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The quantification of fear through prison population projections

Sarah Armstrong | 25 January 2012 | Socio Legal Studies | Article (submitted)

This article examines projections, or statistical forecasts, of prison populations from a social perspective, treating them as social actors in their own right. Linear regression – the almost universal foundation of prison population projections – is ...

Domestic judges and the european court of human rights : conflict or consensus?

Nicola Bruch | 24 April 2012 | Political Science | Organised event

The european court of human rights cannot automatically override domestic legislation or precedent. Yet domestic courts, as a matter or international legal obligation, are required to respect judgments of the european court of human rights. The relat ...

The legitimacy of the european court of human rights : the view from the ground

Basak Cali | 24 April 2012 | Political Science | Organised event

Event organised by the research team at the european court of human rights to disseminate the findings of the research to the council of europe community with distinguished commentators from the european court of human rights, the council of europe, ...

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