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Prison policy in Ireland: politics, penal-welfarism and political imprisonment

Mary Rogan

Prison policy in Ireland: politics, penal-welfarism and political imprisonment

by Mary Rogan

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Published by Routledge in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Prison administration,
  • Punishment,
  • Prisons

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [219]-230) and index.

    StatementMary Rogan
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV9650.3 .R64 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 246 p. :
    Number of Pages246
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24881173M
    ISBN 109780415616188, 9780415616195, 9780203828885
    LC Control Number2010038947

    ROISIN MULGREW, The role of oversight in foreign-national only prisons: Countering the disapplication of rehabilitation Crime, Law and Social Change: Special Issue ' European and UN Monitoring of Penal and Prison Policies as a Sources of Inverted Panoptican'. 70, Penal welfarism as defined by Garland () as a structural response to crime that is composed of two ideological standpoints. Due process and proportionate punishment, with their inherent liberal ideologies, ensure that all the rights of the juvenile offender are respected.

    Review of Rogan, Mary, Prison Policy in Ireland: Politics, Penal-Welfarism and Political Imprisonment (London: Routledge, ) Number of pages: 3 Posted: 21 May Taja-Nia Y. . The sociology of imprisonment; prison subcultures; development of ethnographic literature on confinement; convict criminology and prison writing; prison research and the role of researchers in legitimating the practice of incarceration. Comparative penal policy: measuring and mitigating punitiveness; Scandinavian.

    New Arrivals. Listing recent additions from to sorted by publication date, most recent first. Prison policy in Ireland: politics, penal-welfarism and political imprisonment. Rogan, Mary. eBook | Introducing sociolinguistics. Meyerhoff, Miriam. Ireland's Magdalen laundries and the nation's architecture of. Crime, Punishment and the Search for Order in Ireland Shane Kilcommins Institute of Public Administration, - Criminal justice, Administration of - pages.


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Prison policy in Ireland: politics, penal-welfarism and political imprisonment by Mary Rogan Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book is the first examination of the history of prison policy in Ireland. Despite sharing a legal and penal heritage with the United Kingdom, Ireland’s prison policy has taken a different path. This book examines how penal-welfarism was experienced in Ireland, shedding further light on the nature of this concept as developed by David Garland.

This book is the first examination of the history of prison policy in Ireland. Despite sharing a legal and penal heritage with the United Kingdom, Ireland’s prison policy has taken a different path. This book examines how penal-welfarism was experienced in Ireland, shedding further light on the nature of this concept as developed by David by: This book is the first examination of the history of prison policy in Ireland.

Despite sharing a legal and penal heritage with the United Kingdom, Ireland's prison policy has taken a different path.

This book examines how penal-welfarism was experienced in Ireland, shedding further light on the nature of this concept as developed by David Garland. Mary Rogan’s Prison Policy in Ireland is being hailed as “the first examination of the history of prison policy” in the Irish Republic.

The central argument of this pioneering text – part history, part penology, part political science – is that prison policy in Ireland, since the foundation of the Republic inhas been shaped more by crisis moments and individual change agents than by systematic, evidence-based policy.

This book is the first examination of the history of prison policy in Ireland. Despite sharing a legal and penal heritage with the United Kingdom, Ireland’s prison policy has taken a different path. This book examines how penal-welfarism was experienced in Ireland, shedding further light on the nature of this concept as developed by David by: Prison Policy in Ireland: Politics, Penal-Welfarism and Imprisonment by Mary Rogan.

Her research interests include prison policy, criminal justice policy-making, penal reform, prison law, penal politics and the history of punishment. She is a qualified barrister and current Chairperson of the Irish Penal Reform Trust. Recommended Citation.

Rogan, Mary, "Prison Policy in Ireland: Politics, Penal-Welfarism and Political Imprisonment" (). Books/Book by: academics. Nonetheless, an in-depth analysis of the development of Irish prison policy, as presented by Rogan in.

Prison policy in Ireland, has never been previously attempted. The book deals primarily with the adult male prison population and policies.

Chapter One explores and critiques the theoretical literature on the sociology ofAuthor: Liam Leonard, Tatiana Kelly. Review of Rogan, Mary, Prison Policy in Ireland: Politics, Penal-Welfarism and Political Imprisonment (London: Routledge, ) 3 Pages Posted: 21 May See all articles by Taja-Nia Y.

HendersonCited by: 3. Her research interests include prison policy, criminal justice policy-making, penal reform, prison law, penal politics and the history of punishment. She is a qualified barrister and current Chairperson of the Irish Penal Reform : Mary Rogan.

Mary Rogan, Penal policy: politics, penal-welfarism and political imprisonment, Pitzer College, California/United States of America., Invited Talk, Mary Rogan, Release and visits, Criminal Law Forum of practitioners and academics, King's Inns, Dublin, Ireland, Invited Talk, Professor Mary Rogan's research interests include prison law, human rights and imprisonment, and penal policymaking.

Professor Rogan received a first class honours degree in Law from Trinity College Dublin in before going on to obtain a BCL from the University of Oxford. prison policy in ireland: politics, penal-welfarism and political imprisonment books, full reviews THE FERTILE SOIL OF JIHAD: TERRORISM’S PRISON CONNECTION Books, Reviews in Brief.

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Ireland, and specifically their effect, or potential effect, on the formation of prison policy. Keywords: Ireland, prisons, Department of Justice, rehabilitation, criminal justice, prison policy, penal-welfarism, criminology, criminological research.

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This book will be of interest to those studying criminology, sociology, punishment, prison and penal policy, as well as professionals working in prisons or in the area of penal policy across the Author: Louise Brangan.

Mary Rogan, Prison Policy in Ireland: Politics, Penal-Welfarism and Political Imprisonment, Routledge, Oxon, ; pp. (with index):£ (pbk) Article Metrics Related ArticlesAuthor: Róisín Mulgrew. Taja-Nia Henderson’s scholarship focuses on the historical impact of punishment regimes on property systems in the U.S.

She is particularly interested in the legal histories of incarceration (including prisoner release and “reentry”) and chattel slavery. Prison Policy in Ireland: Politics, Penal-Welfarism and Political Imprisonment.

This book is the first examination of the history of prison policy in Ireland. Despite sharing a legal and penal heritage with the United Kingdom, Ireland’s prison policy has taken a different path.

This book examines how penal-welfarism was experienced in Ireland, shedding further light on the nature of this concept as developed by David Author: Mary Rogan.She is the author of Prison Policy in Ireland: Politics, penal-welfarism and political imprisonment (Routledge, ) and Prison Law (Bloomsbury, ).

Mary is a representative of Ireland on the International Penal and Penitentiary Foundation.This paper explores the experience of women offenders residing in the De Paul Hostel after release from custody.

Recent studies in Ireland and Britain indicate that on leaving prison women face many challenges and difficulties. The De Paul Hostel offers supported transitional accommodation for women leaving prison.

This paper discusses the women’s views on their time in the hostel and their.