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Obsolescence and Immanence in Penal Theory and Policy.

Source: (2005) Columbia Law Review. 105: 1233-1275.To be useful, theories of punishment must speak to the issues of their times. Predominant modern theories centering on desert and proportionality took shape in the 1970s when they spoke to concern... READ MORE

Varieties of Youth Justice

Source: (2004) Crime and Justice. 31: 1-20.This essay explores the variation that exists in the eight jurisdictions discussed in this volume. Section I describes one of the most important single facts about youth justice systems: a separate youth ... READ MORE

Crime and Justice: A Review of Research - Volume 25

Source: (1999) Chicago: University of Chicago Press.Restorative justice is discussed with respect to developments in North America, Australia and New Zealand, and Europe. Evaluations demonstrate that many restorative programs are more satisfying t... READ MORE

The future of punishment

Source: (1999) UCLA Law Review. 46(6): 1719-1940.Abstract Unavailable READ MORE

"Reconsidering indeterminate and structured sentencing."

Source: (1999) Sentencing & Corrections: Issues for the 21st Century (Research in Brief). No. 2 (September). Papers from the Executive Sessions on Sentencing and Corrections. Washington, DC: United States Department of Justice, Office of Justice P... READ MORE

The fragmentation of sentencing and corrections in America

Source: (1999) Sentencing & Corrections: Issues for the 21st Century (Research in Brief). No. 1 (September). Papers from the Executive Sessions on Sentencing and Corrections. Washington, DC: United States Department of Justice, Office of Justice P... READ MORE