Vol.I, No.3, 2010

Editorial

PROBATION junior TEAM

Abstract: We in our third edition of the scientific journal, PROBATION junior. Our key objectives and approach through your support ensure that the criminal justice field maintains an air of creativity of which source is inexhaustible.We observed more and more, an optimistic and entrepreneurial spirit in this field, and more and more, a critical-resolving analyzes of young men regarding justice.

Key word: editorial

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A coherent voice on the international scene. Lisbon Treaty – a step towards federalization?

Cătălin Ștefan POPA

Abstract: The objective of the Lisbon treaty, signed into effect on 13 December 2007, was an attempt to develop a stronger cooperative relationship between European states, rather than a step towards federalization. This treaty strikes upon the foundation of a nation’s identity; the fear of enslaved mini-states – Europe’s past remains. The application of the Lisbon Treaty allows for multinational states the ability to provide for the economic development, peace, solidarity, and welfare for its citizens. As all member states apply the ideals of tolerance, unity, common good, ethos and justice to all and be able to stand alone as well.

Key word: treaty

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Inmate’s characteristic in prison

Diana Tamara HENER

Abstract: This article comprises research studies referring to the liberty deprived and penitenciary environment. Likewise, this article discusses the traits and types of personalities an individual can suffer. The premise for this research is psychological in nature because the research digs into an offenders’ personality but at the substantive and methodological levels, in order for psychological testing/research to take place. The felon’s personality is studied in a synergic perspective, meaning it involves clinical research, para-clinical examinations, biogenetic investigations, neuro-physiological interpretation, sociological research, and medical-legal resolution. Beginning with the old definition which states that man is a bio-psycho-socio-cultural entity, an inmate’s personality does not bring a new variation of human personality. Deviances appear mostly where society is undergoing an adaptation crisis, and once in a liberty depriving environment one can either keep it together or begin to experience personality disorders, mostly attributed to nervous breakdowns.

Key words: deviant, psychology

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Draftsman’s specific of art in prison

Cătălin POPESCU

Abstract: The prison environment can be dubbed as a place of “exile” for individuals who have violated the law in one way or another. In addition, penitentiaries have the capability during one’s sentence of transforming the individual’s personality. This can be seen in the use of various inmate identified interest, such as art, by penitentiary staff to design and implement social recovery programs. These programs have decisively contributed to the untapping of a multitude of artistic talents of inmates, in many cases transforming State inmates into contributing members of society.

Key words: art, inmate, prison

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The privacy and informational society

Gabriela CULDA

Abstract: This paper attempts to examine issues related to personal data protection and the right to privacy in the context of the current information overload society; through this research close attention was paid to the emergent threat of cyber crime. “Information Society” should be regarded as a different world for which there must exist better known and enforced rules, a world where we must first protect ourselves and be careful to whom we provide personal data. An essential issue is drawing the line between two important social values: individual and general protection and the right to privacy. There is always a price we must pay in order to be and remain protected as well having the accessibility to information. The question arises as to whether it is possible for these issues to cause unintended consequences social and technological changes that can be solved by law or is there a need to redefine our notion of privacy and/or intimacy?

Key words: criminality, human rights

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Our identity – acceptance of all

Cătălin Ștefan POPA

Abstract: Discrimination is the inability of becoming a different person in an interdependent unit.  We are individuals who need another, we must accept each other in order to gain freedom. Discrimination through the normality of life is widely accepted. It is the altering of the one’s appearance of this objectivity and the need to change reason that will cause a lessen in this reason. The opening of this freedom involves two distinct concepts: search and research. Before you are able to identify the differences between us, we must see the commonality. Intercultural projects involve the linguistic community, mutual understanding, and removed discrimination. Collaboration is inedible if we want an attenuation of discrimination.

Key word: discrimination

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