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To put it most generally: How should we understand a given social system of steering mechanisms as a system, CRIMINAL PUNISHMENT 25 in which criminal punishment plays only one, variable, role? This is a fundamental question, one that was first posed by the sociology of modernity but one to which only comparative lawyers can give convincing answers. Before leaving the sociology of modernity behind, I devote a few words to one of the most recent, and most stimulating, efforts: the theory of the “new penology,” proposed by Malcolm Feeley and Jonathan Simon.

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