Social Order and Disorder in the New Republic
Author: David J. Rothman
This is a masterful effort to recognize and place the prison and asylums in their social contexts. Rothman shows that the complexity of their history can be unraveled and usefully interpreted. By identifying the salient influences that converged in the tumultuous 1820s and 1830s that led to a particular ideology in the development of prisons and asylums, Rothman provides a compelling argument that is historically informed and socially instructive. He weaves a comprehensive story that sets forth and portrays a series of interrelated events, influences, and circumstances that are shown to be connected to the development of prisons and asylums. Rothman demonstrates that meaningful historical interpretation must be based upon not one but a series of historical events and circumstances, their connections and ultimate consequences. Thus, the history of prisons and asylums in the youthful United States is revealed to be complex but not so complex that it cannot be disentangled, described, understood, and applied.This reissue of a classic study addresses a core concern of social historians and criminal justice professionals: Why in the early nineteenth century did a single generation of Americans resort for the first time to institutional care for its convicts, mentally ill, juvenile delinquents, orphans, and adult poor? Rothman's compelling analysis links this phenomenon to a desperate effort by democratic society to instill a new social order as it perceived the loosening of family, church, and community bonds. As debate persists on the wisdom and effectiveness of these inherited solutions, The Discovery of the Asylum offers a fascinating reflection on our past as well as a source of inspiration for a new century of students and professionals in criminal justice, corrections, social history, and law enforcement.
A Moral Dilemma
Author: W. Gunther Plaut
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
This work presents political, ethnic, philosophical, religious and sociological arguments surrounding the issue of asylum and deals with some of the most troublesome and emotional conflicts in the news.
Author: L J Smith
Publisher: Hachette UK
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Trust has never come easily to Stefan and Damon, but now that Samuel-- a vampire from Katherine's past bent on revenge--is determined to ruin their lives, the Salvatores must join forces to defeat their foe. Samuel has already ruined Stefan's chances at a normal life, and now he's framing Damon for the Jack the Ripper murders, too. With the help of Cora, a human girl, Stefan and Damon track Samuel from the glittering ballrooms of London to the city's asylum, which Samuel uses for his own nefarious purposes. However, while finding Samuel is easy, Damon and Stefan quickly learn that stopping him may be nearly impossible. Full of dark shadows and surprising twists, the fifth book in the Stefan's Diaries series raises the stakes for the Salvatore brothers as they face unimaginable threats. Fans of the Vampire Diaries series and the hit television show won't be able to put the latest Salvatore adventure down.
Author: Markus Lawo,Markus Kastenholz,Bernar LeSton
Oftmals nimmt das Abartige im Leben der Menschen einen deutlich größeren Raum ein, als man auf den ersten Blick meint. Verschleiert hinter ihren Masken tragen sie vielerlei Dinge in sich, die wir nicht für möglich halten. Einige dieser Dinge halten sie selbst nicht für möglich. Es bedarf äußerster Vorsicht, hinter diese Masken zu sehen, damit die Menschen keinen Schaden nehmen. Markus Lawo hat eine Reihe bekannter Autor*innen gefunden, um diese Abgründe zu ergründen.Simona TuriniIch habe Angst im Dunkeln Thomas WilliamsCannibal Playground Andreas LaufhütteDas Interview Dagny S. DomboisMonsterzeit Moe TeratosFrankyA. M. ArimontDas Gleichgewicht des Wahnsinns Ky van RaeHörst du sie schreien? Emely MeiouLeviathan Markus LawoNachtwache Faye HellDirty StraysVon Menschenfressern und Blutsaugern Elli WintersunVer-rückt Markus KastenholzDarkham: Purpur Colja NowakSanitarium Julia MeyerLeidenschaft in Rot Jutta WölkThe Butcher Dante NekroAm Ende die WahrheitA. C. HurtsDer ewige Albtraum des Max W. Bernar LeStonEin inneres Bedürfnis
Liberal Democracy and the Response to Refugees
Author: Matthew J. Gibney
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Over the last two decades, asylum has become a highly charged political issue across developed countries. This book draws upon political and ethical theory and an examination of the experiences of the United States, Germany, the United Kingdom and Australia to consider how to respond to the challenges of asylum. In addition to explaining why asylum has emerged as such a key political issue, it provides a compelling account of how states could move towards implenting morally defensible responses to refugees.
Author: Pat Shand,Raven Gregory
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels
Von ihrer Mutter getrennt irrt Violet Liddle durch das Wunderland - die blutlüsterne dunkle Grinsekatze immer hart auf ihren Fersen. Noch weiß Violet nicht, dass sie bald ein düsteres Geheimnis lüften wird, das die Festen des Wunderlandes und die der Liddle-Familie erschüttern wird. Willkommen im Irrenhaus!
