Unconscious Incarceration How to Break Out Be Free and Unlock Your Potential

Unconscious Incarceration  How to Break Out  Be Free and Unlock Your Potential

Unconscious Incarceration helps you recognise the patterns, change your mindset and take action. Gethin's own story, shared throughout, demonstrates the power of this approach.

Author: Gethin Jones

Publisher: Mpowr Limited

ISBN: 1907282866

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 108

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A handbook for those who are stuck in repeating patterns of self-destructive behaviour. Unconscious Incarceration helps you recognise the patterns, change your mindset and take action. Gethin's own story, shared throughout, demonstrates the power of this approach.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Ending the School to prison Pipeline

Ending the School to prison Pipeline

trauma , and about how implicit , or unconscious , racial bias may affect actions
and decisions . Yet , few teachers , administrators and school resource officers
who interact with youths daily , and who make life - altering decisions about their
 ...

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights, and Human Rights

Publisher:

ISBN: MINN:31951D03652713K

Category: Bullying in schools

Page: 847

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Categories: Bullying in schools

The Graphic Unconscious in Early Modern French Writing

The Graphic Unconscious in Early Modern French Writing

Clouer is printed twice in the last , or " perfect , ” rondeau that moves far from the
didactic tenor of the opening poem of the itinerary . In his adieu Marot thanks his
friends for having freed him from incarceration in 1526. Describing his plight he ...

Author: Tom Conley

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 0521410312

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 226

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This book studies the importance of typographic shapes in French Renaissance literature in the context of psychoanalysis and of the history of printed writing. Focusing on the poetry of Clement Marot, Rabelais's Gargantua, Ronsard's sonnets and the Essais of Montaigne, it argues that printed characters can either supplement or betray what they appear to articulate. They often reveal compositional patterns that do not appear to be under authorial control, and open political and subjective dimensions through the interaction of verbal and visual materials. This unconscious, proto-Freudian writing has complex historical relations with practices found in the media of the twentieth century.
Categories: Literary Criticism

Imprisonment

Imprisonment

RACIAL DISPROPORTION IN US PRISONS more commonly as a result of
unconscious stereotyping and attribution by middle - class and white officials of
special dangerousness to underclass minority offenders . Moreover , all but the
most ...

Author: Roger Matthews

Publisher: Dartmouth Publishing Company

ISBN: UOM:39015048830650

Category: Social Science

Page: 569

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Categories: Social Science

Race to Incarcerate

Race to Incarcerate

Violent of- fenders regardless of their race or ethnicity are quite likely to be
sentenced to prison. ... Or, is unconscious racism at play: do whites speak in a
language and manner that is more comfortable to the decision-makers in the
courtroom?

Author: Marc Mauer

Publisher: New Press, The

ISBN: 9781595586667

Category: Social Science

Page: 240

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In this revised edition of his seminal book on race, class, and the criminal justice system, Marc Mauer, executive director of one of the United States’ leading criminal justice reform organizations, offers the most up-to-date look available at three decades of prison expansion in America. Including newly written material on recent developments under the Bush administration and updated statistics, graphs, and charts throughout, the book tells the tragic story of runaway growth in the number of prisons and jails and the overreliance on imprisonment to stem problems of economic and social development. Called "sober and nuanced" by Publishers Weekly, Race to Incarcerate documents the enormous financial and human toll of the "get tough" movement, and argues for more humane—and productive—alternatives.
Categories: Social Science

Dances with Sheep

Dances with Sheep

... merely perpetuates the injunction against any image from the darkness of the
unconscious appearing ( or , apparently ... and thus to free her from her
unconscious prison.15 This is , of course , merely a recreation of the principal
theme seen ...

Author: Matthew Strecher

Publisher: U of M Center for Japanese Studies

ISBN: 9780472038336

Category:

Page: 254

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As a spokesman for disaffected youth of the post-1960s, Murakami Haruki has become one of the most important voices in contemporary Japanese literature, and he has gained a following in the United States through translations of his works. In Dances with Sheep, Matthew Strecher examines Murakami's fiction--and, to a lesser extent, his nonfiction--for its most prevalent structures and themes. Strecher also delves into the paradoxes in Murakami's writings that confront critics and casual readers alike. Murakami writes of "serious" themes yet expresses them in a relatively uncomplicated style that appeals to high school students as well as scholars; and his fictional work appears to celebrate the pastiche of postmodern expression, yet he rejects the effects of the postmodern on contemporary culture as dangerous.Strecher's methodology is both historical and cultural as he utilizes four distinct yet interwoven approaches to analyze Murakami's major works: the writer's "formulaic" structure with serious themes; his play with magical realism; the intense psychological underpinnings of his literary landscape; and his critique of language and its capacity to represent realities, past and present. Dances with Sheep links each of these approaches with Murakami's critical focus on the fate of individual identity in contemporary Japan. The result is that the simplicity of the Murakami hero, marked by lethargy and nostalgia, emerges as emblematic of contemporary humankind, bereft of identity, direction, and meaning. Murakami's fiction is reconstructed in Dances with Sheep as a warning against the dehumanizing effects of late-model capitalism, the homogenization of the marketplace, and the elimination of effective counterculture in Japan.
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Escape to Prison

Escape to Prison

Mullane, a journalist, examined the lives of men she met at San Quentin State
Prison. ... I suppose I lived my life with an unconscious fear that it could happen,
but just as unconsciously reason if I was careful, I could avoid that most horrible
of ...

