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1Tracing the Links between Crime, Punishment, and Inequality: A Challenge for the Social Sciences
2Inequality and Punishment: The Idiosyncrasies of the Political Economy of Punishment
3American Exceptionalism in Inequality and Poverty: A (Tentative) Historical Explanation
4The Violence of Inequality: Race and Lobbying in the Politics of Crime and Criminal Justice in the United States
5Deplorable or Disposable? The Carceral State and ‘Breaking Bad’ in Rural America
6American Exceptionalism or Exceptionalism of the Americas? The Politics of Lethal Violence, Punishment, and Inequality
7The Political Economy of Punishment and the Penal State in Latin America
8Social Environments of Pervasive Incarceration: Lessons from Australia’s Top End
9Punishing Inequality: Notes on Social Worth from Sweden
10Housing Inequalities, Crime, and the Criminal Justice System: The Shifting Context in England and Wales since the 1980s
11From Ideologies, to Institutions, to Punishment: The Importance of Political Ideologies to the Political Economy of Punishment
12Prison, Subordination, Inequality: Again on a Marxist Perspective
13Exploring the Relationship between Crime, Punishment, and Inequality: Some Afterthoughts on Method
14Afterword: Unequal Punishment
- Tracing the Relationship between Inequality, Crime and Punishment
- Nicola Lacey, David Soskice, Leonidas K. Cheliotis, Sappho Xenakis
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