Session 214: RS152 -> Prisons, Politics and Crime
Time: 9:30AM to 11:00 AM on Thursday, November 14
Place: PDR 4
Session Chair: Jesenia Pizarro, Rutgers University
Supermax Prisons: Myths, Realities, and the Politics of Punishment in American Society
by: Jesenia Pizarro, Rutgers University (Corresponding)
Vanja M.K. Stenius, Rutgers University
Travis C. Pratt, Washington State University
The Statistical Relationship Between the Rate of Incarceration and the Rate of Crime in Each of the Fifty States: Has the Continuing Prison Expansion Changed Things?
by: Joseph Dillon Davey, Rowan University of New Jersey (Corresponding)
Influences of Social Disruption and Political Disaffection on Adult Imprisonment Trends
by: Rick Ruddell, University of Missouri - St. Louis (Corresponding)
Reincarceration in Japan: A Major Effect -- Now Surfacing -- of the U.S. Faith for Imprisonment
by: Elmer H. Johnson, Southern Illinois University - Carbondale (Corresponding)

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