Prisoners' Worldby William Tregea, Marjorie Larmour
The Prisoners' World seeks to make the 'prisoners' voice' come alive for regular college classroom students via author narrative essays as well as over sixty prisoner essays that shed light into prisoner experiences in California and Michigan penitentiaries.See more details below
The Prisoners' World seeks to make the 'prisoners' voice' come alive for regular college classroom students via author narrative essays as well as over sixty prisoner essays that shed light into prisoner experiences in California and Michigan penitentiaries.
Table of Contents
Part 1 Part 1: Emergence of the Prisoners' World Chapter 2 Chapter 1: Historical Periods of Prisoners' Worlds Chapter 3 Chapter 2: Premises of the Incarceration Binge Culture Chapter 4 Chapter 3: Binge Growth Theory Part 5 Part II: Life Before Prison Chapter 6 Chapter 4: Families and Home Chapter 7 Chapter 5: Pathways to Prison Part 8 Part III: Entering the Prisoners' World Chapter 9 Chapter 6: Getting into "The System" Chapter 10 Chapter 7: Cells Chapter 11 Chapter 8: Daily Work Routine Chapter 12 Chapter 9: Correctional Officers Part 13 Part IV: Portraits of the Prison Self Chapter 14 Chapter 10: Prisoner Free Time Chapter 15 Chapter 11: The Homosexual Prisoner Chapter 16 Chapter 12: Drugs and Contraband in Prison Part 17 Part V: African-Americans Caught in the Expanding Prison World Chapter 18 Chapter 13: Michigan Reformatory (MR)–Young Blacks Caught (1987–1994) in Detroit's Incarceration Binge Drug Sweeps Chapter 19 Chapter 14: Detroit's Inner City–Critique by Youth (Under 25) Black Prisoners at Michigan Reformatory (MR) Chapter 20 Chapter 15: Inner City Experiences–Black Prisoners over 25 at Jackson State Prison, 1990–2000 Chapter 21 Chapter 16: Cocaine and Addictive Deadly Crack in Detroit's Inner City Chapter 22 Chapter 17: Guns in the Inner City Part 23 Part VI: The Future of the Prisoners' World Chapter 24 Prisoners' Views on System and Reentry Chapter 25 The End of the Incarceration Binge
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