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- Emerald Group Publishing Limited 2012; US$ 114.95
A comprehensive and authoritative overview of issues relating to the evaluation of criminal justice/corrections interventions, this book draws on a range of theoretical, cultural and epistemological perspectives with authors from a range of disciplines and countries, and provides a unique reference for academics, practitioners and policy-makers. more...
- Taylor and Francis 2012; US$ 48.95
The past fifteen years have seen dramatic growth in imprisonment in the UK, yet our understanding of the lives and experiences of prisoners remains limited. Drawing on in-depth interviews with prisoners, this book aims to redress this by providing insight into various aspects of the lives of prisoners and their experiences of incarceration. more...
- Jonathan Ball Publishers 2010; US$ 17.50
On 9 June 2003, a 43-year-old coloured man named Magadien Wentzel walked out of Pollsmoor Prison in Cape Town. Behind him lay a lifelong career in the 28s, South Africa's oldest and most reviled prison gang, for decades rumoured to have specialised in rape and robbery. In front of him lay the prospect of a law-abiding future, and life in a household... more...
- Columbia University Press 2006; US$ 34.99
In this groundbreaking study, Jo Anne Schneider considers the reasons behind the limited success of most welfare reform initiatives and offers evidence-based recommendations for enhancing the effectiveness of welfare policy. Schneider draws on her rich and nuanced ethnographic studies of Philadelphia, Milwaukee, and Kenosha, Wisconsin to clarify... more...
- PM Press 2012; US$ 9.99
As it examines daily struggles against appalling prison conditions and injustices, this collection of real-life prisoners' stories and analysis of the prison landscape as it is today documents both collective organizing and individual resistance among women incarcerated in the United States. In 1974, women imprisoned at New York's maximum-security... more...
- Palgrave Macmillan 1998; US$ 64.00
Pat Carlen's compelling and compassionate analysis of the penal control of women at the end of the twentieth century is based on new research completed in 1997. She develops many of the themes of previous work, while introducing new concepts such as 'gender-testing', and 'ameliorative justice'. Skilfully and vividly presenting the words and views of... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2012; US$ 195.00
Here is a thought-provoking new book that provides a great deal of insight into administrative leadership, an essential component in the survival and effectiveness of social service agencies. In response to the enormous challenges that social service agencies are facing, including justification of their mission, mobilization of resources, and responsiveness... more...
- Constable & Robinson 2012; US$ 36.39
Prison is harsh enough, but as a foreigner (?farang?) in a strange land, jail time is an even more horrifying reality. Rotting in the Bangkok Hilton is a collection of short stories chronicling T. M. Hoy?s descent into the harrowing world of Southeast Asian prison life. Through his eyes, readers will experience the bizarre events of daily life in... more...
- The History Press 2012; US$ 13.11
Law and justice are not always one and the same. On the 27 November 1980, Peter Pringle waited in an Irish court to hear the following words: 'Peter Pringle, for the crime of capital murder … the law prescribes only one penalty, and that penalty is death.' The problem was that Peter did not commit this crime. Facing a sentence of death by hanging,... more...