GLOBAL BIBLIOGRAPHY OF PRISON SYSTEMS (version 2.0)

with indication of {countries covered} and <keywords>

d Prepared February, 1998 through May, 1999 d

 

Abeba, Tesfagiorgis. 1992. A painful season and a stubborn hope: The odyssey of an Eritrean mother. Trenton, NJ: Red Sea Press. { Eritrea} <prisoners;women>

Adams, Robert, and Jo Campling. 1994. Prison riots in Britain and the USA. London: Macmillan. { England & Wales; United States} <riots>

Adeyemi, Adedokun A. 1994. "Personal reparations in Africa: Nigeria and Gambia." Pp. 53-66 in Alternatives to imprisonment in comparative perspective, edited by Ugljesa Zvekic. Chicago: Nelson-Hall. { Africa; Nigeria; Gambia} <restoration>

AFL-CIO. 1997. Prison labor: Are we heading back to the future? Washington, D.C.: Public Employee Dept., AFL-CIO. { United States} <labor>

Agencia Espanola de Cooperacion Internacional. 1991. La mujer en los centros de rehabilitacion social. Quito: Ministerio de Bienestar Social; Direccion Nacional de la Mujer. { Ecuador} <prisoners; treatment program; women>

Aguirre, Carlos Arturo. 1996. Criminology and prison reform in Lima, Peru, 1860-1930. Ann Arbor, MI: University Microfilms International. { Peru} <history>

Ahmad, Salim. 1997. Blood beaten track: Sheikh Mujib's nine months in Pakistani prison. Lahore: Book Traders. { Pakistan} <prisoners>

Akers, Ronald L., Norman S. Hayner, and Werner Gruninger. 1977. "Prisonization in five countries: Type of prison and inmate characteristics." Criminology 14:527-554. { England & Wales; Mexico; Spain; United States; Germany} <prisoner society; types>

Akerstrom, Malin. 1986. "Outcasts in prison: The cases of informers and sex offenders." Deviant Behavior 7:1-12. { Sweden} <discipline; prisoner society; treatment program>

Alata, Jean-Paul. 1976. Prison d'Afrique. Paris: Editions du Seuil. { Africa; Guinea} <prisoners>

Alexander, Neville. 1994. Robben Island prison dossier: 1964-1974. Rondebosch, South Africa: University of Cape Town. { South Africa} <prisoners>

Alkayam, Sami. 1988. Nidon le-ma'asar 'olam: yomano shel asir (Sentenced for life imprisonment). Tel-Aviv: Sifriyat po'alim. { Israel} <prisoners>

Amato, Nicolo. 1990. Oltre le sbarre. Milano: A. Mondadori. { Italy} <system description>

American Association of Law Libraries. 1990. Recommended collections for prison and other institution law libraries. Chicago, Ill.: American Association of Law Libraries. { Canada; United States} <administration; policy; rights>

American Association of Law Libraries. 1991. Correctional facility law libraries: An A to Z resource guide providing legal services for prisoners. Laurel, Md.: American Correctional Association. { Canada; United States} <administration; policy; rights>

American Correctional Association. 1981. The Mexican penal colony at Islas Marias: Implications for alternative environments for long-term incarceration. College Park, MD: American Correctional Association. { Mexico} <conditions; prisoner society; types; visiting>

American Correctional Association. 1983. The American prison: From the beginning . . . a pictorial history. College Park: MD: American Correctional Association. { United States} <history; types>

American Correctional Association. 1997. Security levels in correctional facilities. Lanhan, Md.: American Correctional Association. { United States} <security, system description>

American Correctional Association. 1997. Maternal ties: a selection of programs for female offenders. Lanham, MD: American Correctional Association. { United States} <treatment program; women>

American Correctional Association. 1998. Best practices: excellence in corrections. Lanham, Md.: American Correctional Association. { United States} <treatment program>

Americas Watch. 1990. Prison conditions in Jamaica. New York: Americas Watch. { Jamaica} <conditions; police lockup>

