Penal Policy and Social Justice
Examines the recent developments in penal policy, and asks whether they will make for more "justice". Drawing on international evidence the author asks whether making the punishment fit the crime can lessen the excessive penalization of the poor, the mentally disordered and racial minorities.
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Developments in Penal Policy during the 1980s
Penal Policy and Social Structure
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