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  • Author(s) Liora Lazarus
  • SubtitleA Comparative Examination of England and Germany
  • Edition
  • Published1st February 2004
  • PublisherOxford University Press UK
  • ISBN9780199259830

A Comparative Examination of England and Germany

This volume aims to provoke reflection on the English conception and treatment of prisoners' rights, through juxtaposition with the conception of prisoners' rights in Germany. First, the German and English understandings of prisoners' legal status are examined; secondly these understandings are placed against the background of broader social, political, and legal factors; and thirdly, the methodological problems of comparative law are addressed.Readership: Academics and advanced students with an interest in prisoners' rights, human rights, comparative law or criminal justice, Human Rights lawyers and activists.

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  • Author(s) Liora Lazarus
  • SubtitleA Comparative Examination of England and Germany
  • Edition
  • Published1st February 2004
  • PublisherOxford University Press UK
  • ISBN9780199259830

A Comparative Examination of England and Germany

This volume aims to provoke reflection on the English conception and treatment of prisoners' rights, through juxtaposition with the conception of prisoners' rights in Germany. First, the German and English understandings of prisoners' legal status are examined; secondly these understandings are placed against the background of broader social, political, and legal factors; and thirdly, the methodological problems of comparative law are addressed.Readership: Academics and advanced students with an interest in prisoners' rights, human rights, comparative law or criminal justice, Human Rights lawyers and activists.
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