Americas Watch. 1993. Human rights in Jamaica: Death penalty, prison conditions and police violence. New York: Americas Watch. { Jamaica} <capital punishment; conditions; pretrial detention; rights>

Amnesty International. 1983. Political imprisonment in Zaire: An Amnesty International special briefing. New York: Amnesty International. { Zaire} <capital punishment; conditions; rights>

Amnesty International. 1984. Torture in the eighties. London: Amnesty International. { ~Global} <torture>

Amnesty International. 1984. Jamaica: the death penalty -- report of an Amnesty International mission to Jamaica. London: Amnesty International. { Jamaica} <capital punishment>

Amnesty International. 1986. Indonesia: Muslim prisoners of conscience. New York: Amnesty International. { Indonesia} <prisoners>

Amnesty International. 1987. Haiti: deaths in detention, torture and inhumane prison conditions. London: Amnesty International. { Haiti} <conditions; pretrial detention>

Amnesty International. 1987. Political imprisonment in the Republic of Korea. New York: Amnesty International. { Korea, Republic of (South)} <prisoners; rights>

Amnesty International. 1988. Colombia. New York: Amnesty International. { Colombia} <prisoners; rights>

Amnesty International. 1988. Chile, intimidation and harassment by clandestine groups. New York: Amnesty International. { Chile} <rights>

Amnesty International. 1988. Cuba: political imprisonment, an update. New York: Amnesty International. { Cuba} <prisoners; rights>

Amnesty International. 1988. Chile. London: Amnesty International. { Chile} <rights>

Amnesty International. 1988. El Salvador: Death squads, a government strategy. London: Amnesty International. { El Salvador} <corporal punishment; prisoners; rights>

Amnesty International. 1989. Egypt: Arbitrary detention and torture under emergency powers. New York: Amnesty International. { Egypt} <corporal punishment; prisoners; rights>

Amnesty International. 1989. Mauritania, 1986-1989: Background to a crisis; three years of political imprisonment, torture. New York: Amnesty International. { Mauritania} <conditions; corporal punishment; pretrial detention; rights>

Amnesty International. 1990. Chad, political prisoners held in secret: calling the government to account. New York: Amnesty International. { Chad} <corporal punishment; prisoners; rights>

Amnesty International. 1990. Cuba--the human rights situation. New York: Amnesty International. { Cuba} <rights>

Amnesty International. 1990. Egypt: Recent human rights violations under the state of emergency. New York: Amnesty International. { Egypt} <corporal punishment; prisoners>

Amnesty International. 1990. Papua New Guinea: Human rights violations on Bougainville, 1989-1990. New York: Amnesty International. { Papua New Guinea} <conditions; corporal punishment; rights>

Amnesty International. 1990. South Korea. New York: Amnesty International. { Korea, Republic of (South)} <conditions; rights>

Amnesty International. 1991. Bahrain: Violations of human rights. New York: Amnesty International. { Bahrain} <corporal punishment; prisoners; rights>

Amnesty International. 1991. China: Punishment without crime: administrative detention. New York: Amnesty International. { China} <pretrial detention; prisoners; rights>

Amnesty International. 1991. South Korea: Prisoners held for national security reasons. New York: Amnesty International. { Korea, Republic of (South)} <prisoners; rights>

Amnesty International. 1991. Egypt: Ten years of torture. New York: Amnesty International. { Egypt} <corporal punishment; prisoners; rights>

Amnesty International. 1991. Equatorial Guinea: Arrests of pro-democracy activists, a changing pattern of human rights. New York: Amnesty International. { Equatorial Guinea} <rights>

Amnesty International. 1991. Libya: Amnesty International's prisoner concerns in the light of recent legal reforms. New York: Amnesty International. { Libya} <rights>

Amnesty International. 1991. Morocco: Amnesty International briefing. New York: Amnesty International. { Morocco} <corporal punishment; rights>

Amnesty International. 1991. Union of Myanmar Burma: Arrests and trials of political prisoners, January-July 1991. New York: Amnesty International. { Myanmar} <rights>

