Parempopulismi edusammud on märgata, kuid millise tähenduse võiks need saada karistamise sotsioloogilisest perspektiivist, see võiks huvi pakkuda väga paljudele. Sestap siinviidatud vabalevis olev tekst oma koha leidiski.

Kontekstiks parempopulismi edusammud Euroopas:

“Some of the biggest advances have been made in central and eastern Europe where far-right parties have now come to power and established autocratic regimes. With the vote share of populist parties in national elections for European countries now at its highest level since the early 1990s (Rooduijn et al., 2019), this populist ‘explosion’ (Judis, 2016) is widely regarded as a very real and grave threat to democracy in general, and the rights of minorities in particular.” (Hamilton, 2022, p. 2)

Vihast tõukuv retoorika:

“As Loader (2018: 7) puts it, ‘criminologists have, after all, been engaged for some time with problems that are animated by angerfuelled populism and authoritarian rhetoric’.” (Hamilton, 2022, p. 2)

Autor seab eesmärgi:

“This article takes stock of the existing literature on this phenomenon with a view to proposing a tentative criminological research agenda that may contribute to our understanding of the recent rise of authoritarian politics in Europe, the UK and US.” (Hamilton, 2022, p. 2)

Arengud kriminoloogias:

“Of course, criminological writing has moved on considerably since the heyday of ‘penal populism’ and the ‘new punitiveness’ (Pratt et al., 2005), with many scholars rejecting such concepts as ‘totalising trends’ (Aaronson, 2022), and Pratt (2008) himself acknowledging the limits of penal populism.” (Hamilton, 2022, p. 3)

Karistamise mõjususest:

“Arguing that the connection between ‘hostile solidarity’, insecurity and identity can aid in understanding the recent rise of authoritarian politics in Europe and the US, their work (and that of others such as Hӧrnqvist, 2021) examines the ‘emotional release’, ‘pleasure’ and sense of belonging that comes through the act of punishing.” (Hamilton, 2022, p. 5)

Populistlik poliitika erineb tavalisest

“As Canovan (1984, 1999) has observed, populist politics is not politics as usual. There is a mood, ‘an extra emotional ingredient’ (Canovan, 1999: 6), that draws even normally unpolitical people into the political arena. ‘Security populism’ is not any different in this regard with emotions long considered an integral part of the experience of insecurity (Van Rythoven, 2015).” (Hamilton, 2022, p. 11) …

Lugemishuvi suurendamiseks:

“Tempting as it is to herald ‘the end of reason’ (Pratt and Miao, 2017) and retreat into ‘left melancholia’ (Brown, 1999), such a moralising approach misses much about why and how security became a core theme within contemporary populist politics (Hogg, 2021) while reinforcing the idea of far-right supporters as the ‘others’ of society.” (Hamilton, 2022, p. 15)

Hamilton, C. (2022). Radical right populism and the sociology of punishment: Towards a research agenda. Punishment & Society, 1–21.