2. What do We mean by penology?
“The study of the punishment of
crime and prison management," The
study of penology therefore deals
with the treatment of prisoners and
the subsequent rehabilitation of
3. What is difference between criminology
Criminology is the knowledge regarding
crime and criminals and the efforts Of
society to Control and prevent Crimes. It
is the Scientific Study Of Crime and its
Cure. ... penology, on the other hand, is a
branch of criminology dealing with
prison management and treatment Of
4. What are the types of penology?
Administrative Penology, Scientific
Penology, Academic Penology and
Analytical Penology. Administrative
Penology can also be called applied
penology because it represents
different penological systems in
5. What Sciences are involved in
Criminology and criminalistics are two
subsets of the criminal justice system.
Criminology relates to studying and
preventing crime—typically with
behavioral sciences like sociology,
psychology, and anthropology.
Criminalistics refers to a type of
forensics—the analysis of physical
evidence from a crime scene.
6. What is positivist or Italian school?
The Positivist School was founded by
Cesare Lombroso and led by two
others: Enrico Ferri and Raffaele
Garofalo. In criminology, it has
attempted to find scientific
objectivity for the measurement and
quantification of criminal behavior.
7. What is the contribution of Cesare Lombroso?
The Italian criminologist Cesare
Lombroso (1835-1909) devised the
Now-Outmoded theory that criminality is
determined by physiological traits, he
concentrated attention on the study of
the individual offender.
8. What is the theory of Enrico Ferri?
His disciple, Enrico Ferri, developed the
theory of C. Lombroso and belonged to
the criminal sociology school. He
believed that the reason of crime is not
completely determined by the
individual's biological genes, but the
result of the combination of
physiological genes, natural conditions
and social environment.
9. What is the theory of Cesare Beccaria?
Classical crime theory,, is based on the
assumption that people are free of will and
thus completely responsible for their own
actions, and that they also have the ability to
rationally weigh up their abilities
10. What is the difference between penology
penology defined: - The study of
punishment for crime or of criminal
offenders. ... correction defined: - A
branch of the Criminal Justice
System concerned with the
custody, supervision and
rehabilitation of criminal offenders.
11. What is the difference between positivist
and classical criminology?
The positivist school of criminology
focuses on the offender rather than the
offense and uses science rather than
philosophy to explain crime. ... The
classical school utilizes philosophy to try
to understand why people break the law,
while the positivist school uses science.
12. Is rehabilitation better than punishment?
Rehabilitation gives one a chance to
learn about his/her debilitating problems
and offers for one to learn how to change
their behavior in order to not commit
crime. Incarceration (punishment) puts
the offender in a confines of a cell in
order for one to think about the crime
13. How do you rehabilitate a criminal?
Techniques vary from educational and
vocational training to help the offender
learn a skill for use outside the prison,
to psychological rehabilitation, dealing
with various problems the individual
offender may experience. Drug-addicted
prisoners can also receive treatment for
their condition in some prisons.
14. What are the 10 causes of crime?
Top 10 Reasons for Crime