Amnesty International. 1992. Malawi: Prison conditions, cruel punishment and detention without trial. New York, NY: Amnesty International. { Malawi} <conditions; discipline; rights>

Amnesty International. 1992. Egypt, security police detentions undermine the rule of law. New York: Amnesty International. { Egypt} <corporal punishment; pretrial detention; prisoners; rights>

Amnesty International. 1992. Afghanistan, reports of torture, ill-treatment and extrajudicial executions of prisoners. New York: Amnesty International. { Afghanistan} <capital punishment; corporal punishment; prisoners; rights>

Amnesty International. 1992. "Disappearances" in Honduras: A wall of silence and indifference. New York: Amnesty International. { Honduras} <rights>

Amnesty International. 1992. Israel/South Lebanon: The Khiam detainees, torture and ill-treatment. New York: Amnesty International. { Israel; Lebanon} <corporal punishment; rights>

Amnesty International. 1993. China, update on torture. New York: Amnesty International. { China} <corporal punishment; rights>

Amnesty International. 1993. China: Torture and ill-treatment, comments on the additional report of the People's Republic. New York: Amnesty International. { China} <corporal punishment; rights>

Amnesty International. 1993. Cambodia: Human rights concerns July to December 1992. New York: Amnesty International. { Cambodia} <rights>

Amnesty International. 1993. Brazil: "Death has arrived;" prison massacre at the Casa de Detencao, Sao Paulo. New York: Amnesty International. { Brazil} <pretrial detention; prisoner society; violence>

Amnesty International. 1994. Egypt: Human rights defenders under threat. New York: Amnesty International. { Egypt} <corporal punishment; pretrial detention; rights>

Amnesty International. 1994. Algeria: Repression and violence must end. New York: Amnesty International. { Algeria} <corporal punishment; pretrial detention; rights>

Amnesty International. 1994. Kuwait, three years of unfair trials. New York: Amnesty International. { Kuwait} <pretrial detention; rights>

Amnesty International. 1995. Japan: Prisoners on death row wait for secret, random execution. London: Amnesty International. { Japan} <conditions; rights>

Amnesty International. 1995. Amnesty International Report 1995. New York: Amnesty International. { ~Global} <rights; corporal punishment; capital punishment; conditions>

Amnesty International. 1995. Democratic People's Republic of Korea North Korea: Human rights violations behind closed doors. New York: Amnesty International. { Korea, Democratic People's Republic (North)} <conditions; corporal punishment; rights>

Amnesty International. 1995. Women in China: Imprisoned and abused for dissent. New York: Amnesty International. { China} <prisoners; women>

Amnesty International. 1995. People's Republic of China: Persistent human rights violations in Tibet. New York: Amnesty International. { China} <corporal punishment; pretrial detention; prisoners>

Amnesty International. 1995. Albania, failure to end police ill-treatment and deaths in custody. New York: Amnesty International. { Albania} <corporal punishment; pretrial detention; rights>

Amnesty International. 1995. India, determining the fate of the 'disappeared' in Punjab. New York: Amnesty International. { India} <corporal punishment; rights>

Amnesty International. 1995. Mongolia: Prison inmates starve to death. New York: Amnesty International. { Mongolia} <conditions; health; rights>

Amnesty International. 1996. Kuwait, five years of impunity: Human rights concerns since the withdrawal of Iraqi forces. New York: Amnesty International. { Kuwait} <pretrial detention; rights>

Amnesty International. 1997. Israel/South Lebanon, Israel's forgotten hostages: Lebanese detainees in Israel and Khiam. New York: Amnesty International. { Israel; Jordan} <pretrial detention; rights>

Amoretti, Ana, and Pierre Landreville. 1996. "Recycling offenders: re-incarceration trends in Quebec federal penitentiaries." Critical Criminology 7:20-42. { Canada} <release>

Andean Information Network. 1996. Children of Law 1008. Cochabamba, Bolivia: Andean Information Network. { Bolivia} <policy; prisoners>

