El Problema Penitenciario

Urrutia-Moldes, A. 2012. El Problema Penitenciario. in: Memoria 1° Seminario de Arquitectura Penal para una reinserción social Ediciones Universidad del Bío-Bío.

Chapter titleEl Problema Penitenciario
AuthorsUrrutia-Moldes, A.
KeywordsPrison Architecture
Chile
Prison design
Book titleMemoria 1° Seminario de Arquitectura Penal para una reinserción social
Year2012
PublisherEdiciones Universidad del Bío-Bío
Publication dates
Published2012
ISBN9789567813971
9567813973

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