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Vol. 41-4
Youth under Control: Punishment and Reform in the Neoliberal State
edited by Randolph R. Myers & Judah Schept

This special issue critically analyzes the social and penal policies aimed at young people in the United States, focusing in particular on the punitive role played by schools, juvenile courts, and community-based programs.



Vol. 41-3

Special section on PENAL ABOLITION AND PRISON REFORM; plus articles on US militarism in Latin America, hackers and privacy, the Víctor Jara case (read an extract here), and grassroots peacemaking in El Salvador.






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• Beyond Mass Incarceration
• Mexican and Chicano/a Social Movements


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