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6. Misconceptions of incarceration

  • Solomon
  • Sherman and Strang
  • Clarke

7. Situational crime prevention displaces crime rather than prevents it eg. criminals move to places with softer targeting

  • Farrington and West
  • Foucault
  • Felson and Clarke
  • Feeley and Simon

8. Retributive and restorative justice/ public and physical punishment

  • Durkhiem
  • Wilson and Kelling
  • Garland
  • Cohen

9. Rick factors includgin poverty, low academic ability, run-down neighbourhood, impulsiveness and hyperactivity and lone or poor parenting

  • Braithwaite
  • Feeley and Simon
  • Farrington and West
  • Solomon

10. 'Discipline' over social control/ panopticon/ subtle forms of punishment

  • Foucault
  • Solomon
  • Sherman and Strang

11. Reintergrative shaming

  • Garland
  • Braithwaite
  • Newman
  • Clarke

12. Harsher prison terms

  • Solomon
  • Clarke

13. Penetration/ size and density/ identity and visibility

  • Cohen
  • Garland
  • Newman
  • Feeley and Simon