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Bond Law Review
This article seeks to explore some of the more salient issues associated with correctional privatisation. It is important to state that it does not attempt to address the numerous important philosophical, social and political questions which relate to the practices of modern day penology and correctional methods in general. These are expansive issues which warrant separate analysis. Instead, this treatment is a focused one, addressing the specific concerns, effects and history of correctional privatisation in Australia and the United States.doi:10.53300/001c.5368 fatcat:erzv377eunfypij6mgnh5bmw7i