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Submission Spirit - iscte-iul
Submission spirit
Lisbon Immigrant's Justice
Perceptions
António Pedro Dores, http://iscte.pt/~apad,
Octobre 2007
Socio-criminal Thesis
•
Cf. Robert K. Merton, "Estrutura social e Anomia" em Sociologia - Teoria e Estrutura,
São Paulo, Mestre Jou, 1970, pp. 203-233
Lack of social and
economic
resources
Crime
Historical and Political Thesis
•
Woodiwiss, Michael (2005) Gangster Capitalism: The United States and the Global Rise of
Organized Crime, London, Constable.
Crime
Lack of social and
economic
resources
Social dynamics
• To study institutions (as prisons) is
relevant, even it can be tricky if one do not
face ideological and disciplinary bias.
ex: who are the criminals, what is socially
relevant on crime?
the condemn actions (sociological choice) or
those in power who fail to conform the
spirit of the law (historian choice)?
Analytical Space
• Against the clock (social thesis)
• Vertical authority (historical thesis)
Socioeconomic
Plan
Primary
Socialization
“domestic
violence”
Private plans
Tertiary
Socialization
“Crime”
Normative Plan
Secondary
Socialization
“Delinquency”
Visceral Plan
Study about feelings on Justice by
non nationals in Lisbon
Experience:
a) Interviewing (family  individual)
b) Biographical study on condemn
people
c) Workshop on fear
Empirical Conclusions
• The presence of the interviewer causes
fear
• The answers about what is justice are well
informed
• Positive image of Portuguese justice
compare images of justice in their different
home lands
• Very difficult to discuss cases, any cases,
and to talk about family
Submission spirit
• Social secrets respect (fear)
• Cooperative and informed mind
• Moral resilience to abuse, violence and
trauma
• Social capacity of production (secrets,
labour, sacrificial stigma )
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