Auteur Henrique Carvalho is Reader in Law at the School of Law, University of Warwick, UK. Anastasia Chamberlen is Associate Profe...
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Henrique Carvalho is Reader in Law at the School of Law, University of Warwick, UK.
Anastasia Chamberlen is Associate Professor of Sociology in the Sociology Department, University of Warwick, UK.
Résumé This book questions punishment as concept, social phenomenon and contemporary practice. It unpacks punishment's nature and the assumptions that underpin it, examines its targets, objectives and implications, and aims to unsettle the idea that there is something common-sensical, necessary and unavoidable about punitive justice.
Introduction 1.What is Punishment? 2.Who Are the Targets and the Subjects of Punishment? 3.How Do We Punish and How Does It Feel? 4.When and Where Does Punishment Unfold? 5.Why Do We Punish? 6.So What? The Pathology of Punishment and the Promise of Justice