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Record #139300:

Contemporary realities / Henrik Garlik Jensen.

Title: Contemporary realities / Henrik Garlik Jensen.
Author(s): Jensen, Henrik Garlik.
Date: 1996.
Publisher: Copenhagen: Copenhagen Business School
In: Crime, law and justice in Greenland. (1996.),
Abstract: Article describes effects of Criminal Code of 1954, based on "principle of the offender" rather than on "principle of the act". V.Goldschmidt described intended model of conflict resolution "Arctic peace model", opposed to Western "conformity model", but admitted later that model was failure, as it expressed tendency to conformity. Moreover idea of individual deterrence might lead to inordinate intervention or to none . Current criticism is that Greenland's is "rightless court" and that authors of Criminal Code were more Greenland-minded than Greenlanders themselves.
Notes:

In: Crime, law and justice in Greenland / Henrik Garlik Jensen, Torben Agersnap, eds.

Keywords: 34 -- Law and legislation.
343 -- Law, criminal.
35/354 -- Public administration.
J -- Social sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*38) -- Greenland.
SPRI record no.: 139300

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