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- Introduction (the editors) Part 1 Punitive trends 2 The great leap backward: imprisonment in America from Nixon to Clinton, Loic Wacquant, (University of California, Berkeley) 3 Crime control in western countries, 1970 to 2000, Lyn Hinds (University of Queensland) 4 Continuity, rupture or just more of the 'volatile and contradictory'?: glimpses of New South Wales' panal practice behind and through the discursive, David Brown (University of New South Wales) 5 Supermax meets death row: legal struggles around the new punitiveness in the USA, Mona Lynch (San Jose State University) 6 The liberal veil: revisiting Canadian penality, Dawn Moore (Carleton University) and Kelly Hannah-Moffat (University of Toronto) 7 Contemporary statecraft and the 'punitive obsession': a critique of the new penology thesis, Roy Coleman (Liverpool University) and Joe Sim (Liverpool John Moores University) Part 2 Globalisation, technology and surveillance 8 Globalisation and the new punitiveness, Estella Baker (University of Leicester) and Jullan V. Roberts (University of Ottawa) 9 Engaging with punitive attitudes towards crime and punishment: some strategic lessons from England and Wales, Mick Ryan (University of Greenwich) 10 The ad and the form: punitiveness and technological culture, Katjo Franko Aaas (University of Oslo) 11 Electronic monitoring, satellite tracking and the new punitiveness in England and Wales, Mike Neills (University of Birmingham) Part 3 Non-punitive societies 12 Levels of punitiveness in Scandinavia: description and explanation, Ulla Bondeson (University of Copenhagen) 13 Missing the punitive turn? Canadian criminal Justice, 'balance' and penal modernlsm Jeffrey Meyer and Pat O'Malley (Carleton University, Ottawa) 14 When is a society non-punitive? The Italian case, David Nelken (University of Macerata) Part 4 Explanations 15 Modernity and the punitive, Simon Hallsworth (London Metropolitan University) 16 Elias, punishment and civilisation, John.
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