¿La nueva concepción naturalista del delito?: Luis Carlos Pérez, de penalista a criminólogo positivista

Positive Criminology was influential during the first half of S XX in Latin America. This discourse coined in Italy configured an etiological conception of crime and the offender. Colombia has unique characteristics compared to the rest of Latin America: its political, social and historical context,... Deskribapen osoa

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Formatua: Artikulua
Hizkuntza: Gaztelania
Argitaratua: Fundación Universitaria Los Libertadores 2012
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Laburpena: Positive Criminology was influential during the first half of S XX in Latin America. This discourse coined in Italy configured an etiological conception of crime and the offender. Colombia has unique characteristics compared to the rest of Latin America: its political, social and historical context, prevented that these concepts were incorporated in the same way as the rest of these countries. During the 30’s authors close to socialism, as Luis Carlos Pérez and Jorge Eliecer Gaitán, retook criminal sociology to explain some phenomena of crime and social control. Most of Pérez’s work are outstanding contributions to Colombian criminal law, ignoring one of his first works: “Criminology. The new naturalistic crime”. This text aims to establish a relationship between Pérez’s book and some approaches from positivist criminology.