The ethnographic study of feelings has much to contribute to broader debates about survival in prison and pathways to desistence. Most importantly, it emphasizes that'full-blooded' depictions of prisoners belong at the heart of academic inquiry. Ben Laws is Research Associate at the University of Cambridge, UK. Ben's research has focused on the emotional dimensions of prison life, which was based at the Institute of Criminology's Prisons Research Centre.He has professional experience working in a range of mental health settings across the UK and US, mainly supporting those with autistic spectrum conditions (ASCs) and a range of other complex psychiatric, behavioural and developmental disorders. Introduction Chapter 1 - Emotions before prison Chapter 2 - Implosions: Suppressing, bottling, trapping emotions Chapter 3 - Explosions: anger, rage, and violence Chapter 4 - Havens of calm: joy, peace, serenity Chapter 5 - The Case for Solitude Chapter 6 - When all the options are bad Chapter 7 - Emotions and Prison Sociology. Sheds light on contemporary prison life and provides new knowledge about current practices Focusses on emotions and emotion work in prison settings Examines the emotional experiences of both male and female prisoners, as part of the broader prison experience.
Series Palgrave Studies in Prisons and Penology. Subtitle Adaptation, Control and Solitude in Prison.
Publisher Springer Nature Switzerland AG. Imprint Springer Nature Switzerland AG.
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