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191.106, Fall 2017

Dagan, David, Fall 2017
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editors, Francis T. Cullen, University of Cincinnati, Cheryl Lero Jonson, Northern… 2014 .

"For the first time in four decades, prison populations are declining and politicians have reached the consensus that mass imprisonment is no longer sustainable. At this unique moment in the history of corrections, the opportunity has emerged to discuss in meaningful ways how…
Amy E. Lerman and Vesla M. Weaver. 2014 .

Lerman, Amy E., 1978-,

"Argues that the broad reach of the criminal justice system has fundamentally recast the relation between citizen and state, resulting in a sizable--and growing--group of second-class citizens."
Marie Gottschalk. 2015 .

Gottschalk, Marie.

"The huge prison buildup of the past four decades has few defenders today, yet reforms to reduce the number of people in U.S. jails and prisons have been remarkably modest. Meanwhile, a carceral state has sprouted in the shadows of mass imprisonment, extending its reach far…
4. The collapse of American criminal justice Book , Online in English
William J. Stuntz. 2011 .

Stuntz, William J.

The rule of law has vanished in America's criminal justice system. Prosecutors now decide whom to punish and how severely. Almost no one accused of a crime will ever face a jury. Inconsistent policing, rampant plea bargaining, overcrowded courtrooms, and ever more draconian…
5. The collapse of American criminal justice Book , Print in English
William J. Stuntz. 2011 .

Stuntz, William J.

The rule of law has vanished in America's criminal justice system. Prosecutors now decide whom to punish and how severely. Almost no one accused of a crime will ever face a jury. Inconsistent policing, rampant plea bargaining, overcrowded courtrooms, and ever more draconian…
Jill Leovy. 2015 .

Leovy, Jill,

On a warm spring evening in South Los Angeles, a young man was shot and killed on a sidewalk minutes away from his home, one of hundreds of young men slain in Los Angeles every year. His assailant ran down the street, jumped into an SUV, and vanished, hoping to join the vast…
James Q. Whitman. 2003 .

Whitman, James Q., 1957-

Publisher's description: Criminal punishment in America is harsh and degrading-more so than anywhere else in the liberal west. Executions and long prison terms are commonplace in America. Countries like France and Germany, by contrast, are systematically mild. European offenders…
Jeff Manza and Christopher Uggen. 2006 .

Manza, Jeff.

Introduction -- Foundations -- The racial origins of felon disenfranchisement -- The disenfranchised population -- The contemporary disenfranchisement regime -- Political attitudes, voting, and criminal behavior -- Disenfranchisement and civic reintegration…
Marie Gottschalk. 2006 .

Gottschalk, Marie.

"Over the past three decades the United States has built a carceral state that is unprecedented among Western countries and in U.S. history. Nearly one in fifty people, excluding children and the elderly, is incarcerated today, a rate unsurpassed anywhere else in the world. What…
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Marc Morjé Howard. 2017 .

Howard, Marc Morjé,

"The United States incarcerates far more people than any other country in the world, at rates nearly ten times higher than other liberal democracies. Indeed, while the U.S. is home to 5 percent of the world's population, it contains nearly 25 percent of its prisoners. But the…
Mark A.R. Kleiman. 2010 .

Kleiman, Mark.

Since the crime explosion of the 1960s, the prison population in the United States has multiplied fivefold, to one prisoner for every hundred adults--a rate unprecedented in American history and unmatched anywhere in the world. Even as the prisoner head count continues to rise,…