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The ‘carceral magnifying glass’, a magnifying mirror of French society. Maussian and user-friendly thinking to overcome the current political crisis
The problem with the efficacy of the French incarceration system and its role in the rehabilitation from delinquency questions the manner in which we act and think about living together. It questions the political dimension of a society that wants democracy but remains fearful and demands security....
Physical Stature of Georgia Convicts, 1770-1860
This data collection tracks the physical stature of Georgia convicts incarcerated between 1770 and 1860. Information includes age at incarceration, gender, complexion, height measurement in feet and inches, county in which conviction took place, occupation, place of birth, crime, month and year of e...
Capital Punishment in the United States, 1973-2010
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT IN THE UNITED STATES, 1973-2010 provides annual data on prisoners under a sentence of death, as well as those who had their sentences commuted or vacated and prisoners who were executed. This study examines basic sociodemographic classifications including age, sex, race and ethnic...
The Historical Course of Halgheh Mysticism in Iran
Abstract:The discourse upon the reasons of the formations and growth of historical and cultural phenomena is inevitably mandatory. A cultural phenomenon that has recently started to grow and attracted its own advocators is Halgheh Mysticism. The study at hand intended to utilize both research on the...
Undiagnosed Trichomoniasis Infection in the Population of Baltimore, MD: Data from the 2006 - 2009 Monitoring STIs Survey Program
The Monitoring STIs Survey Program (MSSP) monitored sexually transmitted infection (STI) prevalence among probability samples of adolescents and young adults aged 15 to 35 with landline phones in Baltimore, Maryland from 2006 to 2009. The MSSP collected survey data using telephone audio computer-ass...
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A Micro and Macro-Level Assessment of Juvenile Justice Placement Reform in Ohio, 2008-2015
Much of the analysis of juvenile justice reform to date has focused on assessing particular programs and their impacts on subgroups of cases at a particular point in time. While this is instructive as to the effects of those initiatives, it is essential to evaluate the impact of policy across multip...
Capital Punishment in the United States, 1973-2004
This data collection provides annual data on prisoners under a sentence of death and prisoners whose offense sentences were commuted or vacated during the period 1973-2004. Information is supplied for basic sociodemographic characteristics such as age, sex, education, and state of incarceration. Cri...
Prison Crowding and Forced Releases in Illinois, 1979-1982
These data were collected in the Illinois prison system where, in response to a prison overcrowding crisis, approximately two-thirds of the inmates released by the Illinois Department of Corrections (IDOC) were discharged prior to serving their expected sentences. This study was designed to evaluate...
The Presence of the Private Sector in Criminal Justice Enforcement and Its Comparative Study in the Criminal Laws of Iran and the USA
From 1980 onwards, the privatization under the influence of the neoliberal politics supremacy in the world entered the criminal justice arena as well. In that year, the government and the private sector entered into conventions that mandated the collaboration of the private sector in the process of...
Punishing white-collar offenders. Theory and function
The most prominent sentencing theories, also known as justifications for punishment, were developed long before white-collar crime entered mainstream criminology. Not surprisingly, the literature still focusses on the phenomenology of white-collar crime rather than on the issues of punishment. As a...
Criminal Justice Outcomes of Male Offenders in 14 Jurisdictions in the United States, 1985-1988
This data collection provides information on multiple prosecutions for individual offenders. The data are intended for use in the exploration and description of relationships among the various elements of the adjudication process (characteristics of the offender and offense and decisions made by var...
Impact of Sentencing Guidelines on the Use of Incarceration in Federal Criminal Courts in the United States, 1984-1990
The primary purpose of this data collection was to examine the impact of the implementation of sentencing guidelines on the rate of incarcerative and nonincarcerative sentences imposed and on the average length of expected time to be served in incarceration for all offenses as well as for select gro...
Racialized Cues and Support for Justice Reinvestment: A Mixed-Method Study of Public Opinion, Boston, 2016
These data are part of NACJD's Fast Track Release and are distributed as they were received from the data depositor. The files have been zipped by NACJD for release, but not checked or processed except for the removal of direct identifiers. Users should refer to the accompanying readme file for a br...
