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Truth, intentionality and evidence : anthropological approaches to crime

Auteur(s) : Ben Hounet, Yazid (Éd.)
Puccio-Den, Deborah (Éd.)
Description matérielle : xiii-167 p. ; 24 cm. Collection : Routledge studies in anthropology ; n° 41 Publication : London : Routledge, 2017.Cote : G.5102Note : Réf. dissém. Index.  Thématique : Ethnologie | Crime
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Introduction: crime: truth, intentionality and evidence / Ben Hounet, Yazid and Puccio-Den, Deborah --

Questioning the truth: ideals of justice and trial techniques in India / Berti, Daniela and Tarabout, Gilles --

Evidence, certainty, and doubt: judge’s knowledge in Iranian criminal sanctioning / Osanloo, Arzoo --

The (ir)relevance of self-avowals in the interpretation of criminal evidence / Ghazzal, Zouhair --

On intentionality in Mafia crimes / Puccio-Den, Deborah --

Crime, intentionality and blood money in Algeria and Sudan / Ben Hounet, Yazid --

“To lose oneself while acting”: crime and forgiveness in the Mixe highlands of Oaxaca, Mexico / Pitrou, Perig --

Translating evidentiary practices and technologies of truth finding: oath taking as witness testimony in plural legal configurations in rural Morocco / Turner, Bertram --

A faded narrative: reconstruction and restitution in medico-legal expertise in India / Provost, Fabien --

Technologies of truth and access to justice: becoming an apartheid victim in contemporary South Africa / Umubyeyi, Liliane.

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