Empirische Untersuchung des Verhältnisses der Anzahl von Metallsucherlnnen im deutsch-britischen Vergleich. Oder: wie wenig Einfluss die Gesetzeslage hat

@inproceedings{Karl2016EmpirischeUD,
  title={Empirische Untersuchung des Verh{\"a}ltnisses der Anzahl von Metallsucherlnnen im deutsch-britischen Vergleich. Oder: wie wenig Einfluss die Gesetzeslage hat},
  author={R. Karl and K. M{\"o}ller},
  year={2016}
}
In Deutschland und Osterreich setzt man seit den 1970ern zur „Losung“ des sogenannten „Metallsucher-Problems“ in erster Linie auf die Verscharfung gesetzlicher Regelungen und deren (angebliche) generalpraventive Wirkung. Aus der Hypothese der generalpraventiven Funktion restriktiver gesetzlicher Regelungen lasst sich eine Prognose ableiten, die empirisch untersucht werden kann: Je restriktiver die Gesetzeslage zur Metallsuche in einem bestimmten Land ist, desto weniger aktive Metallsucher… Expand
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