Session 408: RS252 -> Justice and Sentencing: Emerging Issues
Time: 9:30AM to 11:00 AM on Friday, November 15
Place: Clark 10
Session Chair: Robert Kwame Ameh, University of New Brunswick
Policy on Crime on Measures and Punishments to Deprive People of Their Freedom: Positions Held by the Candidates for the Presidential Elections of 2002 in France
by: Pierre Pelissier (Corresponding)
The Politics of Reconciliation: The Competing Demands of Human Rights, Justice, Truth, and Reconciliation in Ghana
by: Robert Kwame Ameh, University of New Brunswick (Corresponding)
The New Penology: How Court Sentencing Practices Have Been Influenced by the Growing Emphasis of Actuarial Factors Over Individual Characteristics
by: Thomas Cohen, Pretrial Services Resource Center (Corresponding)
Social-Political Forces Driving Sentencing Policies in the United States and the Republic of South Africa
by: Steven Wood, CUNY Graduate Ctr/John Jay College of C.J (Corresponding)

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