Most penal laws across the world have prison-time sentences for crime. But prison time isn’t the only possible measure for punishing with imprisonment.
Communications’ weight in civic ideals of self-realization and citizenship has not been expressed in concern to maintain communication with prisoners.
Legal analysis of communication with prisoners has under-appreciated the public interest in prisoners’ communication.
Compilation of recent law-review articles providing insight into the subjective experience of punishment.
Prisoners’ communication with family and friends is typically neither instrumental nor purposive.
Legitimate democratic action does not depend on the possibility of providing convincing public reasons.