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- David W. Garland
- Conceptualizing power to study social-ecological interactions
- Punishment and Modern Society
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Over the past several years, criminological theorists have shown renewed interest in the role of social institutions in the onset of crime. Recognition of the central role of institutions in trying to understand the societal response to crime is not new or surprising, given that the criminal justice system is itself an institution or an institutional subsystem. Social institutions influence how social life is regulated and facilitate the functioning of social systems. There are three interrelated dimensions of social institutions that are particularly relevant to the study of crime: institutional structure, institutional regulation or legitimacy, and institutional performance.
David W. Garland
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Conceptualizing power to study social-ecological interactions
In respone to these concerns, my objective in this paper is to review and synthesize social science theory to facilitate a useful engagement between studies of resilience and the concept of power. The article comprises three parts. First, I briefly review the critique, and how resilience scholars so far have dealt with power conceptually and empirically. Second, I review how power has been used as central concept in social scientific theory, and I introduce a conceptualization of power to study social-ecological interactions. Finally, I illustrate how power can be used to study social-ecological interactions based on the example of fire domestication, and I discuss implications for further research. A closer look at studies of resilience reveals that several of its core concepts resonate with the idea of power as a human capacity to act in social and ecological conditions.
January , Sociology of Emile Durkheim. Adams and Sydie begin their discussion of early sociology with a presentation of the sociological work of conservative writers pp. After the French Revolution and the Enlightenment, some writers were concerned with how social order could be maintained in the face of progress, revolution, disorder, and rule by the people. Early sociology is often considered to have emerged out of this conservative reaction to the Enlightenment and the French Revolution — writers such as Saint-Simon, Comte, and Spencer looked on the emergent capitalist society as generally good and progressive, but were concerned about how society holds together given the individualism that emerged and the changes in political order. According to Adams and Sydie, there were three main approaches p. Positivism — society is orderly and rational and social scientists, through careful study of history and the society around them, could develop an understanding of the social world.
Review Symposium/Receuil de rendus. David Garland, Punishment and Modern Society: A Study in Social Theory. Chicago: University of Chicago Press,
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