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Archiwum Kryminologii (Archives of Criminology)

Number XLIV/1, 2022

  • 5-13
    Criminal justice in an age of populism: Introduction to the Special Issue
    Authors: John Pratt, Magdalena Grzyb
    Number of views: 102
  • 15-38
    Rethinking populism and its threats and possibilities
    Authors: Russell Hogg
    Number of views: 80
  • 39-76
    Protection of Christian values – penal populism or a rational decision on criminalization?
    Authors: Olga Sitarz
    Number of views: 86
  • 77-106
    How neoclassical criminology, penal populism and COVID-19 helped to escalate the repressiveness of criminal law – the case of Poland
    Authors: Dagmara Woźniakowska-Fajst, Katarzyna Witkowska-Rozpara
    Number of views: 90
  • 107-122
    ‘Let there be order!’: Rising criminal populism in Hungary
    Authors: Katalin Gönczöl
    Number of views: 90
  • 123-145
    Populist and vindictive constructions of sexual offending, pluralities of violence, and the implications for criminal and social justice
    Authors: Ian Mahoney, Kirsty Teague, Matthew Long, Belinda Winder
    Number of views: 84
  • 147-170
    The compensatory remedy against criminal populism
    Authors: Gabriel Oancea, Silvia Andreea Neculcea
    Number of views: 90
  • 171-196
    Elite punitive populism and youth justice reform in Chile: Legitimizing a new political order
    Authors: Daniela Rodriguez Gutierrez
    Number of views: 93
  • 197-227
    (Penal) populism and experts in the age of the digital crowd wisdom
    Authors: Michalina Szafrańska
    Number of views: 81
  • 229-251
    Algorithm-driven populism: An introduction
    Authors: Leandro Ayres França, Carlos Adalberto Ferreira de Abreu
    Number of views: 89
  • 253-282
    Adventures in populist discourse: Could a solution to penal populism in New Zealand be hiding in plain sight?
    Authors: Luke Oldfield, Alice Mills
    Number of views: 97
  • 283-311
    The pandemic as an antidote to populism: Punishment, immobilisation, and COVID-19
    Authors: John Pratt, Daisy Lutyens
    Number of views: 84

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