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The Effects of Imprisonment (Cambridge Criminal Justice)

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Published by Willan Pub .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Penology & punishment,
  • Psychology,
  • Criminology,
  • Penology,
  • Social Science,
  • Aspect psychologique,
  • Emprisonnement,
  • Imprisonment,
  • Psychological aspects,
  • Social aspects,
  • Sociology

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsAlison Liebling (Editor), Shadd Maruna (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages492
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8951118M
    ISBN 101843922177
    ISBN 109781843922179

    Obviously, imprisonment has lots of bad effects on families. Firstly, those families, whose member is in prison, will lose respect in the community. Clear (, p) cites an experience of a participant in his book: “neighborhood residents not only look at the specific offender but also the entire family, and if one has offended, all of a.   One of the goals of imprisonment is to reduce violence1. Although imprisonment has risen dramatically since the s, its effects on Cited by: 2.

    The Sociology of Punishment and the Effects of Imprisonment on Families Chapter (PDF Available) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'. The book continues with a chapter dedicated to the impacts of imprisonment on families and children and offers a reminder that a prison sentence is not only punishment for the offender, but can have significant, and extensive, impacts on their families.

    This book brings together a group of leading authorities in this field, both academics and practitioners, to address the complex issues this has raised, to assess the implications and results of research in this field, and to suggest ways of mitigating the often devastating personal and psychological consequences of imprisonment/5(5).   The potential irony of mass imprisonment is that, to the extent it has unintended adverse effects on life outcomes that are correlated with criminal offending, large-scale growth in the incarceration rate may actually exacerbate the crime problem over the long run by stigmatizing an ever larger class of individuals.


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This book brings together a group of leading authorities in this field, both academics and practitioners, to address the complex issues this has raised, to assess the implications and results of research in this field, and to suggest ways of mitigating the often devastating personal and psychological consequences of imprisonment.5/5(2).

This book brings together a group of leading authorities in this field, both academics and practitioners, to address the complex issues this has raised, to assess the implications and results of research in this field, and to suggest ways of mitigating the often devastating personal and psychological consequences of imprisonment.

This book brings together a group of leading authorities in this field, both academics and practitioners, to address the complex issues this has raised, to assess the implications and results of research in this field, and to suggest ways of mitigating the often devastating personal and psychological consequences of imprisonment.

As the number of prisoners in the US, UK and elsewhere continues to rise, so have concerns risen about the damaging short term and long term effects imprisonment has on prisoners.

Bringing together a group of leading authorities in this field, this book addresses the complex issues this has raised; assesses the implications and results of research in this field; and. "This book revisits the important question of whether the prison harms its inhabitants, its employees, prisoners' families, and others, and aims to redirect the conversation among academics, policy-makers and professionals on the effects of imprisonment.

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The Effects of Imprisonment (Cambridge Criminal Justice Series) - Kindle edition by Liebling, Alison, Maruna, Shadd. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.

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DOI link for The Effects of Imprisonment. The Effects of Imprisonment book. Edited By Alison Liebling, Shadd Maruna. Edition 1st Edition. First Published Cited by: The Effects of Imprisonment - CRC Press Book. As the number of prisoners in the UK, USA and elsewhere continues to rise, so have concerns risen about the damaging short term and long term effects this has on prisoners.

This book brings together a group of leading authorities in this field, both academics and practitioners, to address the comple. The number of prisoners in the US, UK, and elsewhere continues to rise, accompanied by growing claims of the reformative effects of imprisonment.

At the same time, the post-second world war consensus regarding the damaging effects of institutions has largely faded from memory. This book now in paperback revisits the important question of whether. The effects of prison work by Helen Arnold Imprisonment and the penal body politic: the cancer of disciplinary governance by Pat Carlen The effects of imprisonment on families and children of prisoners Joseph Murray /5(6).

The Effects of Imprisonment. DOI link for The Effects of Imprisonment. The Effects of Imprisonment book. The Effects of Imprisonment. DOI link for The Effects of Imprisonment. The Effects of Imprisonment book. Edited By Alison Liebling, Shadd Maruna. Edition 1st Edition. First Published Cited by: 4.

In addition to students studying imprisonment, the book informs correctional administrators and policymakers about the nature of long-term inmate population and the impact of long-term imprisonment.

"Timothy Flanagan began studying the effects of long-term incarceration over two decades ago when he conducted one of the first major studies of.

This article studies the psychological effects of imprisonment. It addresses the argument that the present justice system suffers from legal and structural flaws, both of which cause pain to the imprisoned and eventually increases crime.

It notes that adapting to prison means exposure to sexual assault, violence, and overcrowding, which may cause social and personal problems Cited by: 2. Over the past forty years, the United States has relied on mass incarceration as a means to control crime. This reliance on imprisonment, known as the “penal harm movement,” has advocated incapacitation and other get-tough policies to punish offenders.

This “get tough” era has made imprisonment one of the main crime control strategies utilized in the United States Cited by: 2.

Table of Contents. Foreword by Andrew Coyle uction: the effects of imprisonment revisited by Alison Liebling and Shadd Maruna Part 1: The Harms of Imprisonment - Thawing Out The 'Deep Freeze' Paradigm e and adjustment: perspectives from studies of wrongly convicted and politically motivated prisoners by Ruth Jamieson and Adrian Grounds : Alison Liebling.

The chapter concludes by examining special considerations associated with incarceration, such as the differential effects on female and other minority status inmates, on inmates with severe and persistent mental illnesses, and the effects resulting from the use of administrative : Robert D.

Morgan, Stephanie A. Van Horn, Nina MacLean, Joseph T. Hunter, Rebecca L. Bauer. The effects of imprisonment on families and childr en of prisoners imprisonment directly affects children independently of the effects of parental crime, arr est, conviction and other risk factors.

Book/Printed Material On the effects of secluded and gloomy imprisonment on individuals of the African variety of mankind, in the production of disease.

On the effects of secluded and gloomy imprisonment, &c. These effects rise at 3 y after release and then fall slightly at 5 y after release. However, our results find only small effects of imprisonment on new felony convictions after the prisoner has returned to the community (at most a reduction of 3–5 percentage points, although such effects are concentrated among high-severity felonies).Cited by: 7.

This book revisits the important question of whether the prison harms its inhabitants, its employees, prisoners' families, and others, and aims to redirect the conversation among academics, policy-makers and professionals on the effects of imprisonment/5(5).This book brings together a group of leading authorities in this field, both academics and practitioners, to address the complex issues this has raised, to assess the implications and results of research in this field, and to suggest ways of mitigating the often devastating personal and psychological consequences of : Taylor And Francis.().

The Effects of Imprisonment. Contemporary Justice Review: Vol. 11, Drugs, Healing, and the Expansion or Repression of Human Consciousness: PART IV, pp. Author: Marayca Lopez I. Ferrer.