The New Punitiveness

The New Punitiveness

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Throughout much of the western world more and more people are being sent to prison, one of a number of changes inspired by a 'new punitiveness' in penal and political affairs. This book seeks to understand these developments, bringing together leading authorities in the field to provide a wide-ranging analysis of new penal trends, compare the development of differing patterns of punishment across different types of societies, and to provide a range of theoretical analyses and commentaries to help understand their significance. As well as increases in imprisonment this book is also concerned to address a number of other aspects of 'the new punitiveness': firstly, the return of a number of forms of punishment previously thought extinct or inappropriate, such as the return of shaming punishments and chain gangs (in parts of the USA); and secondly, the increasing public involvement in penal affairs and penal development, for example in relation to length of sentences and the California Three Strikes Law, and a growing accreditation of the rights of victims. The book will be essential reading for students seeking to understand trends and theories of punishment on law, criminology, penology and other courses.John Pratt, Professor of Long-Term Care Administration and Director Long-Term Care Management Institute Saint Josepha#39;s College of ... Brown, D. (1990) a#39;Putting the Value Back into Punishmenta#39;, Legal Service Bulletin, 15(6): 177a€“185.


Title:The New Punitiveness
Author: John Pratt, Professor of Long-Term Care Administration and Director Long-Term Care Management Institute Saint Joseph's College of Maine Maine John Pratt, David Brown, Mark Brown, Simon Hallsworth, Wayne Morrison
Publisher:Routledge - 2013-06-17
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