Daily Archives: May 17, 2017

Private Prisons Can They Work–Panopticon in the Twenty-First Century

[Translate] Private Prisons Can They Work–Panopticon in the Twenty-First Century    

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Prison Privatization and Inmate Labor in the Global Economy: Reframing the Debate over Private Prisons

[Translate] Prison Privatization and Inmate Labor in the Global Economy: Reframing the Debate over Private Prisons

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Civil Rights – Lock-Up for Government Contractor Impunity: Private Prisons Denied Section 1983 Immunity

[Translate] Civil Rights – Lock-Up for Government Contractor Impunity: Private Prisons Denied Section 1983 Immunity

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Breaking the Code of Deference: Judicial Review of Private Prisons

[Translate] Breaking the Code of Deference: Judicial Review of Private Prisons

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Accountability in Private Corrections Monitoring the Performance of Private Prisons in South Africa

[Translate] Accountability in Private Corrections Monitoring the Performance of Private Prisons in South Africa

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Do Government Agencies Respond to Market Pressures – Evidence from Private Prisons

[Translate] Do Government Agencies Respond to Market Pressures – Evidence from Private Prisons

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A Tale of Two Systems Cost, Quality, and Accountability in Private Prisons

[Translate] A Tale of Two Systems Cost, Quality, and Accountability in Private Prisons

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Private Prisons and Penitentiary System of the Republic of Serbia

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Private Prisons, Private Programs, and Their Implications for Reducing Reliance on Imprisonment in the United States

[Translate] Private Prisons, Private Programs, and Their Implications for Reducing Reliance on Imprisonment in the United States

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The Public Interest in Private Party Immunity” Extending Qualified Immunity from 42 U.S.C. 1983 to Private Prisons

[Translate] The Public Interest in Private Party Immunity” Extending Qualified Immunity from 42 U.S.C. 1983 to Private Prisons  

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