Author: Michael Welch

Publisher: University of California Press

ISBN: 9780520286160

Category: Social Science

Page: 304

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The resurrection of former prisons as museums has caught the attention of tourists along with scholars interested in studying what is known as dark tourism. Unsurprisingly, due to their grim subject matter, prison museums tend to invert the “Disneyland” experience, becoming the antithesis of “the happiest place on earth.” In Escape to Prison, the culmination of years of international research, noted criminologist Michael Welch explores ten prison museums on six continents, examining the complex interplay between culture and punishment. From Alcatraz to the Argentine Penitentiary, museums constructed on the former locations of surveillance, torture, colonial control, and even rehabilitation tell unique tales about the economic, political, religious, and scientific roots of each site’s historical relationship to punishment.
Categories: Social Science

A History of Prison and Confinement in Africa

A History of Prison and Confinement in Africa

This is the treadmill of the prison , and eight men , stripped to their loins , and
perspiring from the result of such labor , are doing their ten minutes on , to cause
that revolving ... European repressive arsenal in a seemingly unconscious
manner .

Author: Florence Bernault

Publisher: Greenwood

ISBN: 032507125X

Category: Social Science

Page: 287

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Over the last 30 years, a substantial literature on the history of American and European prisons has developed. This collection is among the first in English to construct a history of prisons in Africa. Topics include precolonial punishments, living conditions in prisons and mining camps, ethnic mapping, contemporary refugee camps, and the political use of prison from the era of the slave trade to the Rwandan genocide of 1994.
Categories: Social Science

Undersea Prison

Undersea Prison

Things were stacking up rapidly to push him in one direction: a dead FBI agent, a
panicking Forbes, a threatening Hank, an unconscious prison inspector, and now
this memory card or whatever it was. It was clearly important and unknown to ...

Author: Duncan Falconer

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9780748122219

Category: Fiction

Page: 432

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After the British military lose an officer to Taliban insurgents in Afghanistan, a desperate race begins to find his killers. Little do the assailants know that the precious information they have stolen could bring down the entire network of Western intelligence in the Mid-East. But then one of them is captured by US troops and flown to the States for interrogation. And so begins a nail-biting, claustrophobic and explosive thriller that will ultimately lead British operative John Stratton to the Styx penitentiary, America's undersea prison. How do you break in to a jail a hundred metres below the ocean? Can Stratton get the information back without the US discovering him? And is everyone in the prison really who they seem to be? With its labyrinthine narrative and authentic detail, its CIA plots and White House agents, this fourth thriller in the Stratton series will catapult Duncan Falconer right into the top tier.
Categories: Fiction

Prisoner Reentry in the Era of Mass Incarceration

Prisoner Reentry in the Era of Mass Incarceration

... discrimination but may more likely arise from unconscious stereotyping and
sentencing laws that penalize blacks more than whites (e.g., laws that impose
tougher penalties for crack cocaine). Inequalities do not arise solely along racial
lines.

Author: Daniel P. Mears

Publisher: SAGE Publications

ISBN: 9781483316703

Category: Social Science

Page: 344

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Understanding and Improving Prisoner Reentry Outcomes Prisoner Reentry is an engaging and comprehensive examination of prisoner reentry and how to improve public safety, well-being, and justice in the “era of mass incarceration.” Renowned authors Daniel P. Mears and Joshua C. Cochran investigate historical trends in incarceration and punishment policy, the salience of in-prison and post-prison contexts and experiences for reentry, and the importance of understanding group differences in offending, punishment, and social context. Using extensive reliance on both theory and empirical research, the authors identify how reentry reflects criminal justice policy in America and, at the same time, has profound implications for crime prevention and justice. Readers will develop a diverse foundation for current policies, identify the implications of reentry for families, community, and society at large, and gain a conceptual and empirical toolkit for analyzing and improving the lives of those released from prison.
Categories: Social Science

The Violence of Incarceration

The Violence of Incarceration

Following his most violent beating, he was transferred unconscious to Inverness,
where he was examinedand treated bya doctor.The injuries sustained by
prisonerswereknown byother professionals, including medical staff, yetno
oneasked ...

