Penal Systems: A Comparative Approach
SAGE, Oct 26, 2005 - Social Science - 400 pages
Penal Systems is a comprehensive, thematic introduction to the comparative study of penality throughout the world. By analyzing twelve different countries the authors offer a genuinely international and integrated approach to comparative penology.
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PENAL SYSTEMS IN CRISIS?
2 Globalized Penal Crisis?
Law and Order Ideology Hyperincarcerationand Looming Crisis
Stopgo and the upwards Zigzag
NeoLiberal Punitiveness Down Under
The Transition from Apartheid
PATTERNS OF PENALITY?
12 Comparative Youth Justice
13 NeoLiberal Youth Justice Systems
15 General Patterns in Youth Justice?
16 Prison Privatization
17 A Boot Stamping upon a Human Face Forever?
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