attending class:

Students are expected to read material assigned for the day and be prepared for the discussion.

Welcome and looking forward to see you in the class!

Course Outline CCJ 2019-2020

1. October 8, 2019 The introduction to the course. Comparative Criminal Justice. An outline

2. October 15, 2019 Penal Policy and Political economy;

Michael Cavadino and James Dignan, Penal Policy and political economy, “Criminology and Criminal Justice” 2006, nr 6, p. 435-456; additional: Adam Belforado – Unfair – the new science of criminal injustice, New York 2016.; Michelle Alexander, The New Jim Crow, Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness, New York 2012.

3. October 22, 2019. The Shipwreck case. Justice. The way we practice it in criminal law.

Queen v. Dudley and Stephens (1884); https://la.utexas.edu/users/jmciver/357L/QueenvDS.PDF [07.10.2019]

M. Płatek, The philosophical roots of punishment in modern criminal law and its practical limits (with special regard to foreign cultures and terrorism) ‘Studia Iuridica’ 2016, Nr 67, p. 133-155. http://cejsh.icm.edu.pl/cejsh/element/bwmeta1.element.ceon.element-888d94cf-1f4a-3720-bba0-87a9a23747d4?q=bwmeta1.element.ceon.volume-35f2d7b6-a9c7-3f1b-84d3-954feeb0e481;8&qt=CHILDREN-STATELESS [07.10.2019]

4. October 29, 2019 Would you kill the fat man?

Philippa Foot, The Problem of Abortion and the Doctrine of the Double Effect, Oxford Review, no. 5,1967, http://www2.pitt.edu/~mthompso/readings/foot.pdf [07.10.2019]

5. November 5, 2019 Prison population as political construct; Prison population as the result of social policy.

L. Wacquant, Deadly symbiosis. When ghetto and prison meet and mesh, “Punishment and Society” 2001, nr 1 p. 95-134;

H .v. Hofer, Prison populations as political constructs: the case of Finland, Holland and Sweden, “Journal of Scandinavian Studies in Criminology and Crime Prevention” 2003, Vol. 4, p. 21-38;

6. November 12, 2019, Comparative approach to Domestic Violence regulation (visiting lecture of ph.d. student Alicja Serafin)

7. November 19, 2019 Practicing choices in times of terrorism, based on Ferdinand von Schirach “Terror”,

“Terror”: Theatre as Discussion on Ethics and the Law, https://thetheatretimes.com/terror-theatre-discussion-ethics-law/[07.10.2019]

The German Air Security Acts: Luftsicherheitsgesetz (2005 Aviation Security Act of 11 January 2005), art. 122a, an amendment to Polish Law on State Security Borders (of 12 October 1990, Dz. U. Nr 78, poz. 461 amended).

8. November 26, 2019 Essay elaboration time

9. December 3, 2019 Comparative Criminology approach to sexual assault ; Not only #Meeto;

C. MacKinnon, A sex-equality approach to sexual assault, Ann N.Y, Acad Sci. 989☹265-275) (2003);

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/12/07/us/the-metoo-moment-no-longer-complicit.html?rref=collection%2Fseriescollection%2Fmetoo-moment&action=click&contentCollection=us®ion=stream&module=stream_unit&version=latest&contentPlacement=16&pgtype=collection

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/11/05/us/sexual-harrasment-weinstein-trump.html?action=click&module=RelatedCoverage&pgtype=Article®ion=Footer

10. December 10, 2019 The idea of restorative justice

N. Christie, Conflicts as property. “The British Journal of Criminology” 1977, No, 1, s. 1-15.;

11. December 17, 2019 Comparative approach to the implementation of Council of Europe Conventions: CETS 201 and CETS 210

CETS201; Council of Europe Convention on the Protection of Children against Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Abuse; https://rm.coe.int/1680084822 [07.10.2019]

CETS210 Council of Europe Convention on preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence; https://rm.coe.int/168008482e [07.10.2019]

ECHR Opuz v. Turkey

M. Angel, Why Judy Norman Acted in Reasonable Self-Defense: An Abused Women and Sleeping Man, 2006

12. January 7, 2020. Comparative criminal approach to murders, suicide and euthanasia; New area of criminal law – from drugs, fake news, and new “witch” CCJ approach to “gender” and LGBTQ+ community

The limits of criminal justice. Criminalization of people’s sexual orientation.

