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Mothering Justice :Working with Mothers in Social & Criminal Justice Settings.
(Waterside Press, 2015-10)
This book brings together a range of practitioner and user voice from a wide range of social and criminal justice settings in order to explore their relationship with mothers. The book explores how the status of 'mother' ...
What in-cell digital technologies can do for our prisoners and prisons
This paper outlines the benefits and challenges of in-cell digital technology in prison.
What digital technologies can offer patients and secure hospitals
This paper outlines the challenges and benefits of digital technology in secure settings.
Modus Vivendi: The cell, emotions, social relations and television
ABSTRACT- This paper documents some of the findings from a doctoral study examining the role of in-cell television in a closed adult male prison. Interviews with serving prisoners and staff indicate the complex nature of ...
Television, Emotion and Prison Life: Achieving Personal Control
(Participations Journal, 2015)
This article describes the precarious and sensitive relationship prisoners have with television; it focuses exclusively on the voices of male prisoners to identify how they relate to their viewing experiences within the ...
The neuropsychological basis of emotion and social cognition in men