Noun(1) the branch of criminology concerned with prison management and prisoner rehabilitation
(1) Over the course of the 20th century the practice of penology has witnessed a fierce struggle between proponents of punishment and proponents of rehabilitation.(2) With penology and prisons came the idea of rehabilitation, again somewhat inappropriate given the difference in civilian and military perceptions of undesirable character traits.(3) ├ö├ç├┐The history of penology ,├ö├ç├û he went on, ├ö├ç├┐is the saddest chapter in the history of civilization.├ö├ç├û(4) Such an epistemological approach to crime and penology is undoubtedly one of the study's major strengths.(5) He contributed ideas on education, political economy, psychology, penology , law, history, and political theory, which he set out in five books and over 1,000 essays.(6) These American penologists recognise the ├ö├ç├┐accidental├ö├ç├û criminal who falls into temptation or is led astray by bad example.(7) That decision made clear courts would defer to prison administrators so long as they were acting out of legitimate penological interests.(8) For most of the 20th century it was penological orthodoxy in the United States that juvenile offenders presented a special case and needed special courts, procedures, and treatment options.(9) Now our leading penologists and criminologists are much more subtle and sophisticated.(10) It might've come as a surprise to penologists that there are so many empty cells, since the overcrowding of Britain's prisons is legendary.(11) All the criminologist, penologist , and sociologist can get together and talk their theories and smack about recidivism and rehabilitation.(12) Although written like a novel, contemporary material is extensively used to bring out the 19th century penological penchant for capital punishment.(13) Its policy, he wrote, ├ö├ç├┐is reasonably related to legitimate penological interests.├ö├ç├û(14) Similarly, the study of punishment and the efficacy of the various sentencing options available to the courts is a matter for penologists to consider.(15) Certainly parole was an effort to demonstrate to critics that she was moving in accord with modern penological opinion.
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