The Penal System

Author: Michael Cavadino
Editor: SAGE
ISBN: 1526496801
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Now in its Sixth Edition, this remains the most comprehensive and authoritative book on the penal system, providing students with an incisive, critical account of the punitive, managerial and humanitarian approaches to criminal justice. Fully updated to cover the most recent changes in the Criminal Justice System, the new edition: Outlines contemporary policy debates on sentencing, staffing, youth custody and overcrowding. Explores growing inequalities in the criminal justice system including issues of race, religion, gender and sexuality, with new content on faith, and transgender prisoners. Considers the impact of privatisation on the probation service. Discusses the most recent debates around the parole process, including high-profile cases and attempts at reform. The book is supported by online resources for lecturers and students, including chapter PowerPoints, seminar plans, summaries of key legislative acts and bills, White Papers, consultation papers and official reports, regular updates on policy developments, a glossary, useful weblinks and links to further reading. Essential reading for students of criminal justice and criminology, studying penology, punishments and the penal system.

Comparing Prison Systems

Author: Nigel South
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1134388942
Size: 13,46 MB
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This book provides in-depth, orignal and critical analyses by leading scholars of the penal systems of 16 nations around the world, focusing on changes in social structure, culture and punishment since 1975. Contributors provide an international and comparative context in which to understand the impact of recent profound economic, social and political changes on penal theory and practice.

Penal Systems

Author: Michael Cavadino
Editor: SAGE
ISBN: 144620250X
Size: 11,54 MB
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'Cavadino and Dignan's Penal Systems: A Comparative Approach looks across national boundaries to see how penal systems differ and why. It is hands-down the most comprehensive and up-to-date book on the subject and should become a staple textbook for use in law and social science courses on comparative penal policy and practice' - Michael H. Tonry, University of Minnesota 'This book is an important addition to the literature on punishment. It is a highly readable and very well researched overview of some of the major differences in punitiveness between neo-liberal, corporatist and social democratic countries... This is a major contribution to comparative penology by two of the leading authors in this field' - Alison Liebling, Director of the Prisons Research Centre, UK 'A major and seminal work' - David Downes, Professor Emeritus at the London School of Economics Penal Systems: A Comparative Approach is a comprehensive and original introduction to the comparative study of punishment. Analysing twelve countries, Cavadino and Dignan offer an integrated and theoretically rigorous approach to comparative penology. They draw upon material provided by a team of eminent penologists to produce an important and highly readable contribution to scholarship in this area. Early chapters introduce the reader to comparative penology, set out the theoretical framework and consider whether there is currently a 'global penal crisis'. Each country is then discussed in turn. Chapters on comparative youth justice and the privatization of prisons follow. Comparisons between countries are drawn within each chapter, giving the reader a synoptic and truly comparative vision of penality in different jurisdictions.

African Penal Systems

Author: Alan Milner
Editor: Routledge & K. Paul
ISBN:
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Prisons And Prison Systems

Author: Mitchel P. Roth
Editor: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780313328565
Size: 14,44 MB
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Examines the diversity of prisons and prison systems throughout the world, allowing readers to better understand this integral part of the criminal justice system.

Slavery And The Penal System

Author: J. Thorsten Sellin
Editor: Quid Pro Books
ISBN: 1610273397
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The classic and groundbreaking study of penal slavery throughout the ages is available again. Previously a rare book, despite the fact that it is widely quoted and cited by scholars in the field of sociology, penology, and criminology, this book can now be accessed easily worldwide and be assigned again to classes. Now in its fortieth anniversary edition, Sellin's classic Slavery and the Penal System adds a new Foreword by Barry Krisberg at Berkeley. This edition also incorporates changes the author originally planned for a second printing, provided to Quid Pro Books by the Library Special Collections at Penn and authorized by his family. Part of the Classics of Law & Society Series from Quid Pro Books, the anniversary edition also includes explanatory Notes of the Series Editor by Steven Alan Childress, senior professor of law at Tulane University. A book that has become a standard part of the canon in its field, but over time grew to be too expensive for researchers and libraries to obtain, is now easily downloaded in a well-formatted ebook. Other features include linked Contents and notes, fully linked and paginated Index, and close reading of the text against the original so that its legacy is properly and accurately presented. This book traces the direct and indirect influences of the social institution of chattel slavery on the evolution of penal systems and practices in Europe and the United States — a dismal story. The author reveals the darkest and most brutal aspects of penal history and the social forces that resisted or nullified the efforts of reformers who sought to bring about humanization of the punishment. The book shows that domestic punishments inflicted on slaves by masters later become legal punishments for crimes committed by low-class freedmen — eventually to become legal sanctions against offenders regardless of social status. A dominant force is the class and caste structure of society that is reflected in the determination of what conduct should be defined as criminal, who should be punished, and what the punishment should be. Topics include ancient Greece and Rome, the Middle Ages in Europe, galley slaves and naval arsenal prisons in maritime countries, penal creation of public works, the rise of houses of correction, invention of the treadmill, practices in England and Russia, slavery in the antebellum South, and twentieth-century U.S. chain gangs, penal farms, and convict-lease system.