Anderson, Allen F. 1996. "A perspective on China's new prison law." International Criminal Justice Review 6:79-88. { China} <policy>

Anderson, David C. 1998. Sensible justice: alternatives to prison. New York: New Press. { United States} <probation/parole/alternatives>

Anyidoho, Kofi. 1997. The world behind bars and the paradox of exile. Evanston, IL: Norhwestern University Press. { Africa} <prisoners>

Arbour, Louise. 1996. Commission of Inquiry into Certain Events at The Prison for Women in Kingston. Ottawa: Public Works and Government Services. { Canada} <conditions; types; women; history>

Ardaya Salinas, J. Ruben. 1997. De la Isla del Diablo a la isla de la libertad: un testimonio de la Fuga de Koati. La Paz, Bolivia: Cedoin. { Bolivia} <system description>

Arenal de Garcia Carrasco, Concepcion, and Carmen Diaz Castanon. 1993. Obras completas de Dna Concepcion Arenal. Madrid: Atlas. { Spain} <system description; women>

Arguello, Santiago. 1991. Prisiones: Estado de la cuestion. Quito, Ecuador: Editorial El Conejo: ALDHU. { Ecuador} <administration; prisoners>

Arnao, Giancarlo. 1990. "Drug policy as a factor of trends in trade and use of different substances." Journal of Drug Issues 20:443-449. { Italy} <drugs>

Aron, Nan, and Ellen L. Lutz. 1991. Prison conditions in Mexico. New York: Human Rights Watch. { Mexico} <rights>

Arroyo Gutierrez, Jose Manuel. 1995. El sistema penal ante el dilema de sus alternativas. San Jose, C.R.: Colegio de Abogados de Costa Rica. { Costa Rica} <history; treatment program>

Arroyo Munoz, Guillermo. 1987. El Modelo penitenciario costarricense en el Centro la Reforma. San Jose, Costa Rica: Universidad Nacional: Direccion General de Adaptacion Social. { Costa Rica} <administration>

Asia Crime Prevention Foundation. 1990. "Trends in criminality and criminal justice process in general." Asian Journal of Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice 8:176. { Asia; India; Saudi Arabia; Sri Lanka; England & Wales; Philippines; United States; Thailand; Malaysia; Bangladesh; Zambia; Fiji; Sudan} <system description>

Asia Watch. 1991. Prison conditions in India. New York: Human Rights Watch. { India} <conditions; pretrial detention; women>

Asia Watch. 1995. Prison conditions in Japan. New York: Human Rights Watch. { Japan} <conditions; corporal punishment; prisoners>

Australia Law Reform Commission. 1988. The Commonwealth Prisoners Act. Canberra: Australian Govt. Pub. Service. { Australia} <rights>

Australia Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody. 1992. Aboriginal deaths in custody: Response by governments to the Royal Commission. Canberra: Australian Government Publishing Service. { Australia} <indigenous people; pretrial detention; minorities>

Avila Granados, Jesus. 1993. Mazmorras que han hecho historia. Barcelona, Espana: Planeta. { Central & Eastern Europe; Western Europe} <history>

Aymard, P., and L. Devlieger. 1977. Differentiation of regimes and institutions in relation to dangerous prisoners. Strasbourg, France: Council of Europe - European Committee on Crime Problems. { ~Global} <types>

Azaola Garrido, Elena, and Cristina Jose Yacaman. 1996. Las mujeres olvidadas: Un estudio sobre la situacion actual de las carceles de mujeres en la. Mexico, D.F.: Colegio de Mexico, Programa Interdisciplinario de Estudios de la Mujer: Comision Nacional. { Mexico} <prisoners; women>

Badan Pembinaan Hukum Nasional. 1988. Laporan penelitian aspek-aspek hukum yang mempengaruhi penerimaan bekas nara pidana. Jakarta: Badan Pembinaan Hukum Nasional, Departemen Kehakiman. { Indonesia} <policy; rights; treatment program>

