Militarism, Criminal Justice, and the Hybrid Prison in England and Wales
Joe Sim expands upon Sudbury’s “World Without Prisons” manifesto to break through the “mystifying liberal fog” that pervades most academic criminology in the U.K. He discusses the expanding use of imprisonment in England and Wales, debates about the privatization of punishment, the growing militarization of criminal justice in the name of anti-terrorism, and the emergence of new strategies of resistance.
prison privatization, anti-terrorism legislation, militarization, war on terror
Citation: Social Justice Vol. 31, Nos. 1-2 (2004): 39-50