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Introduction: Interpreting penal policymaking

Introduction: Interpreting penal policymaking
Introduction: Interpreting penal policymaking
This special issue contributes to the efforts to understand and explain penal change by exploring and illustrating what it means to examine penal policymaking through a range of interpretive lenses and via a number of specific case studies. There is, at present, renewed interest in the exploration of penal change and the political dynamics that drive, underpin, and relate to, developments in penal policy and practice (see, for example, Barker and Miller 2017; Birkett 2018; Goodman, Page and Phelps 2017; Jennings et al. 2018; Lacey, Soskice and Hope 2018; Loader and Sparks 2016; Reiner 2017). This latest wave of scholarship is situated within, and owes great intellectual debts to, a rich extant literature whose foundations, due to the interdisciplinary nature of penological scholarship, span law, sociology, philosophy, social theory, political science, and beyond.
interpretive political analysis, Penal policy
2059-1098
295-301
Annison, Harry
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Telford, Mark
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Boswell, John
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Annison, Harry
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Telford, Mark
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Boswell, John
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Annison, Harry, Telford, Mark and Boswell, John (2018) Introduction: Interpreting penal policymaking. The Howard Journal of Crime and Justice, 57 (3), 295-301. (doi:10.1111/hojo.12282).

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Abstract

This special issue contributes to the efforts to understand and explain penal change by exploring and illustrating what it means to examine penal policymaking through a range of interpretive lenses and via a number of specific case studies. There is, at present, renewed interest in the exploration of penal change and the political dynamics that drive, underpin, and relate to, developments in penal policy and practice (see, for example, Barker and Miller 2017; Birkett 2018; Goodman, Page and Phelps 2017; Jennings et al. 2018; Lacey, Soskice and Hope 2018; Loader and Sparks 2016; Reiner 2017). This latest wave of scholarship is situated within, and owes great intellectual debts to, a rich extant literature whose foundations, due to the interdisciplinary nature of penological scholarship, span law, sociology, philosophy, social theory, political science, and beyond.

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Accepted/In Press date: 1 August 2018
e-pub ahead of print date: 3 September 2018
Published date: 3 September 2018
Keywords: interpretive political analysis, Penal policy

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Local EPrints ID: 424254
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/424254
ISSN: 2059-1098
PURE UUID: d9349f54-8fed-4c4d-9258-f2b14666fd16
ORCID for Harry Annison: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0001-6042-038X

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Date deposited: 05 Oct 2018 11:35
Last modified: 17 Dec 2019 01:36

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