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[While there may be increasing demands from some sectors within neoliberal democracies for governments to reaffirm their responsibility for the well-being of populations, the situation of non-citizens in many countries is becoming ever more precarious. Insecure immigration status opens up for...
[From the 1980s, risk-driven penal arrangements have come to play an increasingly significant role in the jurisdictions of the main Anglo-American societies. In various ways, these innovative measures have undermined the framework on which criminal law and punishment had been built in modern...
[In the United States today, it is hard to escape the sense that we are living in a society saturated by risks—from random gun violence to devastating forest fires to disasters related to crumbling infrastructure. There is a striking disconnect between this reality of pervasive risk and the...
[Predictions by some in the early 1990s that United States criminal justice was dominated by a “new penology” of rational risk management (Feeley and Simon, Criminology 30.4: 449–474, 1992; The Futures of Criminology 173: 174, 1994) proved at best premature, as the nation adopted extreme penal...
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