Covering all the key topics across the subject of Penology, this book gives you the tools you need to delve deeper and critically examine issues relating to prisons and punishment. The second edition: explores prisons and punishment within national, international and comparative contexts, and draws upon contemporary case studies throughout to illustrate key themes and issues includes new sections on actuarial justice, proportionality, sentencing principles, persistent offending, rehabilitation, and abolitionist approaches to punishment features a companion website directing you towards relevant journal articles and web links. The book also includes a useful study skills section which guides you through essay writing and offers hints and tips on how you can get the most out of your lectures and seminars. This is the perfect primer for all undergraduate students of Criminology taking modules on Prisons and Punishment or Penology.There are no hard and fastrules about how dissertations should be structured, but a penology dissertation might be organised in the following way: Introduction to study and context to research question (Word count: 5a10 per cent) Whatis theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Prisons & Punishment|
|Author||:||David Scott, Nick Flynn|
|Publisher||:||SAGE - 2014-04-08|