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    Postmodern penality? GPS electronic monitoring and the new penology.

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    Within the latter half of the 20th century, contemporary academics have noted a significant reorientation of criminal justice policy and practice. Explanations for this reorientation have been explained by: the emergence of a postmodern penality (Feeley and Simon, 1992); the limits of the sovereign state and the culture of high crime societies (Garland, 1996, 2000); and the imposition of \u27New Right\u27 politics (O\u27Malley, 1999). This thesis specifically examines Feeley and Simon\u27s proposition that a postmodern penality has emerged. It is argued that rather than a replacement of the old penology with a new penology paradigm, contemporary practices are more characteristic of a hybridization of discourse, objectives, and practices. Utilizing Global Positioning Satellite (GPS) electronic monitoring as a referent, the tenets of the old and new penology are examined. Results indicate that GPS electronic monitoring operations represent an amalgamation of both old and new penology attributes. It is suggested that while there may be an attempt to implement a new penology at macro level practice, micro level public politics may exert sufficient political pressure to coerce an amalgamation of both old and new penology ideals.Dept. of Sociology and Anthropology. Paper copy at Leddy Library: Theses & Major Papers - Basement, West Bldg. / Call Number: Thesis2004 .C68. Source: Masters Abstracts International, Volume: 43-05, page: 1625. Adviser: Willem deLint. Thesis (M.A.)--University of Windsor (Canada), 2004

    The Sherman Anti-Trust Law: in its Relation to the Economic Welfare of The United Stats

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    Town of Sutton, New Hampshire annual report and vital statistics for fiscal year ending December 31, 2009.

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    This is an annual report containing vital statistics for a town/city in the state of New Hampshire

    The Ethics of Armed Conflict

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    Develops generalised just war principles that can be applied to all forms of armed conflict

    The Ethics of Armed Conflict

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    Develops generalised just war principles that can be applied to all forms of armed conflict

    Ellsworth American : April 21, 1909

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    2001 annual report for the town and schools of Weare, New Hampshire.

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    This is an annual report containing vital statistics for a town/city in the state of New Hampshire

    Antecedents and consequences of inmate population characteristics in Illinois county jails / CAC No. 184

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    Senate journal, 7 June 2001.

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    Titles and imprints vary; Some volumes include miscellaneous state documents and reports; Rules of the Senat
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