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From the back cover: 'This book is a heartfelt invitation to look beyond our taken-for-granted notions of crime, punishment and imprisonment. Have you ever asked yourself why most prisoners come from marginalised and disadvantaged groups? Have you ever wondered how much 'rehabilitation' really takes place in prisons? Have you ever thought, "There has to be another way?" This book is a passionate expose on the politics of imprisonment, as well as an inspiring account of alternatives. Addressing issues of class and race, and exploring the beliefs and ways of being which permeate the prison system, David draws primarily on his work with men in a maximum security prison, as well as on conversations with a range of people in Australia, New Zealand, and North America.'
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Book Description Dulwich Centre Publications, 1996. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110958667810
Book Description Dulwich Centre Publications, 1996. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0958667810