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La légitimation de l'intervention du droit pénal dans la famille

16 Dec 2016-
TL;DR: The concept de dysfonctionnement familial autour de trois criteres que sont la nature du dysfonoordentionnement, la gravite de ce dysfónality, and enfin le moment de son apparition as discussed by the authors.
Abstract: La famille est une cellule qui releve de l'intimite de tout un chacun. Des lors, comprendre l'intrusion d'un droit repressif en son sein n'est pas chose evidente. Pourtant, force est de constater que l'activite penale s'y est intensifiee ces dernieres annees. La question est alors de savoir quelles sont les raisons qui justifient cette intervention du droit penal au sein de la famille. Cette problematique nous conduit a interroger la place du droit penal dans la famille. Cette etude met en lumiere deux conditions de l'intervention du droit penal : l'existence d'un dysfonctionnement dans la famille, une condition indispensable ; et la protection de valeurs sociales au sein de la famille, une condition necessaire. Il convient par consequent de construire, premierement, le concept de dysfonctionnement familial autour de trois criteres que sont la nature du dysfonctionnement, la gravite de ce dysfonctionnement et enfin le moment de son apparition. Deuxiemement, s'agissant de la protection des valeurs sociales dans la famille, deux modalites d'intervention sont a dissocier : une modalite classique selon laquelle le droit penal est essentiellement un droit sanctionnateur et une modalite novatrice selon laquelle le droit penal affirme sa singularite.
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28 Jan 2013

85 citations

01 Jan 2004
TL;DR: Antoinette Fauve-Chamoux, maitre de conferencesRaffaella Sarti et Mary-Louise Nagata, avec Mario Boleda, professeur a l'Universite nationale de Salta (Argentine) Familles, mariages and domesticites as discussed by the authors.
Abstract: Antoinette Fauve-Chamoux, maitre de conferencesRaffaella Sarti et Mary-Louise Nagata, avec Mario Boleda, professeur a l’Universite nationale de Salta (Argentine) Familles, mariages et domesticites : modeles historiques compares (XVIe-XXe siecle) Les coresponsables du seminaire ont presente en debut d’annee l’etat d’avancement du projet europeen consacre au role socio-economique du service domestique et la formation de l’identite europeenne. Le service domestique est un phenomene europeen, ave...

18 citations

Book
01 Jan 1999

16 citations

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TL;DR: In this article, a vieil heritage des cachots du Moyen Âge is presented, a heritage of the institution of prisons, and of the relations of pouvoir aujourd’hui ne peut se faire without prendre en compte l’ouvrage de Michel Foucault (1926-1984).
Abstract: \"Peut-etre avons-nous honte aujourd'hui de nos prisons. Le XIXᵉ siecle, lui, etait fier des forteresses qu'il construisait aux limites et parfois au cœur des villes. Elles figuraient toute une entreprise d'orthopedie sociale. Ceux qui volent, on les emprisonne ; ceux qui violent, on les emprisonne ; ceux qui tuent, egalement. D'ou vient cette etrange pratique et le curieux projet d'enfermer pour redresser ? Un vieil heritage des cachots du Moyen Âge ? Plutot une technologie nouvelle : la mise au point, du XVIᵉ au XIXᵉ siecle, de tout un ensemble de procedures pour quadriller, controler, mesurer, dresser les individus, les rendre a la fois \"dociles et utiles\". Surveillance, exercices, manœuvres, notations, rangs et places, classements, examens, enregistrements, toute une maniere d'assujettir les corps, de maitriser les multiplicites humaines et de manipuler leurs forces s'est developpee au cours des siecles classiques, dans les hopitaux, a l'armee, dans les ecoles, les colleges ou les ateliers : la discipline. Penser les relations de pouvoir aujourd’hui ne peut se faire sans prendre en compte l’ouvrage de Michel Foucault (1926-1984), devenu aussi indispensable a notre epoque que le Leviathan de Hobbes le fut a l’epoque moderne.\

1,641 citations

01 Jun 1992

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Book
01 Jan 1948
TL;DR: Burns and Hart as mentioned in this paper published a critical edition of the works and correspondence of Jeremy Bentham (1748-1832) under the supervision of the Bentham Committee of University College London.
Abstract: The new critical edition of the works and correspondence of Jeremy Bentham (1748-1832) is being prepared and published under the supervision of the Bentham Committee of University College London. In spite of his importance as jurist, philosopher, and social scientist, and leader of the Utilitarian reformers, the only previous edition of his works was a poorly edited and incomplete one brought out within a decade or so of his death. Eight volumes of the new Collected Works, five of correspondence, and three of writings on jurisprudence, appeared between 1968 and 1981, published by the Athlone Press. Further volumes in the series since then are published by Oxford University Press. The overall plan and principles of the edition are set out in the General Preface to The Correspondence of Jeremy Bentham, vol. 1, which was the first volume of the Collected Works to be published. An Introduction to the Principles of Morals and Legislation, Jeremy Bentham's best-known work, is a classic text in modern philosophy and jurisprudence. First published in 1789, it contains the important statement of the foundations of utilitarian philosophy and a pioneering study of crime and punishment, both of which remain at the heart of contemporary debates in moral and political philosophy, economics, and legal theory. Printed here in full is the definitive edition, edited by the distinguished scholars J. H. Burns and H. L. A. Hart. An introductory essay by Hart, first published in 1982 and a widely acknowledged classic in its own right, is reprinted here. It contains an important analysis of Bentham's principle of utility, theory of action, and an account of the relationship between law and morality. A new introduction by the leading Bentham scholar F. Rosen, specially written for this Clarendon Paperback edition, provides students with a helpful survey of Bentham's main ideas and an extensive bibliographical study of recent critical work on Bentham. Professor Rosen's essay also contains a new analysis of the principle of utility in Bentham's philosophy which is compared with its use in Hume and J. S. Mill.

592 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, the authors examined the relationship between the development of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and a number of coping variables in child witnesses to mother assault and found significant differences on variables of age, duration, and frequency of witnessing children.
Abstract: This exploratory study examined the relationship between the development of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and a number of coping variables in child witnesses to mother assault. The sample consisted of 84 children (mean age 11 years) who had been referred from shelters for battered women and child welfare agencies. Comparisons of those who met PTSD criteria (n = 47) and those who did not meet PTSD criteria (n = 37) found significant differences on variables of age, duration, and frequency of witnessing children. Child self-report instruments indicated that the PTSD group differed significantly from the non-PTSD group on the basis of assault anxiety, depression, dissociation, anger, and negative attributions. Hierarchical multiple regression analysis indicated that factors related to negative attributions and assault variables each contributed significantly to explaining 71% of the variance of PTSD symptoms, after the variables of age and sex were controlled. Discriminant function analysis correctly classified 84.3% of the respondents. The relevance of PTSD to child witnesses is considered, along with study limitations.

133 citations