The greater stigma? Family visits to the condemned

Kandelia, S. and Hodgkinson, P. 2013. The greater stigma? Family visits to the condemned. in: Hodgkinson, P. (ed.) Capital punishment: new perspectives Farnham Ashgate. pp. 127-144

Chapter titleThe greater stigma? Family visits to the condemned
AuthorsKandelia, S. and Hodgkinson, P.
EditorsHodgkinson, P.
Book titleCapital punishment: new perspectives
Page range127-144
Year2013
PublisherAshgate
Publication dates
Published2013
Place of publicationFarnham
ISBN9781472412201

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