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The Good Prison: Conscience, crime and punishment

by Gerard Lemos

Why do some people commit crimes when others don’t? How can prisons stop offenders continuing with a life of crime? In this well-received book Gerard Lemos argues that conscience formed by family relationships and reinforced through community life is crucial. So prisoners need to become good partners, parents and citizens. Above all, prison must change how offenders see themselves. Training for employment will never be enough to permanently change prisoners' lives.

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