http://www.echr.coe.int/Documents/FS_Homosexuality_ENG.pdf

13. January 14, 2020 Rape – national and international regulation; Criminal policy and gender equality;.

ECHR M.C. V. Bulgaria (39272/98), CETS 210 [https://www.coe.int/t/dg2/equality/domesticviolencecampaign/resources/M.C.v.BULGARIA_en.asp

Prossecutor v. Akayesu http://www.un.org/en/preventgenocide/rwanda/pdf/]

14. January 21, 2019, Zimbardo experiment and Abu Ghreib case

P. Zimbardo, C. Haney The past and future of US Prison Policy, 25 years after Stanford experiment, “American Psychologist” 1998, Vol 53, Nr 7, p.709-726; P. Zimbardo, Lucyfer effect, how good people turn evil, April 2, 2007 - http://forum-network.org/lecture/lucifer-effect-how-good-people-turn-evil

15. January 28, 2020; Comparative Criminological Approach to Human Rights; European Union – Refugees and Copenhagen Criteria.

The story not only about the New Year Eve;

http://ec.europa.eu/immigration/who-does-what/more-information/explaining-the-rules-why-are-there-eu-rules-and-national-rules_en; http://eur-lex.europa.eu/summary/glossary/accession_criteria_copenhague.html

Metody i kryteria oceniania:

Grading will be based on active participation in the class. Students are required to prepare one presentation on one of the subjects from the syllabus

Zajęcia w cyklu "Semestr zimowy 2018/19" (zakończony)

Okres: 2018-10-01 - 2019-01-25
Wybrany podział planu:


powiększ
zobacz plan zajęć
Typ zajęć: Konwersatorium, 30 godzin więcej informacji
Koordynatorzy: Monika Płatek
Prowadzący grup: Monika Płatek
Lista studentów: (nie masz dostępu)
Zaliczenie: Przedmiot - Zaliczenie na ocenę
Konwersatorium - Zaliczenie na ocenę
Skrócony opis: (tylko po angielsku)

This course is designed to enjoy the learning and understanding the role and function of criminal justice system in different societies. Comparative analysis helps to see and understand the differences. What we name as crime, how we approach it, and what kind of punishment and why we applied; this is not just what criminal justice is about. It provides us with better understanding of the role the criminal justice has when politics, economy, social life and quality of life is concerned. Thanks to international audience we will share our experience and learn from each other.

At the end of the course the participants will get the basic understanding of other criminal justice systems and will better understand the function and malfunction of the different criminal justice system. We will focus on countries of European Union, USA as well as on Poland, Russia and other former communists’ states. Restorative Justice and Gender issue from feminist jurisprudence perspective will be extensively incorporated in the program.

Pełny opis: (tylko po angielsku)

This course is designed to enjoy the learning and understanding the role and function of criminal justice system in different societies. Comparative analysis helps to see and understand the differences. What we name as crime, how we approach it, and what kind of punishment and why we applied; this is not just what criminal justice is about. It provides us with better understanding of the role the criminal justice has when politics, economy, social life and quality of life is concerned. Thanks to international audience we will share our experience and learn from each other.

At the end of the course the participants will get the basic understanding of other criminal justice systems and will better understand the function and malfunction of the different criminal justice system. We will focus on countries of European Union, USA as well as on Poland, Russia and other former communists’ states. Restorative Justice and Gender issue from feminist jurisprudence perspective will be extensively incorporated in the program.

Uwagi: (tylko po angielsku)

Class time will be spent in a mixture of lecture and discussion. You will be provided with materials for each class. You can feel free to visit me during my office hours, write e-mails, or make an appointment to discuss any problems, which might arise.

Zajęcia w cyklu "Semestr zimowy 2019/20" (zakończony)

Okres: 2019-10-01 - 2020-01-27

Wybrany podział planu:


powiększ
zobacz plan zajęć
Typ zajęć: Konwersatorium, 30 godzin więcej informacji
Koordynatorzy: Monika Płatek
Prowadzący grup: Monika Płatek
Lista studentów: (nie masz dostępu)
Zaliczenie: Zaliczenie na ocenę
Skrócony opis:

Course rationale/ Description

This course is designed to enjoy the learning and understanding the role and function of criminal justice system in different societies. Comparative analysis helps to see and understand the differences. What we name as crime, how we approach it, and what kind of punishment and why we applied; this is not just what criminal justice is about. It provides us with better understanding of the role the criminal justice has when politics, economy, social life and quality of life is concerned. Thanks to international audience we will share our experience and learn from each other.

