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Organisational Pressure Points in Society



Reed B D

Just Prisons

This short paper examines the distinctiveness of what it means to manage in a prison. It puts forward the hypothesis that in the wider context of society, criminality has no logical explanation and is most fully understood as being irrational. It suggests that underlying the problems of managing in prisons in a context of irrationality, is the need for prisoners to be treated justly.

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Bazalgette J &
Quine C

Finding Freedom to make a Difference

This short paper begins to explore issues and ideas generated around finding freedom to make a difference.

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