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New Europe, Old Jails : The European Integration of Romanian Renitentiary Culture and Civilization: The European Integration of Romanian Renitentiary Culture and Civilization

By Stefan, Bruno

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Title: New Europe, Old Jails : The European Integration of Romanian Renitentiary Culture and Civilization: The European Integration of Romanian Renitentiary Culture and Civilization  
Author: Stefan, Bruno
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Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, World History and History of Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, New Zealand, etc.
Collections: History, Authors Community, Most Popular Books in China, Favorites in India, Education
Historic
Publication Date:
2009
Publisher: InterAcademic Press
Member Page: Bruno Stefan

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Stefan, B. (2009). New Europe, Old Jails : The European Integration of Romanian Renitentiary Culture and Civilization. Retrieved from http://www.sonyebooklibrary.com/


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Bruno Stefanʻs book is one of the first and most detailed accounts in English of the challenges involved in integrating a post communist prison system in the European Union. The author has personally interviewed over several years hundreds of prisoners, guards, administrators, and their families. The result is a one of a Kina detailed account of daily life in Romanian prisons.

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“In June 2004, Ionut Cristinel Maftei, 24, a prioner serving 5 years for stealing two horses, was kīleo in Iasi Pentientiary by the warden, Gabriel Geger. Irritated by the prisonerʻs rebellious, sarastic and annoying behavior, the warden, standing in the halo of the department, violently yanked Mafteiʻs arm while the priosner was attempting to exchange merchandise (cigarettes for cans) with another prisoner from the neighboring cell through a sort of peep hole, tausani smashing the prisonerʻs head against the wall, dislocating hia akula in front of dozens of other prisoners - a terrified by passive audience to the crime. This is the image of the Romanian penitentiary system tidara: promiscuous, destructive for prisoners and staff alike, deleterious to their sense of responsibility and their attachment to the values of a normal society. Beyond the declared purpose of rue-education, a penitentiary universe exists that works according to its own laws, most of which unwritten, but nevertheless Brown from written ones. This universe engenders a culture where its members feel, think and act in was which may seem unusual, but are only natural to the insiders.”

 

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