Badinter, Robert. 1992. La Prison republicaine: 1871-1914. [Paris]: Fayard. { France} <history; policy>

Baerveldt, Chris, and Hans Bunkers. 1997. "Limits to growth: the case of Dutch prison capacity." Crime Law and Social Change 25:153-172. { Netherlands} <statistics/research; policy>

Baldry, Eileen. 1996. "Prison privateers: Neo-colonialists in NSW." Howard Journal 35:161-174. { Australia} <privatization>

Balvig, Flemming. 1985. "Crime in Scandinavia: Trends, explanations and consequences." Pp. 7-17 in Scandinavian Criminal Policy and Criminology 1980-1985, edited by Norman Bishop. Copenhagen, Denmark: Scandinavian Research Council for Criminology. { Scandinavia} <statistics/research>

Balvig, Flemming, Joi Bay, and Jorn Vestergaard. 1997. Criminology yearbook 1996. Sankt Peders Straede 19, 1453 Copenhagen K, DK: Criminal Procedure Institute, Copenhagen University. { Denmark; Hungary; Japan; Uganda} <administration; health; statistics/research>

Bangui-Rombaye, Antoine. 1980. Prisonnier de Tombalbaye: Temoinage. Paris: Hatier. { Chad} <prisoners>

Barahona Pantoja de Morales, Carmen Amalia. 1996. Las mujeres privadas de libertad en El Salvador y el respeto a sus derechos humanos. San Salvador: Instituto Latinoamericano de las Naciones Unidas para la Prevenciaon del Delito y Tratamiento del Delincuente, Programa Mujer, Justicia y Gaenero Procuraduraia de Derechos Humanos de El Salvador. { El Salvador} <women>

Barclay, Gordon C. 1990. Criminal justice systems in Europe: England and Wales. Helsinki, Finland: Helsinki Institute for Crime Prevention and Control, affiliated with the United Nations. { England & Wales} <probation/parole/alternatives; system description>

Barreda Solorzano, Luis de la, and Laura Salinas. 1993. La Lucha por los derechos humanos en el sistema penitenciario mexicano. Mexico, D.F.: Comision Nacional de Derechos Humanos. { Mexico} <prisoners; rights; system description>

Baumgartner, Andreas. 1997. Die vergessenen Frauen von Mauthausen: die weiblichen Heaftlinge des Konzentrationslagers Mauthausen und ihre Geschichte. Wien: Verlag eOsterreich. { Austria} <history; women>

Bayer, Tulio. 1978. Gancho Ciego: 365 noches y una misa en la Carcel Modelo de Bogota. Medellin, Colombia: Ediciones Hombre Nuevo. { Colombia} <prisoners>

Bazan Diaz, Inaki. 1992. La carcel de Vitoria en la Baja Edad Media 1428-1530: Estudio etnografico. Vitoria: Diputacion Foral de Alava, Departamento de Cultura. { Spain} <history; policy; system description>

Beaumont, Gustave de, Alexis de Tocqueville, and Francis Lieber. 1988. On the penitentiary system in the United States and its application in France. Philadelphia: Carey, Lea & Blanchard. { France} <history; system description>

Becerra, Alfredo. 1994. Fuga de los Estados. Buenos Aires: Caja Editora. { Argentina} <history>

Ben, David Sarah, Peter Silfen, and David Cohen. 1996. "Fearful custodial or fearless personal relations: Prison guards' fear as a factor shaping staff-inmate relation prototype." International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology 40:94-104. { Israel} <prisoners; staff>

Bensinger, Gad J. 1983. "Prisons in Israel." Corrections Today 45:56-58. {Israel} <conditions; rights>

Bernheim, Hean Claude (Ed.). 1987. Suicide in prison. Quebec: Editions du Meridien. { Canada; France; Belgium; Switzerland} <health>

Birkenmayer, Andrew C., and Sandra Besserer. 1997. Sentencing in adult provincial courts: a study of nine jurisdictions: 1993 and 1994. Ottawa: Statistics Canada, Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics. { Canada} <statistics/research>

