ABSTRACT. Hannah-Moffat argues that risk knowledges are fluid and flexible and capable of supporting a range of penal strategies. Ruddell examines three factors that may be related to the use of imprisonment in a society, after controlling for indicators of economic stress, violent crime, and modernization. Gilmore notes that local communities are often suckered into becoming boosters for a prison. Hetcher writes that norms are best conceived as patterns of behavior instantiated in a group, and distinguishes between three kinds of norms: sanction-driven, coordination, and epistemic norms.



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