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TITLE : Living On Death Row The Psychology Of Waiting To Die

This book synthesizes scholarly reflections with personal accounts from prison administrators and inmates to show the harsh reality of life on death rowprisoners on death row spend 22 or more hours a day alone in cramped barren cells they have little to do except wait to die without knowing if it will happen in days or decadesintroduction 5 putting to one side the issue of their legality it is fair to question the necessity wisdom and also the fundamental decency of perpetuating thethe contributors to this book provide insights into the multiple and layered dimensions of death row confinement multiple audiences will find something of value in the varied chapter offeringsliving on death row the psychology of waiting to die von englische bcher zum genre strafrecht gnstig und portofrei bestellen im online shop von ex libris

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