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Crime and justice debates have shifted from control to prevention, meaning that areas previously left aside policy have made a comeback in terms of both analysis and policy formulations. One of these areas is the question about social order and the role of the criminal justice system on it. While originally part of the core of sociological thought through Max Weber ’s works, trust in the institutions was outside the main paradigms of the explanation of crime. The identification of the limitations of the mainstream criminological thought and the empirical development of the procedural justice theory offers a way to retake these fundamental questions, allowing also for a theoretically grounded analysis of state reforms.
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