Author: Phil Scraton

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135894337

Category: Social Science

Page: 274

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Conceived in the immediate aftermath of the humiliations and killings of prisoners in Afghanistan and Iraq, of the suicides and hunger strikes at Guantanamo Bay and of the disappearances of detainees through extraordinary rendition, this book explores the connections between these shameful events and the inhumanity and degradation of domestic prisons within the 'allied' states, including the USA, Canada, Australia, the UK and Ireland. The central theme is that the revelations of extreme brutality perpetrated by allied soldiers represent the inevitable end-product of domestic incarceration predicated on the use of extreme violence including lethal force. Exposing as fiction the claim to the political moral high ground made by western liberal democracies is critical because such claims animate and legitimate global actions such as the 'war on terror' and the indefinite detention of tens of thousands of people by the United States which accompanies it. The myth of moral virtue works to hide, silence, minimize and deny the brutal continuing history of violence and incarceration both within western countries and undertaken on behalf of western states beyond their national borders.
Categories: Social Science

The Scandal of White Complicity in US Hyper incarceration

The Scandal of White Complicity in US Hyper incarceration

49 What ishelpful about drawing upon habitus as form of white complicity is that it
enablestheexploration ofwhite identity as socializedandoften unconscious. It
isthe notionof white habitusthat challenges the current usage of the language of ...

Author: A. Mikulich

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781137032447

Category: Philosophy

Page: 203

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The Scandal of White Complicity and US Hyper-incarceration is a groundbreaking exploration of the moral role of white people in the disproportionate incarceration of African-Americans and Latinos in the United States.
Categories: Philosophy

Medicine and Law

Medicine and Law

A fifth person was also too drunk to walk independently and was even
unconscious at the time of arrest , but was not physically examined prior to
incarceration . The two persons who died as the result of smoke inhalation ,
because of a fire in ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105061985698

Category: Medical jurisprudence

Page:

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Categories: Medical jurisprudence

The Legal Studies Forum

The Legal Studies Forum

Brady makes clear that for some people incarceration is related to maternal
deprivation . Duncan makes it clear that it is not the material benefits of prison
that are important , but the unconscious aspects of life in prison which are critical .

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:B5145442

Category: Law

Page:

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Categories: Law

Unconscious Crime

Unconscious Crime

With shoplifting, pickpocketing, and domestic theft no longer carrying capital
sanction, there was little reason to plead insanity because such a plea, if
successful, avoided a death sentence only at the cost of indeterminate
incarceration (in ...

Author: Joel Peter Eigen

Publisher: JHU Press

ISBN: 9780801881480

Category: Law

Page: 248

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Combining the colorful intrigue of courtroom drama and the keen insights of social history, Unconscious Crime depicts Victorian England's legal and medical cultures confronting a new understanding of human behavior, and provocatively suggests these trials represent the earliest incarnation of double consciousness and multiple personality disorder.
Categories: Law

Letters from Prison

Letters from Prison

incarceration and has added to the problem of the overcrowding of the carceral
system . ... the penitentiary environment with pathological aspects of the
antisocial personality provides an unconscious characterological appeal to many
inmates ...

Author: George B. Palermo

Publisher: Charles C Thomas Pub Limited

ISBN: 0398068518

Category: Social Science

Page: 252

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Categories: Social Science

The Prison World

The Prison World

Prison Inmates ( Contimied from Page 22 ) Crimes of appropriation or
embezzlement and many sex offenses are ... and action in a prison tends to
articulate and refine the previous shallow pretenses and largely unconscious
hyprocisy of their ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: MINN:319510019037940

Category: Prisons

Page:

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Categories: Prisons

Conservative Judaism

Conservative Judaism

He succeeded so well in impressing the inmates with the meaning of the Festival
of Freedom , and thereby relieving his own unconscious anxiety about their
incarceration , that the next day several of them were involved in a major prison ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015068658031

Category: Conservative Judaism

Page:

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Categories: Conservative Judaism

The Rabbinate in America

The Rabbinate in America

He succeeded so well in impressing the inmates with the meaning of the Festival
of Freedom , and thereby relieving his own unconscious anxiety about their
incarceration , that the next day several of them were involved in a major prison ...

Author: Jacob Neusner

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: IND:30000036582017

Category: Religion

Page: 244

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Categories: Religion

The Unconscious Reconsidered

The Unconscious Reconsidered

In Mrs . C , on the other hand , as her early , infantile dependent longings for her
mother emerged in the transference from their unconscious prison during the
course of therapy , they were accompanied by devastating changes in her ego ...

Author: Kenneth S.. Bowers

Publisher: Wiley-Interscience

ISBN: UOM:39015008472279

Category: Psychology

Page: 311

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Categories: Psychology