05--Crime, Punishment, Corrections & Prisons

Adams, Stuart.  Evaluative research in corrections:  a practical guide.  Washington:  U.S. Dept. of Justice, Law Enforcement Assistance Administration, National Institute of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice:  GPO, 1975.  132p.

Barnes, Harry Elmer (1889-1968).  The story of punishment:  a record of man's inhumanity to man. Boston, MA:  The Stratford Company, 1930.  2nd ed.  Montclair, NJ:  Patterson Smith, 1972.  292p.  Reprint of 1930 ed., except for those pages the author revised prior to his death, and which have been reset.

Bates, Sanford.  Prisons and beyond.  Freeport, NY:  Books for Libraries Press, 1971.  334p.  Repriont of 1936 ed.

Beccaria, Cesare, marchese di (1738-1794).  An essay on crimes and punishments.  Translated from the Italian.  With a commentary, attributed to Mons. de Voltaire, translated from the French.  3rd ed.  London:  Printed for J. Almon, 1767.  London:  F. Newbery, 1770.  179p.

Christie, Nils.  Limits to pain.  Oslo:  Universitetsforlaget;  New York:  Columbia University Press, 1981.  Oxford:  M. Robertson, 1982.  121p.  Crime, punishment & ethics of pain.

Conrad, John Phillips.  Crime and its correction:  an international survey of attitudes and practices.  Berkeley:  University of California Press, 1965 & reprint 1975.  312p.  Published under the auspices of the Institute for the Study of Crime and Delinquency.

Cooper, Alison.  A punishment to fit the crime?  New York:  Franklin Watts, 1997.  32p.  A look at the current state of crime and the criminal justice system.

Davis, Bertha.  Instead of prison.  New York:  F. Watts, 1986.  128p.  Discusses how criminals are charged, sentenced, and incarcerated, the different philosophies and goals behind these measures, and ways criminals are currently rehabilitated outside of prisons.

Griffiths, Arthur (1838-1908).  Secrets of the prison-house, or, Gaol studies and sketches.  London:  Chapman and Hall, 1894.  Reprint:  New York:  Garland, 1984.  2 volumes.  Crime, prison & punishment in England, 1850-1922.

Grünhut, Max (1893-1964).  Penal reform:  a comparative study.  Montclair, NJ:  Patterson Smith, 1972.  486p.  Reprint of the 1948 ed. 

Heath, Carl.  Crime and humane ethics.  Foreword by the Rev. James G. Adderley.  London:  Allenson & Co., 1934.  48p.  Published for the National Council for the Abolition of the Death Penalty.

Heath, Carl.  On punishment:  a modern view of the rational treatment of crime.  London:  George Bell & Sons, 1913.  60p. 

Johnston, Norman Bruce, & Marvin E. Wolfgang, eds.  The sociology of punishment and correction.  2nd ed.  New York:  J. Wiley, 1970.  843p.

Kerr, Maxwell Grainger, ed.  Violence:  the community and the administrator.  Wellington:  New Zealand Institute of Public Administration, 1977.  145p.  Papers presented at the Institute's 1976 Convention at Christ church.

Reichel, Philip L., ed.  Selected readings in criminal justice.  San Diego, CA:  Greenhaven Press, 1998.  314p.

Rusche, Georg, & Otto Kirchheimer.  Punishment and social structure.  Foreword by Thorsten Sellin. New York:  Columbia University Press, 1939.  New York:  Russell & Russell, 1968.  First published, 1939.  268p.  A publication of the International Institute of Social Research.  Crime, punishment & prisons.

Saleilles, Raymond (1855-1912).  The individualization of punishment.  Introduction by Gabriel Tarde.  Translated from the 2d French ed. by Rachel Szold Jastrow.  Introduction by Roscoe Pound.  Montclair, NJ:  Patterson Smith, 1968.  First published in 1911.  322p.

Sandhu, Harjit S.  Modern corrections: the offenders, therapies, and community reintegration.  Springfield, IL:  Thomas, 1974.  342p.

Schlarman, Joseph H.  Why prisons?  New York, NY:  The Paulist press, 1937. 

Shaw, Bernard (1856-1950).  The crime of imprisonment.  Illustrated by William Gropper.  New York:  Greenwood Press, 1969.  125p.  First published, 1922, as the preface to English prisons under local government, by Sidney and Beatrice Webb.  First published separately under title:  Imprisonment.

Tallack, William (1831-1908).  Penological and preventive principles.  London:  Wertheimer, Lea, 1889.  New York:  Garland Pub., 1984.  414p.

Tallack, William (1831-1908).  Penological and preventive principles, with special reference to Europe and America, and to crime, pauperism, and their prevention;  prisons and their substitutes;  habitual offenders;  conditional liberation;  sentences;  capital punishment;  intemperance;  prostitution;  neglected youth;  education;  police.  2nd ed.  London:  Wertheimer, Lea & co., 1896.  480p.

Weiss, Karel, ed.  The Prison experience:  an anthology.  Introduction by Karel Weiss.  New York:  Delacorte Press, 1976.  366p.  The writings of prisoners, their families, friends, and other outsiders discuss various aspects, attitudes, philosophies, and implications of imprisonment and criminality.

Wilson, Joseph G., & M.J. Pescor.  Problems in prison psychiatry.  Caldwell, ID:  Caxton Printers, 1939.  275p.  Crime & psychology.

Wines, Frederick Howard (1838-1912).  Punishment and reformation:  a study of the penitentiary system.  Revised & enlarged by Winthrop David Lane (1887-1962).  New York:  AMS Press, 1975.  481p.  Reprint of the 1919 ed. published by Crowell, New York, with a new preface by T. H. Eynon.

Wines, Frederick Howard (1838-1912).  Punishment and reformation:  an historical sketch of the rise of the penitentiary system.  New York:  B. Blom, 1971.  339p.  Reprint of the 1895 ed.