Birtles, Terry B. 1989. "Prisoners' rights in Australia." Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology 22:202-212. { Australia; New Zealand} <conditions; rights>

Bishop, Norman, Ann S. Osborne, and Tomas Pettersson. 1987. The drug free programme at the Hinseberg prison for women. Norrkoping: Research and Development Group, Swedish National Prison and Probation Administration. { Sweden} <drugs; treatment program; women>

Blaauw, Eric, Ad Kerkhof, and Riel Vermunt. 1998. "Psychopathology in police custody." International Journal of Law and Psychiatry 21:1-30. { Netherlands} <health; pretrial detention>

Blanchette, Kelley, and Laurence L. Motiuk. 1996. Female offenders with and without major mental health problems: a comparative investigation. Ottawa: Research Division, Correctional Service of Canada. { Canada} <health; women>

Blanchette, Kelley. 1997. An examination of medium- and maximum-security federally-sentenced female offenders. Ottawa: Correctional Service of Canada. { Canada} <health; women>

Boe, Roger, Arden Thurber, and Larry Motiuk. 1998. "Offender reintegration." Forum on Corrections Research 10:3-47. { Canada} <release>

Boe, Roger. 1998. A two-year release follow-up of federal offenders who participated in the Adult Basic Education (ABE) Program. Ottawa: Research Branch, Correctional Service of Canada. { Canada} <education>

Bogdanovi, Sanja. 1992. "Dru beni vidik delovanja zapora kot totalne institucije (Social aspects of the operation of prison as a total institution)." Iskanja 9:7-22. { Slovenia} <prisoner society>

Boiko, Igor B., and David Lester. 1995. "Self-aggression among Russian prisoners." Corrective and Social Psychiatry and Journal of Behavior Technology Methods and Therapy 41:67-70. { Russia} <health; prisoner society>

Boin, Arjen. 1998. Contrasts in leadership: an institutional study of two prison systems. Delft: Eburon. { Netherlands} <administration>

Borrey, Anne. 1992. Ol kalabus meri: A study of female prisoners in Papua New Guinea. Boroko, Papua New Guinea: Papua New Guinea Law Reform Commission. { Papua New Guinea} <prisoners; women>

Bottomley, A. Keith, and Adrian L. James. 1997. "Evaluating private prisons: comparisons, competition and cross-fertilization." Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology 30:259-274. { Australia; United Kingdom; United States} <privatization>

Boudouris, James. 1996. Parents in prison: Addressing the needs of families. Lanham, MD: American Correctional Association. { Canada; United States} <prisoners; visiting; women>

Boutellier, J. C. J. 1998. "Re-integration of ex-offenders." European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research 6:167-277. { Netherlands; Northern Ireland (UK)} <release; treatment program>

Bowery, Margaret. 1992. National prisons HIV Peer Education Program: An evaluation. Sydney: New South Wales Department of Corrective Services, Research & Statistics. { Australia} <education; health>

Brana, Shute Rosemary, and Shute Gary Brana (Eds.). 1980. Crime and punishment in the Caribbean. Gainesville, FL: University of Florida Center for Latin American Studies. { Caribbean; South America; Barbados; Jamaica; Trinidad and Tobago; Puerto Rico; Guyana; Suriname} <policy; system description; women>

Brand, Koolen M. J. M. (Ed.). 1987. Studies on the Dutch prison system. Amstelveen: Kugler. { Netherlands} <policy; staff; statistics/research; system description>

Braswell, Michael C., Reid H. Montgomery, Jr., and Lucien X. Lombardo (Eds.). 1994. Prison violence in America. Cincinnati: Anderson. { United States} <administration; prisoners; riots; security; staff>

Braybrook, Beverley, and Pamela Southey. 1992. Census of prison inmates 1991. Wellington: Department of Justice, Policy and Research Division. { New Zealand} <prisoners; statistics/research>

