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Incarcerated interactions : a theory-driven analysis of applied prison communication

Author: Erik D Fritsvold; Jonathan M Bowman
Publisher: New York : Peter Lang, [2016]
Series: Criminal humanities & forensic semiotics, v. 3.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Incarcerated Interactions: A Theory-Driven Analysis of Applied Prison Communication is an innovative, applied edited book that uses core interdisciplinary social science theories to analyze and  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Erik D Fritsvold; Jonathan M Bowman
ISBN: 9781433134609 1433134608
OCLC Number: 951172124
Description: ix, 222 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: Erik D. Fritsvold/Jonathan M. Bowman: Incarcerated Interactions - Erik D. Fritsvold: Criminological Foundations - Jonathan M. Bowman: Social Science Theory & Research - Alli Chlapaty: The Mean World Syndrome & Newcomer Strategies - Taylor Glogiewicz: Pseudo-Families: Group Formation in Women's Prisons - Courtney Cronin: Prison Wives: The Social Order of Transgendered Inmates - Monica Ramakrishnan: The Power of Secrecy: Cryptography in Prison Gangs - Ronnie Pratte: Social Identity & Structuration: A Case Study of the Aryan Brotherhood - James Bennett: Us Versus Them: The Battle of Corrections - Melissa Andruzzi: The Instrument of Ink: Tattoos, Power, & Identity Displays - Eylee Garcia: Prison Gang Proliferation: Types of Power in Group Formation - Katie Olsen: Politeness, Power, & Prison Gangs - Morgan Re: Sika Deer: Overcrowding, Violent Responses, & Proxemics - Andrew Mize: Culture & Connection: A Case Study of Prison Gangs & Mexican Drug Cartels - Danielle McCourt: In a Man's World: Female Correctional Officers & Expectancy Violations - Kelly Stone: A Cry for Help: The Plight of the Mentally Ill in Prison - Kelly Stone: Sexual Assault & Territoriality: The Prison Rape Elimination Act - Kelly Yu: America's Identity Crisis: Transgendered Inmates - Taylor Kress: Force Feeding Inmates: A Case Study of Hunger Strikes - Kevin Brady: An Appetite for Punitiveness: Politics & Media in California's Three-Strikes Law - Sara Ha: Pseudo-Families: The Impact of Gender Identification on Recidivism - Katherine Pfost: Injustice for Inmates: Face Negotiation & Mental Health Reform - Jensen Bryant: Solitary: Rethinking Secure Housing Units - Ryan Sueme: Cross-cultural Recidivism: A Case Study of Norwegian & Californian Prisons - Jonathan M. Bowman/Erik D. Fritsvold: Afterword: The Case for Interdisciplinarity.
Series Title: Criminal humanities & forensic semiotics, v. 3.
Responsibility: edited by Erik D. Fritsvold and Jonathan M. Bowman.

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