Protection Or Punishment?: The Detention of Asylum-seekers in Australia
Federation Press, 1993 - Asylum, Right of - 177 pages
The strength of this book is the special quality and varied expertise of the contributors. Together, they have written a powerful, comprehensive book on the major moral and political issue of how Australia should deal with border refugees and boat people as asylum seekers.
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Politics and Public Opinion
The Law and Policy Outlined
Rationales for Detention
Detention Justice and Compassion
Is Detention Justified?
Human Rights Law and the Detention
International Politics and the United Nations
The Psychological and Psychosocial Effects
Effects of Incarceration
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