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The papers may not necessarily meet the standards
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Justice Reflections.

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should not be construed as an endorsement
of views expressed within them.

Issue No: 31

Cover - Blue


From England
JR 211
CHURCH, STATE AND IMPRISONMENT: TOWARDS A SOCIOLOGICAL AND THEOLOGICAL CRITIQUE OF STATE PUNISHMENT

David Scott examines this topic from the standpoint of a prison chaplain who represents both church and state

From Canada
JR 212
PEOPLEHOOD AND LAW

Walter Klassen examines the paradigms of the story of Israel and the Anabaptist-Mennonite experience

From England
JR 213
LAW AND DISORDER

John Croft writes in the context of the 2011 riots to explore law enforcement, policing and moral standards

From Canada
JR 214
JUBILEE: HOPE, FORGIVENESS, FREEDOM, RESTORATION

Pierre Allard speaks at the PFI conference on these themes

From USA
JR 215
BY THE LIGHT OF VIRTUE: PRISON RAPE AND THE CORRUPTION OF CHARACTER

Mary Sigler uses a phrase from Milton to explore the the problem of prison rape in the United States

From England
JR 216
MULTI-FAITH CHAPLAINCY: SPIRITUALITY AND SHARED VALUES IN PRISON

Peter Tarleton, Khalil Kazi and Kate Jenkins Three prison chaplains working in Leeds share their experiences of working together

Issue No: 32
Cover - Salmon


From England
JR 217
PRIESTS, PROPHETS AND PASTORS: THE HISTORICAL ROLE OF THE PRISON CHAPLAIN

David Scott

From England and Sierra Leone
JR 218
INTER-RELIGIOUS PRISON CHAPLAINCY IN SIERRA LEONE
Peter Clark offers insights in to the Chaplaincy service in West Africa

From Canada
JR 219
RESPECT IN THE COMMUNITY

Pierre Allard - A paper delivered at the Lincoln Conference July 1991. Although delivered 22 years ago, this lecture remains as a challenge to our thinking for today on this important topic.

From England
JR 220
PRISON CHAPLAINCY

Fraser Smith, a recently retired Methodist chaplain looks back over 18 years in this work.

From England
JR 221
KEY BIBLICAL THEMES IN THE AREA OF RESTORATIVE JUSTICE

Terry Nowell, explores the concepts from the Bible which underpin the ethos of Justice Reflections

From England
JR 222
FORGIVENESS AND RESPECT

Brian Frost links the themes of respect and forgiveness in a challenging and still relevant way.

Issue No: 33
Cover - Green


From England
JR 223
GOD’S MESSENGERS BEHIND BARS: AN ETHNOGRAPHIC STUDY OF THE ROLE AND PERCEPTION OF THE PRISON CHAPLAIN IN THE NORTH EAST OF ENGLAND

David Scott seeks to understand the prison chaplain's role in a particular area of the UK.

From the USA
JR 224
CHRISTIAN LOVE AND CRIMINAL PUNISHMENT

Jeffrie Murphy shows how criminal law and punishment are contrasted with the concept of Christian love.

From Sierra Leone and England
JR 225
WHAT IS A CHAPLAIN AND WHAT IS PRISON CHAPLAINCY: AN ISLAMIC PERSPECTIVE FROM SIERRA LEONE?

Peter Clark gives new insights on the practice of chaplaincy by Muslim workers from a world context.

From Canada
JR 226
COMPASSIONATE JUSTICE: An Interdisciplinary Dialogue with Two Gospel Parables on Law, Crime, and Restorative Justice, Christopher D. Marshall, Eugene Oregon

Wayne Northey helps us better understand political theology from a renowned practitioner.

From England
JR 227
WORDS MATTER

Bishop Selby's Presidential address to the 2012 National Conference of Independent Monitoring Boards.

From the USA
JR 228
LOVE AND JUSTICE

Ronald W. Nikkel, an experienced writer and worker in criminal justice examines how these two strands interwine.

