Life after Life Imprisonment - Clarendon Studies in Criminology (Hardback)Catherine Appleton (author)
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Publisher: Oxford University Press
Number of pages: 278
Weight: 481 g
Dimensions: 223 x 147 x 23 mm
Students should love the book - not only is there a painstaking review of the methods employed (chapter 2), but the summary of the existing literature [...] are models of clarity, rivalling any textbook account. * Nicola Padfield, Punishment and Society Journal *
We get a fascinating insight into the relationships that those offenders form with those supervising them, and for the first time an offenders account of which factors might mitigate or increase the risks of reoffending. * Andrew Keogh, Crimeline *
accessible to anyone concerned with offending populations, resettlement, or criminological research more generally. I would definitely recommend it. * Jennifer Sloan, Policing Journal *
This book represents a valuable contribution ot our knowledge about the resettlement of life sentence prisoners * Jonathan Bild, The Howard Journal *
The book is meticulously researched and the style is clear and concise throughout. It will be of interest to criminal justice students and practitioners and should be required reading for policy makers and politicians. * Neil Hutton, Edinburgh Law Review *
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