Prisons and Their Moral Performance: A Study of Values, Quality, and Prison Life

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Oxford University Press, 2005 - Social Science - 549 pages
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This book constitutes a critical case study of the modern search for public sector reform. It includes a detailed account of a study aimed at developing a meaningful way of evaluating difficult-to-measure moral dimensions of the quality of prisons.

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Alison Liebling is a University Lecturer and Director of the Prisons Research Centre at the Cambridge University Institute of Criminology. She is also a Fellow of Trinity Hall, Cambridge. Helen Arnold is at the Cambridge University Institute of Criminology.

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