Bridgwood, Ann, and Gill Malbon. 1995. Survey of the physical health of prisoners, 1994. London: Her Majesty's Stationery Office. { England & Wales} <health>

Brill, Julie. 1988. Assesing reform in South Korea: A supplement to the Asia Watch report on Legal process. Washington, DC: Asia Watch. { Korea, Republic of (South)} <rights>

Brinc, Franc. 1976. "Organization, methods of work and efficiency of assistance provided to ex-convicts." . Ljubljana: University of Ljubljana; Institute of Criminology at the Faculty of Law. { Slovenia} <probation/parole/alternatives; release>

Brinc, Franc. 1979. "Some characteristics of implementation of prison sentence in France and Yugoslavia." . Ljubljana: University of Ljubljana; Institute of Criminology at the Faculty of Law. { France; Yugoslavia} <policy>

Brinc, Franc. 1982. "Implementation of prison sentence in open and half-way correctional institutions in the Socialist Republic of Slovenia." . Ljubljana: University of Ljubljana; Institute of Criminology at the Faculty of Law. { Slovenia} <policy>

Brinc, Franc. 1984. "Kazenski zavod kot terapevtsko okolje (Correctional institution as a therapeutic environment)." Revija za kriminalistiko in kriminologijo 34:319-331. { Slovenia} <treatment program>

Brinc, Franc. 1984. "Obsojen eva percepcija delavcev kazenskega zavoda (Inmate's perception of staff in correctional institution)." Revija za kriminalistiko in kriminologijo 35:224-235. { Slovenia} <staff>

Brinc, Franc. 1985. "Dolo itelji dru benega vzdusja v kazenskih zavodih v SR Sloveniji (Indicators of social climate in correctional institutions of SR Slovenia)." Revija za kriminalistiko in kriminologijo 36:304-317. { Slovenia} <prisoner society>

Brinc, Franc. 1985. "Vsebinska usmeritev delovanja slovenskih kazenskih zavodov (Conceptual orientation of Slovene penal institutions)." Revija za kriminalistiko in kriminologijo 36:207-221. { Slovenia} <policy>

Brinc, Franc. 1988. "Implementation of short-term prison sentences in the Socialist Republic of Slovenia." . Ljubljana: University of Ljubljana; Institute of Criminology at the Faculty of Law. { Slovenia} <policy>

Brinc, Franc. 1989. "Work in prison." . Ljubljana: University of Ljubljana; Institute of Criminology at the Faculty of Law. { Slovenia} <labor>

Brinc, Franc. 1990. "Vloga delva v prevzgoji obsojencev (Role of work in the rehabilitation of convicts)." Revija za kriminalistiko in kriminologijo 41:185-196. { Slovenia} <labor>

Brinc, Franci. 1990. "Delo obsojencev (Work in prison)." Revija za kriminalistiko in kriminologijo 41:12-23. { Slovenia} <labor>

Brinc, Franci. 1990. "Resocializacija obsojencev (Rehabilitation of prisoners)." Penoloski bilten 8:23-38. { Slovenia} <treatment program>

Brinc, Franc. 1990. "Prisoners' rights and their protection in the Republic of Slovenia." . Ljubljana: University of Ljubljana; Institute of Criminology at the Faculty of Law. { Slovenia} <rights>

Brinc, Franci. 1991. "(Demokrati na) Slovenia naj zagotovi zapornikom ve pravic ((Democratic) Slovenia should ensure more rights to prisoners)." Penoloski bilten 9:1-25. { Slovenia} <rights>

Brinc, Franci. 1991. "Pravice zapornikov in njihovo varstvo v Sloveniji (Prisoners' rights and their protection in Slovenia)." Revija za kriminalistiko in kriminologijo 42:3-15. { Slovenia} <rights>

Brinc, Franc. 1991. "Penological aspects of recidivism in Slovenia." . Ljubljana: University of Ljubljana; Institute of Criminology at the Faculty of Law. { Slovenia} <recidivism>

