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‘Always gotta be two mans’: Lifers, risk, rehabilitation, and narrative labour
All prisoners have their identity stripped from them and, ultimately, reconstructed by the institutions in which they are incarcerated. However, for life and indeterminately sentenced prisoners the effects of this process, ...
Some Observations on the Digital Landscape of Prisons Today
This article will provide a review of some of the developments that have taken place in prison with respect to communication digital technologies and draws upon data collated from interviews with prisoners, prison staff ...
Co-Producing Digitally-Enabled Courses that Promote Desistance in prison and Probation Settings
This paper sets out an approach to innovation in criminaljustice settings that gives service users a ‘voice’ through the co-production of digital content designed for services that promote desistance. The authors ...
A modus Vivendi –In-cell Television, Social Relations, Emotion and Safer Custody
(Prison Service Journal, 2014-11)
Mothers Behind Bars
(Countrywide Publications, 2015-07)
This article highlights the issue of the increasing number of mothers behind bars and the failure of the courts to adhere to the Article 8 Rights of the Child (ECHR)
Researching Complexity: Social Domains and Emotion in Prison Research
1. Researching Complexity: Social Domains and Emotion in Prison Research- This paper reflects on research which examined the impact of in-cell television on social relations in prison life in one closed male adult prison. ...
Remote Control: Television in Prison
In-cell television is now a permanent feature of prisons in England and Wales, and a key part of the experience of modern incarceration. This sociological exploration of prisoners' use of television offers an engaging and ...
Mothers in Jail: At What price Justice.
(Inside Time Prison Newspaper, 2015-06)
This article explores the 'cost' of sending mothers to prison emotionally socially, psychologically and economically. ..The article explores the apparent justification of custody over community based alternatives - ...
Parents in Prison :Fair doesnt have to mean same .
(Jail Mail National Prison Newspaper, 2015-06)
This article explores the interpretation of 'equal ' treatment and proportionality of punishment in relation to mothers and fathers sentenced to custody . It argues that 'punishment' is often disproportionate in relation ...
The Capacity and Capability of Digital Innovation in Prisons: Towards Smart Prisons
(Advancing Corrections, 2017)
This article explores the process of innovation in the context of prisons and more specifically the use and availability of digital technologies. Digital technologies attract the innovation label meaning they are heralded ...