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Author Herrity, Kate.
Title Sensory Penalities : Exploring the Senses in Spaces of Punishment and Social Control.
Publisher Bingley : Emerald Publishing Limited, 2021.
Copyright date ©2021.



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Contents Cover -- Half-Title Page -- Series Page -- Half-Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- About the Editors -- About the Authors -- Acknowledgements -- Foreword -- Introduction: Welcome to the Sensorium -- The Background to this Collection -- Sensing and Sensemaking -- A 'Sensory Turn' in Criminology? -- References -- Part I: Making Sense of the Sensory -- Chapter 1: Hearing Order in Flesh and Blood: Sensemaking and Attunement in the Pub and the Prison -- The Pub and the Prison -- Making Sense of Sensemaking in the Pub -- Ordering Attunement in the Bar -- Sensemaking at HMP Midtown -- 'Everyday' Attunement -- Sensemaking and Attunement in Flesh and Blood -- References -- Chapter 2: Fire! Fire! - The Prison Cell and the Thick Sensuality of Trappedness -- Something Woke Me Up. What is it? -- I Crash from the Murky Fog of Disturbed Sleep to Full Awareness -- The Walls Seem Real All of a Sudden -- I'm Alone. Powerless. -- I'm in a Sealed Box. This Cell is a Trap -- This is What Prison is -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 3: Sensing Supervision Through Stories and Songs -- Introduction -- A Sensory Story About Supervision -- Fergus McNeill -- Sounding Supervision -- Jo Collinson Scott -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 4: Touching Life, Death, and Dis/connection in a State Prison Infirmary -- Introduction -- Researching Dying and End-of-Life Care in Prison -- Serving Empty Time in Cell No. 5 -- Warm(ing) Hands and Hearts in the Prison 'Death Room' -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Part II: Sensing the Field -- Chapter 5: Sensing Transition: Exploring Prison Life in Post-Revolution Tunisia -- Introduction: 'Seeing is Believing, But Feeling is the Truth' -- Prisons in Post-Revolution Tunisia -- Sensing Prisons in Transition -- Food, Smell, and the Re-creation of Home -- Reform, the Arts, and Sensing Change.
The Sensual Pains of Overpopulation -- Concluding Reflections -- References -- Chapter 6: Sensing Secrecy: Power, Violence and Its Concealment in Nicaraguan Prisons -- Prisons and Secrecy -- Sensing Prison Secrets: An Embodied Approach -- (Un)Muting -- Violence, Power and Secrecy -- Keeping Secrets -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 7: The Embedded Researcher: Experiencing Life in a Probation Approved Premises -- Introduction: The Importance of Sensory Analytical Reflection -- Exploring the Sensory Criminal Justice Experience: The Research Study -- The Physicality of the Hostel: The Sensory Experience of Space -- The Production of Place: The Sensory Experience of Social Interactions -- Leaving the Hostel: Sensory Experiences of Time in Place -- Concluding Thoughts -- References -- Chapter 8: Space, Surveillance, and Sound in Pre- and Post-Reform Prisons in the Dominican Republic -- Research Methods -- Background: The Dominican Prison Reform Process and the New Prison Management Model -- Space and Boundaries -- Visibility and Surveillance -- Sounds and Noise -- Discussion and Conclusion -- Acknowledgement -- References -- Part III: Subverting the Senses -- Chapter 9: Sensing and Unease in Immigration Confinement: An Abolitionist's Perspective -- Lost in the Field -- Sandholm, Sjælsmark and Ellebæk: A Triangle of Variable Confinements -- The Asylum for People Seeking Asylum -- 'Just Like a Prison House' -- Formalised Confinement: Immigration Detention in Ellebæk -- Working on the Inside -- Conclusion: Abolishing Illusions -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Chapter 10: Rumbling Stomachs and Silent Crying: Mapping and Reflecting Emotion in the Sensory Landscape of the Courthouse -- Coming to One's Senses as a Courthouse Ethnographer -- Mapping the Emotional Landscape of the Courthouse -- The Courthouse Building -- Feeling and Sensing Security.
