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1. Citizenship by civic virtue? -- 2. Prisoners and the politics of enfranchisement -- 3. Political change, penal continuity and prisoner enfranchisement -- 4. Voting and political engagement -- 5. Enfranchisement : the prisoner as citizen -- 6. Civic engagement and community participation -- 7. Imprisonment and citizenship.
Prisoner enfranchisement remains one of the few contested electoral issues in 21st-century democracies. It is at the intersection of punishment and representative government. Many jurisdictions remain divided on whether or not prisoners should be allowed access to the franchise. This book investigates the experience of prisoner enfranchisement in the Republic of Ireland.
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