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NCJ Number: 30946 Find in a Library
Title: APPROACHES TO THE POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF CRIMINAL LAW REFORM IN AUSTRIA
Journal: KRIMINALOLOGISHCES JOURNAL  Volume:7  Issue:4  Dated:(1975)  Pages:263-277
Author(s): A PILGRAM; H STEINERT
Corporate Author: Arbeitskreis Junger Kriminologen
Germany (Unified)
Date Published: 1975
Page Count: 15
Sponsoring Agency: Arbeitskreis Junger Kriminologen
2800 Bremen 93, Germany United
Format: Article
Language: German
Country: West Germany (Former)
Annotation: CRIMINAL LAW REFORMS ARE ANALYZED IN TERMS OF THEIR POTENTIAL TO RESOLVE CONTRADICTIONS BETWEEN THE CRIMINAL CODE AND NEW ECONOMIC CONDITIONS IN AUSTRIA AFTER THE PERIOD OF RECONSTRUCTION AFTER WORLD WAR TWO.
Abstract: ALSO DISCUSSED IS THE POTENTIAL OF THE REFORMS FOR LEGITIMIZING THE DEMOCRATIC STATE IN AUSTRIA AND ITS CAPACITY TO COPE WITH SUCH CONTRADICTIONS. THE RELEVANT ASPECT OF THE ECONOMY IS THE CHANGE TO INTENSIFIED USE OF LABOR AND IMPROVED MARKETS. THE LAW REFORMS FEATURE DECRIMINALIZATION AND POLARIZATION IN THE SEVERITY OF SENTENCES. --IN GERMAN
Index Term(s): Austria; Crime specific law reform; Criminal codes; Decriminalization; Economic influences; Law reform; Political influences; Sentencing/Sanctions
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