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Whereas Michel Foucault’s writings are an important mainstay in penology, his involvement in the Groupe d’Information sur les Prisons (GIP) is generally given less consideration by criminologists outside France. Recently though, some scholars have revisited Foucault’s affiliation with the...
In France, while the invention of the penal prison represents a historical turning point, it is also in line with the repressive practices of the Ancien Régime . Reconstruction of the sociogenesis of the institution and of the general structure of prison reforms shows a peculiar historical...
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