Author: John Harwood
In this “deliciously spooky” Victorian Gothic, a woman’s past could be the death of her—if she can remember it (The New York Times Book Review). Confused and disoriented, Georgina Ferrars awakens in a small room in Tregannon House, a remote asylum in England, with no memory of the past few weeks. The doctor, Maynard Straker, tells her that she admitted herself under the name Lucy Ashton, then suffered a seizure. When she insists he has mistaken her for someone else, Dr. Straker sends a telegram to her uncle. The reply is chilling: Georgina Ferrars is safe at home with him in London. Suddenly her voluntary confinement becomes involuntary. Who is the woman in her uncle’s house? Which woman is the imposter? From a cliffside cottage on the Isle of Wight to the secret passages of the asylum, the perilous quest for answers draws Georgina only deeper into a web of hidden family ties on which her survival, and her sanity, depend. “Redolent with a sense of foreboding . . . A splendid read!” —Historical Novel Society, Editors’ Choice “Readers are guaranteed a thoroughly diverting time in Harwood’s not-to-be-trusted hands.” —The Independent “Harwood, master of creeping Victorian horror, does it again. . . . Twisted in every sense of the word.” —Booklist
Author: Susan Kneebone,Felicity Rawlings-Sanaei
Publisher: Berghahn Books
Category: Political Science
Includes statistical tables.
A Universal Humanitarian Problem
Author: Frank Brennan
Publisher: Univ. of Queensland Press
Category: Asylum, Right of
In August 2001 a Norwegian vessel, the MV Tampa, picked up 433 asylum seekers from a boat sinking in international waters between Australia and Indonesia. What the Howard government did in response created waves internationally. This revised edition includes an epilogue bringing the book up to date with the latest developments. The epilogue covers the Cornelia Rau and Vivian Alvarez Solon cases, Liberal backbencher Petro Georgiou's successful campaign to get children out of detention centres, and much more. (To find out why Frank wrote Tampering with Asylum and also to view the List of Contents visit the Fact Sheet)
The Case of the North Korean Refugees
Author: James D Seymour
The Renegades Who Hijacked the World's Oil Market
Author: Leah McGrath Goodman
Publisher: Harper Collins
Category: Business & Economics
The Asylum is a stunning exposé by a seasoned Wall Street journalist that once and for all reveals the truth behind America’s oil addiction in all its unscripted and dysfunctional glory. In the tradition of Too Big to Fail and Liar’s Poker, author Leah McGrath Goodman tells the amazing-but-true story of a band of struggling, hardscrabble traders who, after enduring decades of scorn from New York’s stuffy financial establishment, overcame more than a century of failure, infighting, and brinksmanship to build the world’s reigning oil empire—entirely by accident.
Seeking Asylum in Australia
Author: Dean Lusher,Nick Haslam
Publisher: Federation Press
"Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free ..." How has Australia risen to Emma Lazarus' great challenge? This overview of the historical, social and political contexts that have shaped Australia's recent treatment of asylum seekers offers a clear-eyed view of the many dimensions of the asylum seeker predicament, including its psychological and humanitarian consequences, and lays out an agenda for change in policy. Sir Gustav Nossal, the Rt Hon. Malcolm Fraser, Senator Lyn Allison, Phillip Adams, Professor Stuart MacIntyre, and Lindsay Tanner MP introduce the six sections. Julian Burnside QC, Dr Carmen Lawrence, Peter Mares, Pamela Curr, Michael Clyne, Linda Briskman, Derrick Silove, Michael Gordon, Arnold Zable and David Manne are among the contributors to the 20 chapters. Yearning to Breathe Free is a passionate but informed work that is multi-faceted, thought-provoking, and ultimately hopeful. All royalties for this book go to the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre.
Author: Alan Cooper
Publisher: Sams Publishing
Examines how increasingly complicated computer technology has outpaced the ability of the average consumer to use it without frustration and calls for changes that will bring computer technology in line with how average people think
Reports on the Origin and Progress of Pestilential Cholera, in the West-Yorkshire Lunatic Asylum, During the Autumn of 1848; and on the Previous State of the Institution
Author: Thomas Giordani Wright
Author: Lala Demirdjian
Publisher: A&C Black
What is the relationship between education and those seeking asylum or refuge? What is the impact of education being marginalized during conflict situations? Drawing on international research in numerous countries, including Thailand, North Korea, Lebenon, Africa, the USA and the UK, the contributors consider, conceptually and empirically, the provision of education to refugees and asylum seekers in their homeland or in host countries, analyzing the internal and external factors affecting educational provision during and after emergencies. Each chapter contains a summary of the key points and issues within the chapter to enable easy navigation, key contemporary questions to encourage you to actively engage with the material and an annotated list of suggested further reading to support you to take your exploration further. A companion website supports the text and provides updates and additional resources.
Hearing Before the Subcommittee on International Law, Immigration, and Refugees of the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, One Hundred Third Congress, First Session, on H.R. 1153, H.R. 1355, and H.R. 1679, Asylum Reform Act of 1993, April 27, 1993
Category: Asylum, Right of
Author: S. Prakash Sinha
Publisher: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
Author: Liza Schuster
Category: Political Science
All European states have the legal right to grant asylum but only Germany is obliged by law to do so. Liza Schuster contributes to the asylum debate primarily in the area of comparative politics in this study of British and German policies on asylum practice.
Author: Andreas Zwengel,Olaf Kemmler
Um das ferne Sternensystem Orchon kreist eine gigantische Trümmerwolke, Überreste einer Raumschlacht, die hier vor vielen Tausend Jahren getobt hat und bei der ein Sternenvolk vernichtet wurde. Auf Terra stellt Zizzi Moses eine Eingreiftruppe zum Meeresgrund zusammen, um gegen die Organisation WAVE anzutreten. Dazu benötigt sie die Unterstützung eines Mannes, der als Gefangener in einem Hochsicherheitsgefängnis auf dem Mond festsitzt. Die Printausgabe umfasst 150 Buchseiten.