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Akers, K

Akers, Kerry Ann and Hodgkinson, Peter (2013) A critique of litigation and abolition strategies: a glass half empty. In: Hodgkinson, Peter, (ed.) Capital punishment: new perspectives. Ashgate. ISBN 9781472412201

Browne, N

Browne, Nicola and Kandelia, Seema and Reddy, Rupa and Hodgkinson, Peter (2006) Capital punishment and mental health issues: global examples. Saint Louis University Public Law Review, 25 (2). pp. 383-407. ISSN 0898-8404

Hodgkinson, P

Hodgkinson, Peter (2004) Capital punishment: improve it or remove it? In: Hodgkinson, Peter and Schabas, William A., (eds.) Capital punishment: strategies for abolition. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, pp. 1-35. ISBN 0521815908

Hodgkinson, Peter (2004) Capital punishment: meeting the needs of the families of the homicide victim and the condemned. In: Hodgkinson, Peter and Schabas, William A., (eds.) Capital punishment: strategies for abolition. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, pp. 332-358. ISBN 0521815908

Hodgkinson, Peter (2004) Capital punishment: the families of the homicide victim and the condemned. In: Death penalty: beyond abolition. Council of Europe Publishing, Strasbourg, France, pp. 37-63. ISBN 9287153337

Hodgkinson, Peter (2004) Alternatives to the death penalty: the UK experience. In: Death penalty: beyond abolition. Council of Europe Publishing, Strasbourg, France, pp. 159-190. ISBN 9287153337

Hodgkinson, Peter (2005) Replacing capital punishment: an effective penal policy approach. In: Browne, Nicola and Kandelia, Seema, (eds.) Managing effective alternatives to capital punishment. Centre for Capital Punishment Studies Occasional Paper Series Volume Three - Special Edition . Centre for Capital Punishment Studies, London, UK.

Hodgkinson, Peter (2005) The unintended, entirely foreseeable though perhaps unavoidable consequences of litigating the abolition of capital punishment. Amicus Journal, 13 . pp. 35-37.

Hodgkinson, Peter and Kandelia, Seema and Gyllensten, Lina (2008) Capital punishment: a review and critique of abolition strategies. In: Yorke, Jon, (ed.) Against the death penalty: international initiatives and implications. Ashgate, pp. 249-275. ISBN 9780754674139

Hodgkinson, Peter and Kandelia, Seema and Reddy, Rupa (2009) Capital punishment: creating more victims? In: Loucks, Nancy and Holt, Sally and Adler, Joanna, (eds.) Why we kill: understanding violence across cultures and disciplines. Middlesex University Press, Hendon, pp. 63-82. ISBN 9781904750420

Hodgkinson, Peter (2013) Introduction. In: Hodgkinson, Peter, (ed.) Capital punishment: new perspectives. Ashgate, Farnham. ISBN 9781472412201

Hodgkinson, Peter (2008) Foreword. In: Fernandez, Orlando, (ed.) Towards abolition of the death penalty in Uganda. Fountain Publishers, Kampala, Uganda. ISBN 9789970026159

Hodgkinson, Peter (2008) Preface. In: Fernandez, Orlando, (ed.) Towards abolition of the death penalty in Uganda. Fountain Publisher, Kampala, Uganda. ISBN 9789970026159

Kandelia, S

Kandelia, Seema and Hodgkinson, Peter (2013) The greater stigma? Family visits to the condemned. In: Hodgkinson, P., (ed.) Capital punishment: new perspectives. Ashgate, Farnham, pp. 127-144. ISBN 9781472412201

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