Grados y rasgos de la demanda de castigo penalactitudes punitivas en la población andaluza

  1. FEDERICO POZO CUEVAS
  2. LUIS NAVARRO ARDOY
  3. MANUEL CARO CABRERA
  4. ALEJANDRO LÓPEZ MENCHÓN
Journal:
Boletín criminológico

ISSN: 2254-2043 1137-2427

Year of publication: 2020

Volume: 26

Issue: 194

Pages: 1-31

Type: Article

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Abstract

Focused on punitiveness, this article presents an analysis of data from the 9th Citizen Panel for Social Research in Andalusia, Spain (PACIS), implemented by the Advanced Social Research Institute (IESA) in 2019. It first addresses a descrip-tive analysis of punitive attitudes operation-alized as referring to (1) judicial sentences, (2) criminal public policy, (3) conditions of imprisonment and (4) goals of criminal pen-alties. Then the article analyzes the way gender, age, religious beliefs, educational level and political self-placement affect pu-nitiveness. It is concluded than the levels of punitiveness in Andalusia vary with both the punitive referent and certain sociodemo-graphic characteristics

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