- Bottoms, A. E.
- Rex, Sue
- Robinson, Gwen.
- Alternatives to imprisonment.
- Alternatives to imprisonment -- Great Britain
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- Includes bibliographies and index.
- Introduction; 1 Trends in Crime, Victimisation and Punishment (Chris Lewis, University of Portsmouth); 2 Empirical Research relevant to sentencing frameworks (Anthony Bottoms, University of Cambridge); 3 Public opinion and community penalties (Shadd Maruna and Anna King, University of Cambridge); 4 Punishment as Communication (Sue Rex, University of Cambridge); 5 Diversionary and non-supervisory approaches to dealing with offenders (George Mair, Liverpool John Moores University); 6 Reparative and restorative approaches (Gill McIvor, University of Stirling); 7 Rehabilitative and reintegrative approaches (Peter Raynor, University of Swansea); 8 Electronic monitoring and the community supervision of offenders (Mike Nellis, University of Birmingham); 9 Dealing with substance-misusing offenders in the community (Judith Rumgay, Kings College London); 10 What guides sentencing decisions? (Martin Wasik, Keele University); 11 Sentencing management (Gwen Robinson and James Dignan, University of Sheffield); 12 Dimensions of difference (Hazel Kemshall, Rob Canton and Roy Bailey, De Montfort University); 13 Punitiveness in high crime communities (Anthony Bottoms, University of Cambridge, and Andrew Wilson, University of Sheffield); Index.
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