Mardigian Library
Ask a QuestionMy Library Account
Search Library Catalog - Books, DVDs & More
Limit to available
More Searches
   
Limit results to available items
Find more results:
Search MelCat
  
Punishments [videorecording] / directed by Daniel Rancourt ; written by Monique Fournier ; producer, Vincent Leduc
Alternate (uniform) Title Ecce homo (Television program)
Alternate Title Title on container: History of punishment [videorecording]
The evolution of society: education, work, commerce, punishment, social classes [videorecording]
English version
Princeton, N.J. : Films for the Humanities & Sciences, c2004, c1998
Location Call Number Status
 Videos/2nd Flr  HV8497 .P86 2004    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Punishment -- History
Corrections -- History
Criminal justice, Administration of -- History
Capital punishment
Documentary films
Physical Description 1 videodisc (53 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 4 3/4 in
Note - System Details DVD format
Note Produced by Productions Coscient Inc
Date on original program, c1998. Films for the Humanities copyright on program, c2000. Date on container, c2004
"Behold humanity! A sociological perspective"--Container
Credits Executive producer, André Larin ; director of photography, Marc Gadovry ; editor, Paul Perrier ; music, Pascal Mailloux
Performer/Participant Narrator, George Morris ; guests, Maurice Cusson, David Garland, Alain Langui, Jean Pradel, Pieter Spierenberg ; interviewers, Marie-Claude Bourdon, Lyne Fréchet
Summary Part of a series on the five elements of society, exploring how they evolved. This segment explores the social phenomenon of punishment. The forms of punishment that a society chooses, and what it deems a crime, illustrate that society's values. How is justice pursued and punishment meted out? Looks at the history of punishment, beginning with early compensatory forms of justice, Hammurabi's Code and the Law of Moses. Socrates' execution and Roman and medieval forms of justice are analyzed in a historical context, underscoring the fact that punishment was often intended as a deterrent rather than as a reformatory measure. Discusses contemporary forms of punishment, including the death penalty, along with the ways in which these sentences reflect what society values
Alternate Author Rancourt, Daniel
Fournier, Monique
Morris, George
Productions Coscient Inc
Films for the Humanities (Firm)

Mardigian Library, 4901 Evergreen Rd.
Dearborn, MI 48128-1491 313-593-5400 fax 313-593-5561
ask-a-question@umd.umich.edu
The Regents of the University of Michigan | Non-Discrimination Policy
Copyright © The University of Michigan - Dearborn • 4901 Evergreen Road • Dearborn, Michigan 48128 • 313-593-5000
The University of Michigan - Ann Arbor | The University of Michigan - Flint | SITEMAP | DIRECTORY | CONTACT