Зрнић 2013

Written By: Vukan Dubocanin
 Дијана Зрнић*                                                                                                                                                                                                                УДК 8:343(410.1)

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УТИЦАЈ КЊИЖЕВНОСТИ НА РЕФОРМУ КРИВИЧНОГ ЗАКОНОДАВСТВА У ЕНГЛЕСКОJ 18. ВИЈЕКA

 

 

doi: 10.7251/SPM1346009Z

 

Апстракт: Кривичноправни систем у Енглеској 18. вијека темељио се на средњовјековном систему регулисања личних од- носа од стране децентрализованог класно условљеног правосуђа. Неповољне тржишне и економске прилике стварале су услове за пораст имовинског криминалитета који је санкционисан непра- ведно суровим казнама. Књижевни наратив постаје главно сред- ство критике класно условљене правде, и реформе кривичног за- конодавства. Овај књижевно-правни дијалог, у духу реформизма, могуће је било остварити само уз подршку правних институција и грађанског друштва у цјелини.

Кључне ријечи: кривично законодавство, криминалитет, дискурс, санкција, књижевност, право

 

EFFECTS OF LITERATURE ON THE REFORM OF CRIMINAL LEGISLATION IN 18TH CENTURY ENGLAND

 

Summary

 

Criminal justice system in 18th century England was based on the mediaeval system of regulating personal relations by decentralised class-oriented judiciary. Unfavourable market and economic situation influenced the increase in property crimes, sanctioned by unjustly cruel penalty laws. Literary narrative became a basic mechanism of criticising class-oriented justice, and of reforming lame criminal legislation. Such literary-legal dialogue, in the spirit of reformism, was possible only if supported by legal institutions and civil society as a whole.

Key words: criminal legislation, criminality, discourse, sanction, literature, law

 

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*  Мр Дијана Зрнић, асистенткиња на предмету Енглеска правна терминологија, Правни факултет Универзитета у Бањој Луци