Session 307: LA14 -> Table 7: Issues in Punishment
Time: 2:40PM to 4:10 PM on Thursday, November 16
Place: H-Plaza Ballroom W
Session Chair: [To Be Assigned]
Prison Alternatives: Are the Sanctions Standard of Widen the Net of Social Control
by: Jodie Naiburg, Crime and Justice Research Institute (Corresponding)
Lillian Dote, Temple University
Alan Harland, Temple University
Twenty Years of Efforts to Reduce Jail Crowding in Philadelphia: What Have We Learned?
by: M. Kay Harris, Temple University (Corresponding)
Cruel and Unusual Punishment: Critical Reflections on Emerging Trends
by: Simon Hallsworth, London Guildhall University (Corresponding)
Getting to Death: Fairness and Efficiency in the Processing and Conclusion of Death Penalty Cases After Furman
by: James Liebman, Columbia University (Corresponding)
Jeffrey Fagan, Columbia University
Valerie West, Columbia University
Executions: The Orchestration of Death
by: L. Kay Gillespie, Weber State University (Corresponding)

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