At the end of the course the participants will get the basic understanding of other criminal justice systems and will better understand the function and malfunction of the different criminal justice system. We will focus on countries of European Union, USA as well as on Poland, Russia and other former communists’ states. Restorative Justice and Gender issue from feminist jurisprudence perspective will be extensively incorporated in the program.

What to expect in class/What I expect of students:

Class time will be spent in a mixture of lecture and discussion. You will be provided with materials for each class. You can feel free to visit me during my office hours, write e-mails, or make an appointment to discuss any problems, which might arise.

Grading:

Grading will be based on active participation in the class. Students are required to prepare one presentation (up to 15 minutes ) on one of the subjects from the syllabus inviting the discussion and short essay (6 900 characters / 3 regular pages) supporting the presentation.

Requirements/preparations for attending class:

Students are expected to read material assigned for the day and be prepared for the discussion.

Welcome and looking forward to see you in the class!

Pełny opis:

Prof. UW dr hab. Monika Platek;

University of Warsaw; Law Faculty

COMPARATIVE CRIMINAL JUSTICE (CCJ)

Winter 2019-2020 – Language: English

Tuesday, 11:30-13:00 room 215 – Old Library, Krakowskie Przedmieście 26/28

Office hour: Tuesday 8:15-9:15 Iuridicum I room 131, Criminology office

phone: 55 20 529, 55 24 317

E-mail; m.platek@wpia.uw.edu.pl;

-------------------------------------------------------------------

Course rationale/ Description

This course is designed to enjoy the learning and understanding the role and function of criminal justice system in different societies. Comparative analysis helps to see and understand the differences. What we name as crime, how we approach it, and what kind of punishment and why we applied; this is not just what criminal justice is about. It provides us with better understanding of the role the criminal justice has when politics, economy, social life and quality of life is concerned. Thanks to international audience we will share our experience and learn from each other.

At the end of the course the participants will get the basic understanding of other criminal justice systems and will better understand the function and malfunction of the different criminal justice system. We will focus on countries of European Union, USA as well as on Poland, Russia and other former communists’ states. Restorative Justice and Gender issue from feminist jurisprudence perspective will be extensively incorporated in the program.

What to expect in class/What I expect of students:

Class time will be spent in a mixture of lecture and discussion. You will be provided with materials for each class. You can feel free to visit me during my office hours, write e-mails, or make an appointment to discuss any problems, which might arise.

Grading:

Grading will be based on active participation in the class. Students are required to prepare one presentation (up to 15 minutes ) on one of the subjects from the syllabus inviting the discussion and short essay (6 900 characters / 3 regular pages) supporting the presentation.

Requirements/preparations for attending class:

Students are expected to read material assigned for the day and be prepared for the discussion.

Welcome and looking forward to see you in the class!

Course Outline CCJ 2019-2020

1. October 8, 2019 The introduction to the course. Comparative Criminal Justice. An outline

2. October 15, 2019 Penal Policy and Political economy;

Michael Cavadino and James Dignan, Penal Policy and political economy, “Criminology and Criminal Justice” 2006, nr 6, p. 435-456; additional: Adam Belforado – Unfair – the new science of criminal injustice, New York 2016.; Michelle Alexander, The New Jim Crow, Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness, New York 2012.

3. October 22, 2019. The Shipwreck case. Justice. The way we practice it in criminal law.

Queen v. Dudley and Stephens (1884); https://la.utexas.edu/users/jmciver/357L/QueenvDS.PDF [07.10.2019]

M. Płatek, The philosophical roots of punishment in modern criminal law and its practical limits (with special regard to foreign cultures and terrorism) ‘Studia Iuridica’ 2016, Nr 67, p. 133-155. http://cejsh.icm.edu.pl/cejsh/element/bwmeta1.element.ceon.element-888d94cf-1f4a-3720-bba0-87a9a23747d4?q=bwmeta1.element.ceon.volume-35f2d7b6-a9c7-3f1b-84d3-954feeb0e481;8&qt=CHILDREN-STATELESS [07.10.2019]

4. October 29, 2019 Would you kill the fat man?

Philippa Foot, The Problem of Abortion and the Doctrine of the Double Effect, Oxford Review, no. 5,1967, http://www2.pitt.edu/~mthompso/readings/foot.pdf [07.10.2019]

