By Didier Fassin
The results of a five-year research performed via ten students, this booklet describes and analyses the police, the court docket approach, the criminal gear, the social providers, and psychological overall healthiness amenities in France. Combining family tree and ethnography, its authors express that those country associations don't easily enforce legislation, principles and methods: they mobilise values and impacts, decisions and feelings. In different phrases, they replicate the morality of the nation.
Of gigantic curiosity to either social scientists and political theorists, this paintings will make a tremendous contribution to the ever increasing literature at the modern state.
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At the Heart of the State: The Moral World of Institutions (Anthropology, Culture and Society) by Didier Fassin