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Quantity 37 of "Studies in legislations, Politics, and Society" offers a different factor dedicated to exploring humanistic views with regards to punishment. Drawing jointly a special staff of interdisciplinary students, it explores the best way "deviant" matters are developed and made on hand for punishment, the philosophical context during which judgements approximately punishment are made, and the internal workings of the penal equipment. diversified of their theoretical inspirations and ways, the articles released the following characterize an important enhance in our knowing of the complicated intersections of punishment, politics, and tradition.

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