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    • The Effectiveness of Insular Penal Systems: Why Sakhalin did not Become the Russian Australia 

      Smirnov, Aleksandr V.; Shestakov, Dmitrii A.; Minenok, Miknail G.; Teplyashin, Ivan V.; Смирнов, А. В.; Шестаков, Д. А.; Миненок, М. Г.; Тепляшин, И. В. (Сибирский федеральный университет. Siberian Federal University, 2019-06)
      This paper is focused on social effectiveness of open penal systems of the insular type in a broad sense, which implies the achievement not only of legal, but also economic and political goals. Two historical penal systems ...
    • Exile to Settlement in Siberia in the Criminal Punishment System of the Russian Empire in the 19th and Early 20th Centuries 

      Volchetskaia, Tat’iana S.; Smirnov, Leonid B.; Shestakov, Dmitrii A.; Волчецкая, Т. С.; Смирнов, Л. Б.; Шестаков, Д. А. (Сибирский федеральный университет. Siberian Federal University, 2019-06)
      The paper focuses on the evolution of the exile to settlement in Siberia from being a mitigating alternative to the death penalty to becoming a criminal punishment that ranks third in severity. It also provides an assessment ...