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So what does 'and society' mean? : Towards the new agendas for sentencing scholarship

Tata, C. (2002) So what does 'and society' mean? : Towards the new agendas for sentencing scholarship. In: Sentencing & Society. Ashgate Publishing, Aldershot, United Kingdom, pp. 5-44. ISBN 978-0-7546-2183-6

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Abstract

This chapter aims to outline and illustrate some of the fundamental questions which a 'legal-philosophical in context approach' struggles to answer. It seeks to advance the case for a greatwer awareness of the sociology of sentencing and the kinds of insights and new agendas for research and policy it brings.