Mothering Interrupted: Mother-child separation via incarceration in England and Ireland.
This chapter explore the pains of imprisonment as a mother. The chapter, using the reflections of mothers, who via the authors' research in England and Ireland, highlights the common experience of imprisoned mothers. The chapter explores the broader cultural context in which the mothers are imprisoned, and how their locations can shape their experiences.
Citation : O'malley, S. and Baldwin, L. (forthcoming) Mothering Interrupted: Mother-child separation via incarceration in England and Ireland. In: Beyer,C., Robertson,A. (Eds) Mothers Without Their Children. Demeter Press. Canada.
Research Institute : Institute for Research in Criminology, Community, Education and Social Justice
Peer Reviewed : Yes
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