The Health of Prisoners: Historical Essays
For two centuries, prison overcrowding has been identified as a major cause of mortality and morbidity in prisons. Historical debates thus often have a modern ring to them, which make the essays in this volume particularly timely.
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Prisons Disease Hygiene
2 Medical Treatment and Prisoners Health in Stafford Gaol during the Eighteenth Century
3 The Health of Prisoners and the Two Faces of Benthamism
4 Development of the Prison Medical Service 17741895
5 Elizabeth Fry and MidNineteenth Century Reform
6 The Prison Medical Service and the Deviant 18951948
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