Investment in prisons: an investment in social exclusion? Linking the theories of Justice Reinvestment and Social exclusion to examine Australia's propensity to incarcerate
Much of the conceptual space occupied by Justice Reinvestment theory suggests clear links with the theoretical framework of Social Inclusion and therein understandings of the social determinants of health. This article seeks to explore this mutually interested and unified relationship, and furthermore examine how their combined adoption in Australia would provide benefits for the general population as well as those in contact with the criminal justice system. Despite the existence of...[Show more]
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