The Politics of Redress: Crime, Punishment, and Penal Abolition
The issue of punishment is central to criminology. In this study the author reassesses the significant arguments involved. It ranges from a comparative analysis of penal policies in various countries to philosophical debates about whether punishment is compatible with a just social order.
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