Session 366: CC12 -> Critical Perspectives on Incarceration and Post-Incarceration (Sponsored by the Division on Critical Criminology)
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Friday, November 17
Place: W-Elizabeth A
Session Chair: Stewart J. D'Alessio, Florida International University
Private Prisons for Dummies: Social Costs, Executive Pay, and the Management Overhead of a NASDAQ Company
by: Paul S. Leighton, Eastern Michigan University (Corresponding)
"Reading" Prisons: A Humanistic Approach
by: Christopher R. Williams, CA School of Professional Psychology (Corresponding)
Bruce Arrigo, CA School of Professional Psychology
A Multilevel Test of the Rusche and Kirchheimer Thesis
by: Lisa Stolzenberg, Florida International University
Stewart J. D'Alessio, Florida International University (Corresponding)
"Not In My Backyard" and the Reintegration of Offenders: Discourses of Rejection and Inclusion in the Risk Society
by: Linda B. Deutschmann, University College of the Cariboo (Corresponding)
Reconceptualizing Post-Incarceration Criminal Disenfranchisement: Historical Practices, Purposes, and the New Penology
by: Samantha S. Kwan, University of Maryland (Corresponding)

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