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Author:  Russ Immarigeon.

Source: Volume 29, Number 01, Fall 2019 , pp.17-21(5)

Journal of Community Justice (formerly Journal of Community Corrections)

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Our regular summary of important books and literature includes reviews of seven new books: “On the Bowery: New York City 1971” by Edward Grazda (PowerHouse Books); “American Sentencing: What Happened and Why?” edited by Michael Tonry (The University of Chicago Press); “The Legal Process and the Promise of Justice: Studies Inspired by the Work of Malcolm Feeley” edited by Rosann Greenspan, Hadar Aviram, and Jonathan Simon (Cambridge University Press); “Psychiatry and Its Discontents” by Andrew Scull (The University of California Press); “The Palgrave Handbook of Prison and the Family” edited by Marie Hutton and Dominique Moran (Palgrave); “Holding On: Family and Fatherhood During Incarceration and Reentry” by Tasseli McKay, Megan Comfort, Christine Lindquist, and Anupa Bir (University of California Press); “The Selected Papers of Jane Addams, Vol. 3: Creating Hull-House and an International Presence, 1889-1900” edited by Mary Lynn McCree Bryan, Maree De Angury, and Ellen Skerrett (University of Illinois Press).

Keywords: Homelessness; Court Reform; Justice and the Legal Process; History of Psychiatry; Prison’s Impact on Prisoners and Families; Fatherhood and Incarceration; Hull-House

Affiliations:  1: Contributing Editor.

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