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Getting tough

Michael Dover

Getting tough

public policy and the management of pesticide resistance

by Michael Dover

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Published by World Resources Institute, 1984. in Washington, D.C .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementMichael Dover and Brian Croft.
SeriesStudy / World Resources Institute -- no. 1
ContributionsCroft, Brian.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22262091M
ISBN 100915825031
OCLC/WorldCa11912771

Getting Tough offers a window into the historical processes that dis-placed rehabilitation as a dominant approach to the social problems imagined to be emanating from black and Latino “ghettos.” It chronicles three key state-level political struggles over drug use, poverty, and crime during the s. Getting Tough: Initiatives for Punishment and Accountability Alison S. Burke. The s saw a huge shift in the way states and federal laws were addressing juvenile law. Gangs, gun violence, and drugs drew attention to the identification, punishment, and prevention of violent and chronic youth offenders.

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"Getting Tough makes important, creative interventions in major debates regarding political history, social policy formation, the origins of mass incarceration, and the links between the carceral and welfare states. The insights of the book's three case studies are powerful and sophisticated and provide the foundation for a pioneering Brand: Princeton University Press.

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Getting Tough goes further than any other book to document the interplay of dominant state approaches in both arenas."—Vesla M. Weaver, Yale University " Getting Tough makes important, creative interventions in major debates regarding political history, social policy formation, the origins of mass incarceration, and the links between the.

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Getting Tough sheds light on how this unprecedented growth of the penal system and the evisceration of the nation's welfare programs developed hand in hand.

Julilly Kohler-Hausmann shows that these historical events were animated by struggles over how to interpret and respond to the inequality and disorder that crested during this by: 7. The pace of life, and the demands of life, just keep getting more intense. And for many, these tough times bring life crises. This is a book of encouragement, hope and freedom an invitation to meet Christ at the crossroads of our lives and move beyond the tough times.

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For the past quarter century, the United States and South Korea have tried to convince North Korea to abandon its nuclear aspirations. Beginning in the early s, Washington attempted to bargain with Pyongyang, while Seoul pursued a strategy of economic engagement, effectively subsidizing Pyongyang with aid and investment even as it continued Author: Joshua Stanton, Sung-Yoon Lee, Bruce Klingner.

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The boomers are beginning to feel anxiety as they move toward retirement. Many people are facing financial pressure and are up to their ears in debt. We are having to care for both our kids and our parents.

The pace of life, and the demands of life, just keep getting more intense. And for many, these tough times bring life /5(5).