5. November 5, 2019 Prison population as political construct; Prison population as the result of social policy.

L. Wacquant, Deadly symbiosis. When ghetto and prison meet and mesh, “Punishment and Society” 2001, nr 1 p. 95-134;

H .v. Hofer, Prison populations as political constructs: the case of Finland, Holland and Sweden, “Journal of Scandinavian Studies in Criminology and Crime Prevention” 2003, Vol. 4, p. 21-38;

6. November 12, 2019, Comparative approach to Domestic Violence regulation (visiting lecture of ph.d. student Alicja Serafin)

7. November 19, 2019 Practicing choices in times of terrorism, based on Ferdinand von Schirach “Terror”,

“Terror”: Theatre as Discussion on Ethics and the Law, https://thetheatretimes.com/terror-theatre-discussion-ethics-law/[07.10.2019]

The German Air Security Acts: Luftsicherheitsgesetz (2005 Aviation Security Act of 11 January 2005), art. 122a, an amendment to Polish Law on State Security Borders (of 12 October 1990, Dz. U. Nr 78, poz. 461 amended).

8. November 26, 2019 Essay elaboration time

9. December 3, 2019 Comparative Criminology approach to sexual assault ; Not only #Meeto;

C. MacKinnon, A sex-equality approach to sexual assault, Ann N.Y, Acad Sci. 989☹265-275) (2003);

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/12/07/us/the-metoo-moment-no-longer-complicit.html?rref=collection%2Fseriescollection%2Fmetoo-moment&action=click&contentCollection=us®ion=stream&module=stream_unit&version=latest&contentPlacement=16&pgtype=collection

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/11/05/us/sexual-harrasment-weinstein-trump.html?action=click&module=RelatedCoverage&pgtype=Article®ion=Footer

10. December 10, 2019 The idea of restorative justice

N. Christie, Conflicts as property. “The British Journal of Criminology” 1977, No, 1, s. 1-15.;

11. December 17, 2019 Comparative approach to the implementation of Council of Europe Conventions: CETS 201 and CETS 210

CETS201; Council of Europe Convention on the Protection of Children against Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Abuse; https://rm.coe.int/1680084822 [07.10.2019]

CETS210 Council of Europe Convention on preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence; https://rm.coe.int/168008482e [07.10.2019]

ECHR Opuz v. Turkey

M. Angel, Why Judy Norman Acted in Reasonable Self-Defense: An Abused Women and Sleeping Man, 2006

12. January 7, 2020. Comparative criminal approach to murders, suicide and euthanasia; New area of criminal law – from drugs, fake news, and new “witch” CCJ approach to “gender” and LGBTQ+ community

The limits of criminal justice. Criminalization of people’s sexual orientation.

http://www.echr.coe.int/Documents/FS_Homosexuality_ENG.pdf

13. January 14, 2020 Rape – national and international regulation; Criminal policy and gender equality;.

ECHR M.C. V. Bulgaria (39272/98), CETS 210 [https://www.coe.int/t/dg2/equality/domesticviolencecampaign/resources/M.C.v.BULGARIA_en.asp

Prossecutor v. Akayesu http://www.un.org/en/preventgenocide/rwanda/pdf/]

14. January 21, 2019, Zimbardo experiment and Abu Ghreib case

P. Zimbardo, C. Haney The past and future of US Prison Policy, 25 years after Stanford experiment, “American Psychologist” 1998, Vol 53, Nr 7, p.709-726; P. Zimbardo, Lucyfer effect, how good people turn evil, April 2, 2007 - http://forum-network.org/lecture/lucifer-effect-how-good-people-turn-evil

15. January 28, 2020; Comparative Criminological Approach to Human Rights; European Union – Refugees and Copenhagen Criteria.

The story not only about the New Year Eve;

http://ec.europa.eu/immigration/who-does-what/more-information/explaining-the-rules-why-are-there-eu-rules-and-national-rules_en; http://eur-lex.europa.eu/summary/glossary/accession_criteria_copenhague.html

Literatura:

provided within each subject

Uwagi:

Grading:

Grading will be based on active participation in the class. Students are required to prepare one presentation (up to 15 minutes ) on one of the subjects from the syllabus inviting the discussion and short essay (6 900 characters / 3 regular pages) supporting the presentation.

Requirements/preparations for attending class:

Students are expected to read material assigned for the day and be prepared for the discussion.

Welcome and looking forward to see you in the class!

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