Session 603: RS389 -> Criminal Punishment: Strategies, Philosophies and Attitudes
Time: Noon to 1:30 PM on Saturday, November 16
Place: PDR 4
Session Chair: Keri B. Burchfield, The Pennsylvania State University
Exploring the Illusion of "Get Tough" Super Punitive Social Control Strategies and Their Covert Erosion of Individual Rights and Social Control Standards in a Free, Open, Democratic Society: A Critical Assessment
by: H. James McGaha, Cleveland Capital University (Corresponding)
Influences on State Punitiveness: An Examination of Crime Rates, Public Attitudes, and Political Ideologies
by: Keri B. Burchfield, The Pennsylvania State University (Corresponding)
Lisa L. Miller, The Pennsylvania State University
R. Barry Ruback, The Pennsylvania State University
The Influence of Perceived Crime Seriousness on Punishment Policy: A Comparative Investigation
by: James P. Lynch, The American University
Melissa Schaefer, The American University (Corresponding)
Correctional Philosophy and Theory: A Comparative Analysis
by: John Winterdyk, Mount Royal College (Corresponding)

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