Of Illegitimacy -- The HDR consists of three volumes. The first one is a report on the work carried out over the last fifteen years which gives its title to the set, Of Illegitimacy (Volume 1, 124 p.). It proposes an epistemological reflection on a research career, on reflexivity and the social scie...
Biopower and Political Racism: UMA analyse from Michel Foucault Biopower and political racism: an analysis from Michel Fouedlt Biopower and political racism: an analysis by Michel Foucault
Português A experimentação de novos tratamentos e medicamentos valeu-se dos humanos como cobaias desde que estes se deram conta de que isso poderia colaborar para uma melhoria das condições de vida. Porém, foram produzidas vítimas. Apesar dos grandes benefícios, interesses científicos e individuais...
Process Evaluation of the Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (RSAT) Program at the South Idaho Correctional Institution, 1999-2000
This study is a process evaluation of a Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (RSAT) program at the South Idaho Correctional Institution (SICI), addressing the following research questions: (1) Did the SICI RSAT program as delivered conform with its stated goals and objectives? (2) Did the program r...
Contexts of Fear: Edward Ravenscroft’s Adaptation of Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus
Fear of a Catholic on England’s throne stirred high social and political anxieties that played out on the Restoration stage during the Exclusion Crisis. This paper explores the provenance of an adaptation of Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus by the Royalist playwright Edward Ravenscroft. Probably first...
Ethnography Inside: Female Imprisonment, “Prison Pain” and the Criminalization of the Acehnese in Indonesia
This article analyses the practical and theoretical process of structuring research fieldwork in a prison, and the specific research topics that it has led to shape. In 2011, my former research-assistant in Aceh, Indonesia, was sentenced to 20 years imprisonment for drug dealing. I subsequently carr...
Multi-site Family Study on Incarceration, Parenting and Partnering, 2008-2014 [5 States]
This collection contains data from the Multi-site Family Study on Incarceration, Parenting and Partnering [MSF-IP]. The MSF-IP is an evaluation of a grant program funded by the Office of Family Assistance (OFA) within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Administration for Childre...
Poetry and social discourse in French and Cameroon rap: Booba, La Fouine, Valsero and Maalhox le Viber
Like other “traditional” literary modes of expression, rap is a space where all forms of individual and social malaise can be enunciated and denounced. In addition to its aesthetic, poetic, musical and visual resources, rap reveals a social discourse. Its themes are inspired by personal experiences...
Capital Punishment in the United States, 1973-1997
This data collection provides annual data on prisoners under a sentence of death and prisoners whose offense sentences were commuted or vacated during the period 1973-1997. Information is supplied for basic sociodemographic characteristics such as age, sex, education, and state of incarceration. Cri...
The ‘political prison’ during the Algerian war: history and memory. (Forum of the Directorate for Prison Administration)
Le laboratoire de recherche et d'innovation de la Direction de l'administration pénitentiaire organise le 2 juillet 2021, de 10 heures 30 à 12 heures 30, une séance du Forum de la DAP intitulée La « prison politique » pendant la guerre d’Algérie : histoire et mémoire. De 1956 à 1962, la guerre d’Alg...
Evaluation of the Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (RSAT) Program at the Southern New Mexico Correctional Facility, 1997-1998
The goal for this study was to conduct a process evaluation of the Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (RSAT) program, called the Genesis program, at the Southern New Mexico Correctional Facility (SNMCD) by examining the program's structure and assessing its intermediate impact upon participating...
After years of decay, Baltimore City’s urban poor face disparities within an economic and political climate that demands austerity and personal responsibility. This qualitative research project aimed to identify the impact of deindustrialization on the socioeconomic changes within the community, the...
Management of Death Row Inmates, 1986-1987: [United States]
These data offer objective and subjective information about current death row inmates and the management policies and procedures related to their incarceration. The major objectives of the study were to gather data about the inmate population and current management policies and procedures, to identi...