By Mary F. Bosworth
The two-volume Encyclopedia of Prisons and Correctional Facilities goals to supply a severe evaluation of penal associations inside of a historic and modern framework. problems with race, gender, and sophistication are absolutely built-in all through for you to display the complexity of the implementation and meant result of incarceration. The Encyclopedia comprises biographies, articles describing very important felony statutes, and targeted and authoritative descriptions of the main prisons within the usa. Comparative info and examples are hired to investigate the yankee method inside a world context. The EncyclopediaвЂ™s four hundred entries are written through famous gurus. TheВ appendix encompasses a complete directory of each federal felony within the united states, entire with facility information and repair info.
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As such ideas were being explored and expanded within the academy, abolitionist activism of another sort was taking shape on the ground. In the late 1960s, a prison reform movement was brewing in Scandinavia. The National Swedish Association for Penal Reform, known as KRUM, was founded in 1966. After just a few years this reform organization developed into the first unequivocally abolitionist body. Their assembly was composed of prisoners, ex-prisoners, lawyers, social workers, sociologists, inmate’s families, and psychiatrists thus representing a novel cohort.
Included in this list are the address and location of each facility, along with brief descriptions of the programs and treatment each place offers. It gives an overview of one of the largest and most important prison systems in the United States Acknowledgments There are many people to thank for helping to pull together this collection of entries. First of all, I have been incredibly fortunate in my editorial team. Jeanne Flavin, Jim Thomas, Esther Heffernan, and Stephanie Bush-Baskette really went above and beyond the call of duty.
We, as a society, seem to find it hard to imagine a different solution to criminal behavior. Yet, as the historical entries in these two volumes demonstrate, the prison has not been used so extensively for very long. Moreover, as other authors show, there are numerous alternative possible ways of dealing with those who break the law. This encyclopedia draws together up-to-date statistics and academic research to sketch out the scope of prisons and punishment in the United States. Its goal is to provide information on all the different types of penal facilities currently being used while keeping a broad focus on the prison itself.
Encyclopedia of prisons & correctional facilities by Mary F. Bosworth