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November 7, 2006

The blogosphere on shame and banishment

The blogosphere can often adding interesting insights to debates over alternatives to incarceration, and here are some recent examples:

UPDATE: Corey Yung at the blog Sex Crimes has this thoughtful extended entry on banishment punishments in the US.

November 7, 2006 at 06:27 AM | Permalink

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» Banishment in the United States from Sex Crimes
One subject I am focusing on in my scholarship is the connection between sex offender residency restrictions and the historical punishment of banishment. As a result, I've done a fair amount of research on the subject of the legality of [Read More]

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» The Scarlet T-Shirt from Sex Crimes
There has already been some coverage around the blogosphere about this case, but since it is relevant to the topic here, I thought I'd mention it. From a news account:In a modern day version of the Scarlet Letter, Delaware Superior [Read More]

Tracked on Nov 8, 2006 10:27:35 AM

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