Penal politics at the threshold of the twenty-first century
This article examines the changing penal policies in industrialized countries since the 1970s. The author argues that the culture of capitalistic societies has redirected penal policies from rehabilitation ideology to a focus on punishment which is based upon the concept of individualism, yet the new penal policies are contradictory in that they focus on individual responsibility as well as the surveillance of dangerous groups.
Publication Name: Criminal Justice Review
Wash-out: a critique of follow-the-money methods in crime control policy
This article examines the use of law enforcement methods that eliminate the financial motives of organized crime by seizing illegal income after it is earned. These follow-the-money methods are critiqued in terms of their impact on law enforcement priorities, civil rights, and the tax system.
Publication Name: Crime, Law and Social Change
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