Issue No: 34
Cover - Yellow


From England
JR 229
FIRST AID IN PASTORAL CARE PASTORAL CARE OF PRISONERS AND DELINQUENTS

Alan Duce shows how Pastoral care can offer a more fulfilling life to offenders.

From the USA
JR 230
RESPECT IN THE HOME

Dr Howard Zehr demonstrates that the central reality of crime is not delinquency, but disrespect, and justice, therefore, must be about creating and restoring respect.

From England
JR 231
THE ENGLISH PRISON SYSTEM UP TO AND INCLUDING THE NINETEENTH CENTURY
Terry Nowell's study details the wider context of prisons and punishment in England to provide a backdrop for the whole work of chaplains and criminal justice practitioners.

From Norway
JR 232
VICTIM MOVEMENTS AT A CROSSROAD

Professor Christie argues the case between punishment and understanding.

From England
JR 233
A PHILOSOPHICAL BASIS FOR RESPECT

Lord Anthony Quinton gives an exploration of respect for persons and of its implications for the treatment of criminals..

From the UK
JR 234
RELATIONSHIP IN PRISON

Duncan Forrester explains that we all have a part to play in renewing and restoring spoilt and broken relationships

From the UK
JR235.
PRISON CHAPLAINS AND THE NEEDS OF PRISONERS

Robert Shaw shares his own and other prisoners' experiences of the work of prison chaplains.

 

Issue No: 35
Cover Pink


From the USA
JR 236
DETERRENCE IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE:
EVALUATING CERTAINTY VS. SEVERITY OF PUNISHMENT

Valerie Wright visits the relationship between severity of punishment and its deterrent effect

From the UK
JR 237
SOVEREIGNTY, DEMOCRACY, JUSTICE:
ELEMENTS OF A GOOD SOCIETY?

Rowan Williams Rowan Williams explores these major concepts in the make up of modern Britain

From the USA
JR 238
MERCY, CLEMENCY, AND THE CASE OF
KARLA FAYE TUCKER

Mary Sigler Mary Sigler uses the execution of Karla Faye Tucker in 1998 to argue for mercy and clemency when passing sentences

From England
JR 239
THE MEANING OF IMPRISONMENT:
A THEOLOGICAL CONTRIBUTION

David Jenkins David Jenkins makes a telling contribution to the continuing debate over the meaning of imprisonment

From Canada
JR 240
A BRIEF LOOK AT RESTORATIVE JUSTICE

Wayne Northey Wayne Northey revisits this concept in an updated article and sheds further light on a key concept.

From the UK
JR 241
FREEDOM ON DEATH ROW

Joanna Jepson Joanna Jepson paints a moving picture of changed behaviour in Louisiana State Penitentiary

Issue No: 36
Cover Purple


From the UK
JR 242

WOMENS’ RELATIONSHIPS IN PRISON
Jackie Lowthian urges better thought out policies and sentencing for women in prison..

From Australia
JR 243

RESTORATIVE JUSTICE - LESSONS
FROM LIBYA
John Braithwaite and Tamim Rashed argue that in places like Libya, traditional tribal justice informed by evidence-based restorative justice is the most important thing to do.

From the UK
JR 244

Intelligent Justice: Balancing the effects of community sentences and custody
The co-authors, Mike Hough, Stephen Farrall and Fergus McNeill, try to square the circle of prison versus community orders

From England
JR 245

“BISHOPS OR PRESBYTERS WE KNOW, AND DEACONS WE KNOW, BUT WHAT ARE CHAPLAINS?”
John Milton Eikonoklastes 1649

A review of the place of chaplains in the English prison system from the late 16th century onwards by Terry Nowell

From the USA
JR 246

THE CHALLENGE CONFRONTING CHAPLAINCY TODAY: RELEVANCE - Aligning Chaplaincy with the Needs of Consumers and Employers April 2014
Bruce Fenner gives a modern take on the place of prison chaplains in the United States.

From the UK
JR 247

WHAT IF IMPRISONMENT WERE ABOLISHED FOR PROPERTY OFFENCES?
Andrew Ashworth makes a strong case to take property offences out of the range of those carrying a prison sentence

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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