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Annotated Further Readings: Conflict, Radical, and Critical Theories of Crime
Knopp, F. H., Boward, B., & Morris, M. O. (1976). Instead of prisons: A handbook for abolitionists . Syracuse, NY: Prison Research Education Action Project. Knopp et al.'s text provides a description of the practical application of abolitionist ideals. The text details the application of abolitionist ideology to the practice of eradicating prisons. Mathiesen, T. (1974). The politics of abolition . London: Martin Robertson. Thomas Mathiesen's text provides a strong basis on the concept of abolitionism. Mathiesen, one of the forefathers of abolitionist thought, details the development of the penal reform movement in Scandinavia, a movement that is strongly rooted in abolitionist ideology. Capouya, E., & Tompkins, K. (Eds.). (1975). The essential Kropotkin . New York: Liveright. This collection of essays by Peter Kropotkin offers an accessible introduction to the work of one of the founding figures in anarchist theory, and perhaps the most important progenitor of anarchist criminology. Especially ...