Discourse Power and Justice

  title={Discourse Power and Justice},
  author={Michael Adler and Brian Longhurst},
1. Institutions, Actors and Trends in Imprisonment 2. Discourses and Discursive Struggles 3. Classification: The Core of the Prison System 4. Transfers and Careers: Reinforcing Classification 5. Regimes: Governors and the Marginalization of Other Professionals 6. Petitions to the Secretary of State Bureaucratic Accountability 7. The Prisons Inspectorate: Professional Accountability 8. The European Convention on Human Rights: Legal Accountability 9. Recent Developments in Penal Policy: Towards… 
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