Understanding prison policy: the sociology of punishment and policy-making -- Prison policy in Ireland from independence to ’the emergency’ - Civil War and conservative administration -- Prison policy during ’the emergency’: the recurring effects of subversion and stagnation -- Prison policy during the 1950s: low numbers and limited interest -- Prison policy during the 1960s: ’solo runs’ and social change -- Prison policy in the 1970s: subversion, suspicion and tension -- Prison policy during the 1980s -- Prison policy during the 1990s: the crucial decade -- Prison policy since 2000 and beyond -- Conclusion: unravelling the nature of Irish prison policy.
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