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As Wacquant presents it, prisons are playing an increasingly important role: From being one of many institutions oriented toward the management of the lowest social orders, the prison is gradually evolving into the primary institution serving that purpose. This does not necessarily mean, however, that they have lost their punishment function. On the contrary, it may be that, in our use of prisons, we have substituted punishment for the provision of social services. In a dire and depressing return to the world of early modern Europe, our prisons are once again becoming workhouses (Wacquant 1999).
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Annual Review of Law and Social Science, Vol. 1, 2005 by John Hagan, Kim Lane Scheppele, Tom R. Tyler eds.