Brinc, Franc. 1994. "Capacities of correctional institutions, and living and working conditions (standards) of life for pre-trial detainees and convicts in the Republic of Slovenia." . Ljubljana: University of Ljubljana; Institute of Criminology at the Faculty of Law. { Slovenia} <conditions; pretrial detention; prisoners>

Brinc, Franc. 1995. "Prostorske zmogljivosti in standard kazenskih zavodov (Accomodation capacities and standards of correctional institutions)." Revija za kriminalistiko in kriminologijo 46:147-159. { Slovenia} <policy>

Brinc, Franc. 1995. "Social climate in correctional institutions in the Republic of Slovenia." . Ljubljana: University of Ljubljana; Institute of Criminology at the Faculty of Law. { Slovenia} <conditions; prisoner society>

Brinc, Franc. 1996. "Sentencing policy of courts in the Republic of Slovenia." Revija za Kriminalistiko in Kriminologijo 47:213-227. { Slovenia} <policy>

Brinc, Franc. 1997. "Dru beno vzdusje v zavodih za prestanjanje kazni zapora v Sloveniji (Social climate in correctional institutions in Slovenia)." Revija za kriminalistiko in kriminologijo 48:357-373. { Slovenia} <prisoner society>

Bringas, Alejandro Hernandez, and Luis F. Roldan Quinones. 1998. Las carceles mexicanas: una revision de la realidad penitenciaria. Mexico, D.F.: Grijalbo. { Mexico} <system description>

Brouwers, M., and M. Sampiemon. 1990. Women in detention. The Hague: Netherlands Ministry of Justice. { Netherlands} <drugs; health; statistics/research; women>

Brown, Mark. 1996. "Refining the risk concept: decision context as a factor mediating the relation between risk and program effectiveness." Crime and Delinquency 42:435-455. { New Zealand} <probation/parole/alternatives; statistics/research; treatment program>

Bruzitsov, Khristo. 1991. Tri khiliadi noshti v zatvora. Sofiia: Univ. izd-vo "Sv. Kliment Okhridski". { Bulgaria} <prisoners>

Brydensholt, Hans H. 1983. Prison management. Strasbourg: European Committee on Crime Problems. { ~Global} <administration>

Buda, Blanca. 1988. Cuerpo I, zona IV: el infierno de Suarez Mason. Buenos Aires: Editorial Contra Punta. { Argentina} <corporal punishment; prisoners>

Buntman, Fran Lisa. 1997. The politics of conviction: Political prisoner resistance on Robben Island, 1962-1991, and its implications for South African politics and resistance theory. { South Africa} <history; prisoners; system description>

Burton-Rose, Daniel. 1998. The celling of America: an inside look at the U.S. prison industry. Monroe, Me.: Common Courage Press. { United States} <administration; policy>

Busch, Tobias. 1988. Selective incapacitation: ein Beispiel fur den Versuch von Kriminalpravention durch. Munchen: Vvf. { Germany} <policy; probation/parole/alternatives>

Butler, Anne M. 1997. Gendered justice in the American west: women prisoners in men's penitentiaries. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press. { United States} <history; prisoners; women; prisoner society>

Byron, Carole. 1994. "Prisons and prisoners." Home Office Research Bulletin 36:3-63. { England & Wales} <statistics/research>

Caldwell, Grant. 1991. Malabata. North Ryde, NSW, Australia: Angus & Robertson. { Morocco} <conditions; rights>

Calliess, Rolf-Peter, and Heinz Muller-Dietz (Eds.). 1991. Strafvollzugsgesetz: Gesetz uber den Vollzug der Freiheitsstrafe und der freiheitsentziehenden Massregeln der Besserung und Sicherung mit ergaenzenden bestimmungen. Munchen: C.H. Beck. { Germany} <policy; prisoners>

Carli, Aldo. 1987. "Varovanje pravic obsojencev med prestajanjem kazni zapora (Protection of prisoners' rights during the implementation of prison sentence)." Penoloski bilten 5:27-32. { Slovenia} <rights>

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