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Elite 31 Pages Complete Study Notes Year Uploaded: 2021

These study notes contain all notes from lectures, as well as some notes from readings and tutorial discussions. 1. Introducing imprisonment 2. Women in prison 3. Mental illness and imprisonment 4. The imprisonment of Indigenous people 5. Managing the prison: A view from the staff 6. Sykes and the ‘pains of imprisonment 7. Foucault on punishment 8. Cohen on social control 9. Actuarialism — the ‘new penology’ 10. Punishment in the Community 11. Community Re-entry and Reintegration 12. The future of punishment


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