O exame criminológico no Brasil à luz da criminologia clínica de inclusão social proposta por Alvino Augusto de Sá

Authors

  • Andressa Loli Bazo Department of Criminal Law, Forensic Medicine and Criminology of the School of Law of The University of São Paulo
  • Maria Isabel Lima Hamud Department of Criminal Law, Forensic Medicine and Criminology of the School of Law of The University of São Paulo
  • Natália Macedo Sanzovo Department of Criminal Law, Forensic Medicine and Criminology of the School of Law of The University of São Paulo

Abstract

Criminological examination is a controversial and polemic evaluation practice. In Brazil, there is little theoretical production on the subject and, among the existing publications, what is often found are criticisms that emphasize purely ideological aspects. Alvino Augusto de Sá diverges from common criticisms and stands out for his solid theoretical contribution in the area. The present work brings back the professional trajectory of this author by analyzing the technical evaluations of prisoners from the perspective of the Clinical Criminology of Social Inclusion, in order to review its historical evolution, highlighting critical aspects from the technical-theoretical point of view and presenting the third generation model proposed by Sá.

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Published

2021-10-01