2 edition of Perspectives on prison found in the catalog.
Perspectives on prison
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We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us. Prelude to Prison is a study of the effect that the criminalization of our schools has on the future of the attending students. Students are not just being punished for offenses thought of as criminal, but are also being suspended, arrested, and/or brought in front of judges (for suspension hearings) for "offenses" such as swearing, snapping bras, or throwing by: 8.
New Perspectives on Prison Masculinities. Editors: Maycock, Matthew, Hunt, Kate (Eds.) “This is a thought-provoking, empirically rich book that makes an important contribution towards describing and bringing attention to the impacts and dilemmas of incarcerated men and the enactment of prisoners’ masculinities.
many of the. Prison Theatre offers a variety of perspectives on a range of practical and theoretical approaches to the use of drama and theatre in prisons and probation.
Although mostly about the criminal justice system in Britain the work undertaken in Brazilian prisons gives examples of working practices and a positive commitment to work in the arts in 4/5(1). This chapter documents the different perspectives on prison, and examines how historical, cultural and sociological factors have shaped the modern prison.
The material presented here charts how penal practice is mobilised, with attention to the themes of care and control in line with Garland’s () ‘sensibilities’ of : Victoria Knight. This book examines how the prison environment, architecture and culture can affect mental health as well as determine both the type and delivery of mental health services.
It challenges the dominant narrative of individualism by focusing instead on other relationships. The book analyses and reflects upon the company’s evolution and unique model of practice, with university students and prisoners working side-by-side, led by industry professionals.
The work draws on diverse methodologies and approaches, with chapters written from multiple perspectives, including a forensic psychologist, director, playwright.
This book not only contextualizes pedagogy within the specialized and growing niche of prison instruction, but also addresses prison abolition, reentry, and educational equity.
Chapters are written by prison instructors, currently incarcerated students, and formerly incarcerated students, providing a variety of perspectives on the many Author: Rebecca Ginsburg.