Ranking Correctional Punishments
Views from Offenders, Practitioners, and the Public
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In this book, May and Wood draw on a number of studies they have conducted with convicted offenders (both in prison and supervised in the community), criminal justice practitioners, and the public in the past decade to provide new insight regarding the continuum of corrections proposed by Morris and Tonry in their 1990 classic work Between Prison and Probation. May and Wood's findings call into question the idea of a continuum with prison on one end and regular probation on the other and discuss the implications of these findings for both sentencing and community supervision strategies.
|Sold By||Carolina Academic Press|
|ISBNs||1531011942, 9781531011949, 1594605890, 9781594605895|
|Number of Pages||184|