4 Criminology & Pub. Pol'y [i] (2005)

handle is hein.journals/crpp4 and id is 1 raw text is: Criminology & Public Policy
Volume 4    Number 1                           February 2005
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT, INNOCENCE, & PUBLIC OPINION
EDITORIAL INTRODUCTION ...................... Julian V. Roberts  1
EXECUTING THE INNOCENT AND SUPPORT
FOR CAPITAL PUNISHMENT: IMPLICATIONS
FOR PUBLIC POLICY .............................. James D. Unnever  3
Francis T. Cullen
REACTION ESSAYS:
ON REDUCING WHITE SUPPORT FOR THE DEATH
PENALTY: A PESSIMISTIC APPRAISAL... Steven E. Barkan  39
Steven F. Cohn
INNOCENCE, ERROR, AND THE NEW ABOLITIONISM:
A COMMENTARY ............................. Austin Sarat  45
PRIVATE PRISONS & RECIDIVISM
EDITORIAL INTRODUCTION ......................... Scott D. Camp  55
RECIDIVISM OF PUBLIC AND PRIVATE STATE
PRISON INMATES IN FLORIDA .................... William D. Bales  57
Laura E. Bedard
Susan T. Quinn
David T. Ensley
Glen P. Holley
REACTION ESSAYS:
PRISON PRIVATIZATION IN FLORIDA: PROMISE,
PREMISE, AND PERFORMANCE ............ Gerald G. Gaes  83
RECIDIVISM OF PUBLIC AND PRIVATE STATE
PRISON INMATES IN FLORIDA: ISSUES
AND UNANSWERED QUESTIONS ....... Charles W. Thomas  89
RESTORATIVE JUSTICE
EDITORIAL INTRODUCTION .......................... Todd R. Clear 101
RESTORATIVE JUSTICE, COMMUNITIES, AND
DELINQUENCY: WHOM Do WE REINTEGRATE? . Nancy Rodriguez 103
REACTION ESSAYS:
WHOM AND How Do WE REINTEGRATE?
FINDING COMMUNITY IN RESTORATIVE
JUSTICE ................................ Gordon Bazemore  131

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