By Austin Sarat, Christian Boulanger
How does the way in which we expect and suppose in regards to the global round us impact the life and management of the loss of life penalty? What position does capital punishment play in defining our political and cultural identity?After centuries within which capital punishment used to be a regular and self-evident a part of legal punishment, it has now taken on a lifetime of its personal in a number of arenas a long way past the bounds of the penal sphere. during this quantity, the authors argue that during order to appreciate the loss of life penalty, we have to comprehend extra in regards to the "cultural lives"—past and present—of the state’s final sanction.They adopt this “cultural voyage” comparatively—examining the dynamics of the dying penalty in Mexico, the U.S., Poland, Kyrgyzstan, India, Israel, Palestine, Japan, China, Singapore, and South Korea—arguing that we have to glance past the us to work out how capital punishment “lives” or “dies” within the remainder of the realm, how photographs of nation killing are produced and ate up in different places, and the way they're mirrored, backward and forward, within the rising overseas judicial and political discourse at the penalty of dying and its abolition.Contributors:Sangmin BaeChristian BoulangerJulia EckertAgata FijalkowskiEvi GirlingVirgil K.Y. HoDavid T. JohnsonBotagoz KassymbekovaShai LaviJ?rgen MartschukatAlfred OehlersJudith RandleJudith Mendelsohn RoodAustin SaratPatrick TimmonsNicole TaruleviczLouise Tyler
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Politicians and military officials show little concern over the deaths of Palestinians in combat situations or—as recent events show—over the planned extrajudicial execution of religious extremists. But they do not want to afford the enemy the theatrical spectacle of judicial procedure and execution. Lavi argues that much of the hesitation to use capital punishment against Palestinians convicted of capital crimes, including the planning and carrying out of terrorist attacks, comes from a historical incident which he analyzes in its context: the “execution,” by members of a radical Jewish underground organization, of two British soldiers in response to the execution of other members of this organization.
Finally, states can abolish the death penalty for all crimes, or only for crimes committed during peace times. 2. , cases in which the state kills intentionally or unintentionally, without judicial process, such as through extra-judicial executions or warfare). 3. Abolitionist: Angola, Cape Verde, Cote d’Ivoire, Guinea-Bissau, Mauritius, Mo- PUTTING CULTURE INTO THE PICTURE 35 zambique, Namibia, Senegal, and South Africa. , no executions in the past ten years): Algeria, Benin, Burkina Faso, Congo (Republic), Gambia, Kenya, Madagascar, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Senegal, Togo, Tonga, Tunisia.
The Cultural Lives of Capital Punishment: Comparative Perspectives (The Cultural Lives of Law) by Austin Sarat, Christian Boulanger