Integration of Detainees for the Reduction of Recidivism in Mauritius

by Chittoo, Hemant Birandranath
State: New
$63.99
VAT included - FREE Shipping
Chittoo, Hemant Birandranath Integration of Detainees for the Reduction of Recidivism in Mauritius
Chittoo, Hemant Birandranath - Integration of Detainees for the Reduction of Recidivism in Mauritius

Do you like this product? Spread the word!

$63.99 incl. VAT
Only 1 items available Only 1 items available
Delivery: between 2021-06-29 and 2021-07-01
Sales & Shipping: Dodax

Check other buying options

1 Offer for $63.99

Sold by Dodax EU

$63.99 incl. VAT
State: New
Free Shipping
Delivery: between 2021-06-29 and 2021-07-01
View other buying options

Description

Incarceration from the retributive rationale can be viewed as the justification for punishment that proposes that society has a right to punish, as long as it is done lawfully and proportionally to the wrong committed by the offender against components of society. Consequently, the medium of incarceration: the prison is the custodian of the offender, in the process of incapacitation which can be understood as a state of incapacity or being unable to be fully active or free. Moreover, over the years, prisons have been vested with a number of missions for the offender amongst which: rehabilitation. Rehabilitation, in the case of incarceration can simply be defined as the process of inducing internal change in the offender by external agents for behavior no longer prone towards offending. However, in Mauritius as elsewhere, a phenomenon known as recidivism occurs after incarceration. Recidivism can be defined as repetitious criminal activity, and a recidivist offender is an individual who engages in such activity. Each year, a large number of people, in our present case especially adult males are released from prisons.

Contributors

Author:
Chittoo, Hemant Birandranath
Khooblall, Harish

Further information

Biography Artist:
Chittoo, Hemant Birandranath
Dr. H. Chittoo is presently Associate Professor and Head of the School of Buisness, Management and Finance at the University of Technology, Mauritius. He has supervised more than 10 M.Phil/PhD degrees. He had been the Ag. Director General of UTM from 2013 to 2015.
Language:
Englisch
Number of Pages:
320
Media Type:
Taschenbuch
Publisher:
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing

Master Data

Product Type:
Paperback book
Release date:
September 16, 2019
Package Dimensions:
0.22 x 0.15 x 0.019 m; 0.526 kg
GTIN:
09786200316172
DUIN:
LTCJCNF2GM7
$63.99
We use cookies on our website to make our services more efficient and more user-friendly. Therefore please select "Accept cookies"! Please read our Privacy Policy for further information.