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|Additional Physical Format:||Printed edition:|
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Irene Becci; Olivier Roy
|ISBN:||9783319167787 3319167782 3319167774 9783319167770|
|Description:||1 online resource.|
|Contents:||Introduction: European Research on Religious Diversity as a Factor in the Rehabilitation of Prisoners Irene Becci.- Part I: The making and working of multi-faith prison chaplaincies.- Chapter 1: Religious diversity and rehabilitation in prisons: management, models and mutation James A. Beckford.- Chapter 2: The effects of religious diversity on spiritual care: reflections from the Dutch Correction Facilities Mohammed Ajouaou and Tom Bernts.- Chapter 3: Outline of the Islamic Council for detention in Belgium Farid El Asri.- Part II: Religious diversity on the way to recognition for prisoners' secular rehabilitation.- Chapter 4: Religion, reintegration and rehabilitation in French prisons: The impact of prison secularism Corinne Rostaing, Celine Beraud and Claire de Galembert.-Chapter 5: Institutional logic and legal practice: Modes of regulation of religious organizations in German prisons Sarah Jahn.- Chapter 6: Addressing Religious Differences in Italian Prisons. A Postsecular Perspective Valeria Fabretti.- Chapter 7: Religious care in the reinvented European "Imamat": Muslims and their guides in Italian prisons Khalid Rhazzali.- Part III: New approaches to the junction of rehabilitation and religion in the prison realm.- Chapter 8: Doing yoga behind bars: A sociological study of the growth of holistic spirituality in penitentiary institutions Mar Griera and Anna Clot.- Chapter 9: Languages of change in prison: exploratory thoughts about the homologies between secular rehabilitation, religious conversion and spiritual quest Irene Becci.- Chapter 10: Restorative Justice: asserted benefits and existing obstacles in France Frederich Rognon.- Conclusion and perspectives. The diversification of chaplaincy in European jails: providing spiritual support for new inmates or countering radicalism? Olivier Roy.|
|Responsibility:||Irene Becci, Olivier Roy, editors.|
- Prisoners -- Religious life -- Europe.
- Religious work with prisoners -- Europe.
- Cultural pluralism -- Europe.
- Criminals -- Rehabilitation -- Europe.
- SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Penology.
- Criminals -- Rehabilitation.
- Cultural pluralism.
- Prisoners -- Religious life.
- Religious work with prisoners.