Contrasting the Atmospheres Inside and Outside the Courtroom -- Noises -- Atmospheres and Bodies -- The Sound of Laughter, Crying and Rumbling Stomachs -- Reflecting on My Own Emotional and Sensory Experiences -- Shame and Intimacy -- Fear and Foolishness -- Closing Words -- References -- Part IV: Sensory Reflections -- Chapter 11: Sensory Reflections on a Japanese Prison -- Introduction -- Imprisonment in Japan: Contextualising Kyoto Prison -- Approaching Kyoto Prison -- Senses of Imprisonment: Entering the Secure Spaces of Kyoto Prison -- (a) Absence-and-Presence as Spatial Control -- (b) Atmospheres and Air -- Concluding Thoughts: Sensing Kyoto Prison -- References -- Chapter 12: The Everything Else -- An Accidental Ethnographer -- Ten Stories -- I. Hair -- II. Sour Spicy Sweet -- III. Just Visiting -- IV. Thick -- V. Clink -- VI. Commute -- VII. Mother -- VIII. Pink -- IX. Tint -- X. Detection -- A Reflection -- Reference -- Chapter 13: Ethiopian Notes -- Going -- Seeing -- Hearing -- Smelling and Tasting -- Touching and Being -- Reflecting -- Comparing -- Chapter 14: The Street as an Affective Atmosphere -- Conclusion -- References -- Afterword: Sensing Carceral Worlds -- References -- Index.
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ISBN 9781839097287 (electronic bk.)
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Author Herrity, Kate.
Series Emerald Studies in Culture, Criminal Justice and the Arts Ser.
Emerald Studies in Culture, Criminal Justice and the Arts Ser.
Alt author Schmidt, Bethany E.
Warr, Jason.
Descript 1 online resource (279 pages)
Content text txt
Media computer c
Carrier online resource cr
Contents Cover -- Half-Title Page -- Series Page -- Half-Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- About the Editors -- About the Authors -- Acknowledgements -- Foreword -- Introduction: Welcome to the Sensorium -- The Background to this Collection -- Sensing and Sensemaking -- A 'Sensory Turn' in Criminology? -- References -- Part I: Making Sense of the Sensory -- Chapter 1: Hearing Order in Flesh and Blood: Sensemaking and Attunement in the Pub and the Prison -- The Pub and the Prison -- Making Sense of Sensemaking in the Pub -- Ordering Attunement in the Bar -- Sensemaking at HMP Midtown -- 'Everyday' Attunement -- Sensemaking and Attunement in Flesh and Blood -- References -- Chapter 2: Fire! Fire! - The Prison Cell and the Thick Sensuality of Trappedness -- Something Woke Me Up. What is it? -- I Crash from the Murky Fog of Disturbed Sleep to Full Awareness -- The Walls Seem Real All of a Sudden -- I'm Alone. Powerless. -- I'm in a Sealed Box. This Cell is a Trap -- This is What Prison is -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 3: Sensing Supervision Through Stories and Songs -- Introduction -- A Sensory Story About Supervision -- Fergus McNeill -- Sounding Supervision -- Jo Collinson Scott -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 4: Touching Life, Death, and Dis/connection in a State Prison Infirmary -- Introduction -- Researching Dying and End-of-Life Care in Prison -- Serving Empty Time in Cell No. 5 -- Warm(ing) Hands and Hearts in the Prison 'Death Room' -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Part II: Sensing the Field -- Chapter 5: Sensing Transition: Exploring Prison Life in Post-Revolution Tunisia -- Introduction: 'Seeing is Believing, But Feeling is the Truth' -- Prisons in Post-Revolution Tunisia -- Sensing Prisons in Transition -- Food, Smell, and the Re-creation of Home -- Reform, the Arts, and Sensing Change.
