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This volume of "Studies in Law, Politics, and Society" contains a Special Issue on crime and criminal justice. It brings together the work of scholars whose work usefully illuminates central questions in about how we define and process those who violate the criminal law and about the technologies of policing and punishment. The articles published here exemplify the exciting and innovative work now being done in interdisciplinary legal scholarship.
Table of ContentsList of Contributors.
Zoning out disorder: assessing contemporary practices of urban social control.
Aspects of non-democratic policing: the rise of the NAZI policing system.
Protecting due process in a punitive era: an analysis of changes in providing counsel to the poor.
Judicial discretion and the unfinished agenda of American bail reform: lessons from Philadelphia's evidence-based judicial strategy.
Understanding mass incarceration as a grand social experiment.
Supermax prisons and the trajectory of exception.
Studies in law, politics, and society.
Studies in law, politics, and society volume 47.