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This article explores imprisonment in contemporary Russia. Throughout the 20th century prisoners were central to the maintenance of the Soviet Union through forced labour and political correction that operated within a centralized system of management. It is argued that since the collapse of the...
Over the last three decades, the Israeli Criminal Justice System has begun to focus on the search for alternatives to imprisonment in order to reduce the number of prisoners, be it for economic reasons or in an attempt to find options for more appropriate punitive and rehabilitative methods. The...
This article describes interaction in a criminal (adult) court in which adolescents are punished. As a result of the particular set of courtroom dynamics and the youthfulness of the defendants in this court, two potentially conflicting ideas about punishment are expressed concurrently: (1)...
This article deals with the rise of the modern prison system in Denmark and internationally from the late decades of the 18th century until the mid-19th century. The theoretical focus will be on the interconnectedness of scientific and religious conceptions that – according to this...
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