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Carceral transitions experienced through Community Service placements in charity shops

Maddrell, A. (2016) Carceral transitions experienced through Community Service placements in charity shops. In: Turner, J. and Peters, K. (eds.) Carceral Mobilities: Interrogating Movement in Incarceration. Routledge Studies in Human Geography. Routledge, London, pp. 221-235. ISBN 9781138184046

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Abstract/Summary

This chapter focuses on Licenced Prisoners’ (LPs) mobilities as experienced in and between the prison and charity shop by centring on a longitudinal study of a managed day-release placement scheme operating through a men’s open prison in the South of England. The data underpinning the study is largely qualitative, including in-depth interviews with LPs, prison officers, and charity shop managers.

Item Type:Book or Report Section
Refereed:No
Divisions:Faculty of Science > School of Archaeology, Geography and Environmental Science > Department of Geography and Environmental Science
ID Code:75486
Uncontrolled Keywords:licenced prisoners open prison charity shops liminal carceral mobilities volunteers
Publisher:Routledge

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