Towards The Development Of The International Penal System

Author: Róisín Mulgrew
Editor: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107027411
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Róisín Mulgrew explores and reconceptualises the way in which international punishment is implemented.

Western European Penal Systems

Author: Vincenzo Ruggiero
Editor: Sage Publications Ltd
ISBN: 9780803977204
Size: 10,95 MB
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"Strangely, very little is known about the changing nature of imprisonment throughout Western Europe and the different types of prison regimes, which operate in these countries. In a very welcome overview of those developments, Vincenzo Ruggiero, Mick Ryan and Joe Smith have brought together a number of European experts who provide an informed and accessible account of current developments." --Roger Matthews, Criminal Justice Matters "Full of provocative questions and vigorous argument: just right for stirring up sharper debate." --The Economist Review The first detailed study of a range of Western European penal systems, this volume offers a much-needed description of how prison systems and alternatives to custody are organized in eight different countries. Western European Penal Systems highlights several common trends in policy and strategy across Europe and also demonstrates that each of the eight countries has to an important extent its own culture of punishment that is constantly being reinterpreted and reworked. Each probing chapter provides readers with a critical anatomy and empirical overview of the full range of penal sanctions used as well as analysis of how these sanctions are implemented. Examining new and recent data, the contributors consider the mix of sentences, the nature of offenses, and the class, gender, and racial composition of the penal population. This unique text offers students and researchers in criminology as well as professionals in the administration of justice an enlightening comparative study of penal systems.

The English Prison And Borstal Systems

Author: Lionel W. Fox
Editor: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780415177382
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Theory for Today's Musician, Second Edition, recasts the scope of the traditional music theory course to meet the demands of the professional music world, in a style that speaks directly and engagingly to today's music student. It uses classical, folk, popular, and jazz repertoires with clear explanations that link music theory to musical applications. The authors help prepare students by not only exploring how music theory works in art music, but how it functions within modern music, and why this knowledge will help them become better composers, music teachers, performers, and recording engineers. This broadly comprehensive text merges traditional topics such as part-writing and harmony (diatonic, chromatic, neo-tonal and atonal), with less traditional topics such as counterpoint and musical process, and includes the non-traditional topics of popular music songwriting, jazz harmony and the blues. Written by an experienced textbook author and new co-author, both active classroom teachers for many years, Theory for Today's Musician is the complete and ideal theory text to enable today's student to accomplish their musical goals tomorrow. New Features to the Second Edition: An expanded unit on form that includes introductory chapters on sonata & rondo, to prepare students for learning form New "Back to Basics" online drills, keyed to the text, allowing students to brush up their fundamentals as needed New musical examples, including over 80 new musical excerpts from both art and popular music repertoires Expanded in-chapter exercises to promote and facilitate classroom interaction Carefully edited in response to market demands to create a more streamlined, flexible text New audio of musical examples (for both text and workbook), 50% re-recorded for improved audio quality An updated and relocated Chapter 33 on song composition in the jazz and popular folk styles, applying principles of text setting, melody composition/harmonization Companion website that houses online tutorial with drills of basic concepts This bundled pack contains the second edition of Theory for Today's Musician (ISBN: 978-0-415-66332-8) and the Theory for Today's Musician Workbook (ISBN: 978-0-415-66333-5)

Sentencing And The Penal System

Author: Christopher Harding
Editor:
ISBN:
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Harding and Koffman is the leading collection of materials on penal policy, and brings together key extracts from sources including cases and statutes, books and articles, official documents and reports. The second edition takes account of all recent statutory, common law and research developments and provides a thought provoking analysis of a complex subject by setting the sentencing and penal system within its contextual framework. Contains a diverse collection of materials within one cover. Critical, contextual approach to further understanding. Authors' questions assist understanding and provoke further discussion.