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Emotional literacy in ciminal justice: professional practice with offenders
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2014)
The emotional geography of prison life
Accounts of prison life consistently describe a culture of mutual mistrust, fear, aggression and barely submerged violence. Often too, they explain how prisoners adapt to this environment—in men’s prisons, at least—by ...
"You Keep Yourself Strong": A Discourse Analysis of African Women Asylum Seekers' Talk about Emotions
(Bridgewater State University, 2014-01)
The current study investigates how asylum-seeking African women use talk about emotion to construct empowered roles for themselves. A discourse analysis was conducted on interviews with African asylum-seeking women. ...