The Realist Criminology

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The 'Realism' criminology has no doubt changed the new generation views on crime, today the crime is considered as a social dilemma with different socialist views laid down on the grounds of Marx and other political and neo political approaches. If we analyse the theories 'left realism' and 'Marxism', it is clear that all the approaches possess the same roots of political consequences generated from social inequality and class system.


Particularly the man is confronted to a social war being fought against all, which inevitably in individual cases, notably among uneducated people, assumes a brutal, barbarously violent form called 'crime'. Now, in order to protect itself against crime or any direct acts of violence, the onus comes on the shoulders of society to adopt an extensive, complicated system of administrative and judicial bodies, which requires an immense labour force.
In communist society this would likewise be vastly simplified precisely because strange though it may sound the administrative body in this society would have to manage not merely individual aspects of social life, but the whole of social life, in all its various activities, in all its aspects. ...
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