By Vivien Stern
Vivien Stern explains the forces dictating the form and path of crime styles and felony justice responses globally, arguing that many rules being pursued this present day, together with the so-called struggle on medicines and monetary regulations that bring up inequality, are literally growing crimes. She argues convincingly that the way in which ahead isn't harsher prisons or letting advertisement companies earn money out of privatized prisons. as a substitute, a brand new legal justice time table may still contain minimum use of the legal justice procedure, with policing in charge to neighborhood groups, imprisonment as a final inn, morally educative consequences that gain sufferers instead of simply punishing the perpetrators, and a renewed emphasis on social justice and monetary improvement that merits every body.
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But in many ways all prisons are the same. In particular, the people will be the same. People in prison are not a cross-section of society as a whole. A breakdown of the population in prison in any country would not show a proportion of the professional and managerial classes, a good number of the wealthy and an equal representation of men and women, all ethnic groups, the old and the young. Most prisoners are men, young and poor. Common sense suggests that is what one would expect. Crime is mainly a man’s business, a young man’s business, and it is primarily from amongst the poor that those criminals most often imprisoned are recruited.
Stern 01 14/3/06 9:45 pm Page 49 Behind the Bars: the Injustice of Prison make different choices about how to spend their money and place a different value on punishment. If Imprisonment Is an Unjust System, Does It Matter? Many readers who have got this far may be beginning to react. Questions may be coming to mind. We are talking here about prisoners. These are people who have committed crimes. It is all very well to be so concerned about prisoners, but what about their victims? They may well sympathize with some Irish hospital patients.
100 The United States has gone much further than any other democratic country in accepting the view that punishment should be as it was in the eighteenth century, an expression of total state power and a dramatic public event that serves to illustrate a victory in the contest between good and evil. How Much Imprisonment? This approach in the US is seen not just in its extreme punishments but in the amount of punishment it imposes on its citizens. In July 2004 another milestone was passed. Imprisonment rates are usually measured per 100,000 of the general population.
Creating Criminals: Prisons and People in a Market Society (Global Issues Series) by Vivien Stern