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Peer Review Status: Refereed
Title: What do the public really feel about non-custodial penalties?
Authors: Stead, Martine
MacFadyen, Lynn
Hastings, Gerard
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Citation: Stead M, MacFadyen L & Hastings G (2002) What do the public really feel about non-custodial penalties?. Esmee Fairbairn Foundation. Rethink Briefings. Rethinking Crime and Punishment.
Keywords: criminal justice
Issue Date: 2002
Publisher: Rethinking Crime and Punishment
Series/Report no.: Rethink Briefings
Abstract: This paper looks at the feelings people have about prison and non-custodial sentences. Drawing on work conducted by the Centre for Social Marketing at the University of Strathclyde, it focusses specifically on how the public responds to seven key arguments that are often deployed to promote acceptance of increased use of non-custodial sentences.
Type: Technical Report
Affiliation: Institute for Social Marketing
University of Stirling
Institute for Social Marketing

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