Table of contents for Crime, punishment, and politics in a comparative perspective / edited by Michael Tonry.

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Determinants of Penal Policy
Michael Tonry 
Comparative Penology in Perspective
Jean-Paul Brodeur
Visions of Penal Control in the Netherlands
David Downes
Penal Policy and Practice in Belgium
Sonja Snacken
Penal Policy in Scandinavia
Tapio Lappi-Seppala
Punitive Trends and Stable Imprisonment Rates in Canada
Cheryl Marie Webster and Anthony N. Doob
Crime and Punishment in Contemporary Japan
David T. Johnson
Tough on Crime: Penal Policy in England and Wales
Tim Newburn
The Illusion of Severity in French Criminal Justice Policy 
Sebastian Roché
Pardons and Amnesties as Policy Instruments in Contemporary France 
René Lévy
Comparing Penal Cultures: Responses to Child-on-Child Homicide in England and Norway
David A. Green

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Criminal justice, Administration of -- Cross-cultural studies.
Punishment -- Cross-cultural studies.
Crime -- Government policy -- Cross-cultural studies.