PRISON WITHIN SOCIETY by Lawrence Ed. Hazelrigg

PRISON WITHIN SOCIETY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A Reader in Penology intended ""to serve as a partial remedy to the inadequate flow of information from the research scientist to the correctional partitioner by providing the latter individual with an integrated and more readily accessible collection of some of the most important studies of the correctional organization"" (the editor). Twenty-four articles on ""Prison Within Society."" ""The Therapeutic Function of Prisons,"" and ""Problems of Organization With in the Prison."" A final note brings home the need for further studies of a similar nature.

Pub Date: Aug. 23rd, 1968
Publisher: Doubleday