Principled sentencing : readings on theory and policy /

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Other Authors: Von Hirsch, Andrew, Ashworth, Andrew, Roberts, Julian V
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Oxford ; Portland, Or. : Hart, 2009
Edition:3rd ed
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Table of Contents:
  • Thedecline of the rehabilitative ideal / Francis A. Allen
  • Empirical research relevant to sentencing frameworks : reform and rehabilitation / Anthony Bottoms
  • Assessing the research on 'what works' / Peter Raynor
  • Reaffirming rehabilitation / Francis T. Cullen and Karen E. Gilbert
  • Should penal rehabilitationism be revived? / Andrew von Hirsch and Lisa Maher
  • Studies of the impact of new harsh sentencing regimes / A.N. Doob and C.M. Webster
  • Punishment and deterrence / Jeremy Bentham
  • Deterrent sentencing as a crime prevention strategy / Andrew von Hirsch, Anthony E. Bottoms, Elizabeth Burney and Per-Olot Wikström
  • Optimal sanctions : any upper limits? / Richard Posner
  • Offenders' thought processes / A.N. Doob and C.M. Webster
  • Incapacitation and "vivid danger" / A.E. Bottoms and Roger Brownsword
  • Extending sentences for dangerousness : reflections on the Bottoms-Brownsword Model / Andrew von Hirsch and Andrew Ashworth
  • Incapacitation within limits / Norval Morris
  • Predictive sentencing and selective incapacitation / Andrew von Hirsch and Lila Kazemian
  • Themoral worth of retribution / Michael S. Moore
  • Proportionate sentences : a desert perspective / Andrew von Hirsch
  • Punishment, retribution and communication / R.A. Duff
  • Limiting retributivism / Richard S. Frase
  • Seriousness, severity and the living standard / Andrew von Hirsch
  • Therecidivist premium : for and against / Julian V. Roberts and Andrew von Hirsch
  • Conflicts as property / Nils Christie
  • Restoration and retribution / R.A. Duff
  • Reparation and retribution : are they reconcilable? / Lucia Zedner
  • Normative constraints : principles of penality / Jim Dignam
  • Restorative justice : an alternative to punishment or an alternative form of punishment? / Gerry Johnstone
  • Specifying aims and limits for restorative justice : a 'making amends' model? / Andrew von Hirsch, Andrew Ashworth and Clifford Shearing
  • Thelimits of restorative justice / Kathleen Daly
  • Lawlessness in sentencing / Marvin Frankel
  • Techniques for reducing sentence disparity / Andrew Ashworth
  • TheSwedish sentencing law / Andrew von Hirsch and Nils Jareborg
  • Sentencing policy development under the Minnesota sentencing guidelines / Richard S. Frase
  • Institutional consistency : appeal court judgments / Cyrus Tata
  • Criticisms of mandatory minimums / Cassia Spohn
  • Sentencing information system (SIS) experiments / Marc Miller
  • United Nations standard minimum rules for the administration of juvenile justice ("The Beijing Rule")
  • United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child
  • Rationales for distinctive penal policies for youth offenders / Franklin E. Zimring
  • Reduced penalties for juveniles : the normative dimension / Andrew von Hirsch
  • Thetransformation of the American Juvenile Court / Barry C. Feld
  • Restraining the use of custody for young offenders : the Canadian approach / Nicholas Bala and Julian V. Roberts
  • Abandoning sentence discounts for guilty pleas / Michael Tonry
  • Individualizing punishments / Michael Tonry
  • Hanging judges and wayward mechanics : reply to Michael Tonry / Ian Brownlee
  • Justice and difference / Barbara A. Hudson