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In recent years, prison populations have expanded and new community-based sanctions have been instituted: penal culture has affected a much wider sphere of social life. The distinction between "the prison" and "the home" has been blurred by developments such as ored home imprisonment. Aungles examines the intersection of the prison and the home across a range of societies and the implications of current trends.
A Study of the Relationship Between Domesticity and Penalty (The Institute of Criminology Monograph ; No. 5). by Ann Aungles. Published June 1994 by Gaunt In. .
A Study of the Relationship Between Domesticity and Penalty (The Institute of Criminology Monograph ; No.
Institute of Criminology monograph series ; no. 5. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 260-291) and index. Uncontrolled Related/Analytical Title: Study of the relationship between domesticity & penality. by James R. Gregory with Jack G. Wiechmann. ISBN: 0844233072 Author: Gregory, James R. Publication & Distribution: Lincolnwood, IL. NTC Business Books, (c)1999. Author: Wiechmann, Jack G. Constitutional & administrative law in Hong Kong : text and materials by Peter Wesley-Smith. by by Peter Wesley-Smith.
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