Prisoners' Families, Emotions and Space

by Maria Adams (Author)
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In this ethnographic study Maria Adams turns a geographical and feminist lens on prisoners’ families.   She captures the testimonies of families as they navigate the sociological and social challenges of the imprisonment of loved ones, exploring key concepts including inequality, penal power, and vulnerability. She also measures the impacts on many aspects of families’ emotions, relationships, and identities, and considers the sources of support and resilience they draw on.    With original research and fresh insights, the book deepens our understanding of carceral geography and how families experience spaces, both inside prison and beyond the bars.

Format
EPUB
Protection
DRM Protected
Publication date
July 28, 2022
Publisher
Page count
176
ISBN
9781447358138
Paper ISBN
9781447358121
File size
1 MB

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