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Punishment, danger and stigma
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Mental health is a positive sense of wellbeing which enables us to survive pain, disappointment and from the stigma of being an ex-prisoner. Social exclusion increases the risk of reoffending, and prison is likely to make the problem worse. R Prisons are high crime areas. Official rates of assault in prison are based on incidents File Size: KB. Like shame, stigma is internally felt—often termed ‘personal stigma’—and imposed as ‘social stigma’. Institutional stigma, variously manifest in the framing, structure, and delivery of policy is often deliberately imposed as a punishment or deterrent to influence behaviour but is sometimes an unintended consequence of poor policymaking.
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Retributive punishment, or protecting society from danger, or applying the community's stigma of disapprobation. What should be a judge's aim in sentencing an offender. In this thought-provoking book Prof. Walker explores this and other important moral questions posed by modern systems of law enforcement.
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Retributive punishment, or protecting society from danger, or applying the community's stigma of disapprobation.
What should be a judge's aim in sentencing an offender. In this thought-provoking book Prof. Walker explores this and other important moralquestions posed by modern systems of law enforcement. Get this from a library. Punishment, danger and stigma: the morality of criminal justice.
[Nigel Walker]. Walker, N, Sentencing in a Rational Society (); Walker, N, Punishment, Danger and Stigma (). Smith, J and Hogan, B, Criminal Law (). Id at 4. I am indebted to Associate Professor Mark Findlay of the Law School, University of Sydney for since this book. In Punishment, Danger and Stigma, 25 Nigel Walker assesses the proper goals of criminal justice both in terms of philosophical theory and by consulting the best available empirical evidence con- necting theory to : David A.
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