The Sensual Pains of Overpopulation -- Concluding Reflections -- References -- Chapter 6: Sensing Secrecy: Power, Violence and Its Concealment in Nicaraguan Prisons -- Prisons and Secrecy -- Sensing Prison Secrets: An Embodied Approach -- (Un)Muting -- Violence, Power and Secrecy -- Keeping Secrets -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 7: The Embedded Researcher: Experiencing Life in a Probation Approved Premises -- Introduction: The Importance of Sensory Analytical Reflection -- Exploring the Sensory Criminal Justice Experience: The Research Study -- The Physicality of the Hostel: The Sensory Experience of Space -- The Production of Place: The Sensory Experience of Social Interactions -- Leaving the Hostel: Sensory Experiences of Time in Place -- Concluding Thoughts -- References -- Chapter 8: Space, Surveillance, and Sound in Pre- and Post-Reform Prisons in the Dominican Republic -- Research Methods -- Background: The Dominican Prison Reform Process and the New Prison Management Model -- Space and Boundaries -- Visibility and Surveillance -- Sounds and Noise -- Discussion and Conclusion -- Acknowledgement -- References -- Part III: Subverting the Senses -- Chapter 9: Sensing and Unease in Immigration Confinement: An Abolitionist's Perspective -- Lost in the Field -- Sandholm, Sjælsmark and Ellebæk: A Triangle of Variable Confinements -- The Asylum for People Seeking Asylum -- 'Just Like a Prison House' -- Formalised Confinement: Immigration Detention in Ellebæk -- Working on the Inside -- Conclusion: Abolishing Illusions -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Chapter 10: Rumbling Stomachs and Silent Crying: Mapping and Reflecting Emotion in the Sensory Landscape of the Courthouse -- Coming to One's Senses as a Courthouse Ethnographer -- Mapping the Emotional Landscape of the Courthouse -- The Courthouse Building -- Feeling and Sensing Security.
Contrasting the Atmospheres Inside and Outside the Courtroom -- Noises -- Atmospheres and Bodies -- The Sound of Laughter, Crying and Rumbling Stomachs -- Reflecting on My Own Emotional and Sensory Experiences -- Shame and Intimacy -- Fear and Foolishness -- Closing Words -- References -- Part IV: Sensory Reflections -- Chapter 11: Sensory Reflections on a Japanese Prison -- Introduction -- Imprisonment in Japan: Contextualising Kyoto Prison -- Approaching Kyoto Prison -- Senses of Imprisonment: Entering the Secure Spaces of Kyoto Prison -- (a) Absence-and-Presence as Spatial Control -- (b) Atmospheres and Air -- Concluding Thoughts: Sensing Kyoto Prison -- References -- Chapter 12: The Everything Else -- An Accidental Ethnographer -- Ten Stories -- I. Hair -- II. Sour Spicy Sweet -- III. Just Visiting -- IV. Thick -- V. Clink -- VI. Commute -- VII. Mother -- VIII. Pink -- IX. Tint -- X. Detection -- A Reflection -- Reference -- Chapter 13: Ethiopian Notes -- Going -- Seeing -- Hearing -- Smelling and Tasting -- Touching and Being -- Reflecting -- Comparing -- Chapter 14: The Street as an Affective Atmosphere -- Conclusion -- References -- Afterword: Sensing Carceral Worlds -- References -- Index.
Note Unlimited number of concurrent users. UkHlHU
ISBN 9781839097287 (electronic bk.)
Author Herrity, Kate.
Series Emerald Studies in Culture, Criminal Justice and the Arts Ser.
Emerald Studies in Culture, Criminal Justice and the Arts Ser.
Alt author Schmidt, Bethany E.
Warr, Jason.

Descript 1 online resource (279 pages)
Content text txt
Media computer c
Carrier online resource cr
Contents Cover -- Half-Title Page -- Series Page -- Half-Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- About the Editors -- About the Authors -- Acknowledgements -- Foreword -- Introduction: Welcome to the Sensorium -- The Background to this Collection -- Sensing and Sensemaking -- A 'Sensory Turn' in Criminology? -- References -- Part I: Making Sense of the Sensory -- Chapter 1: Hearing Order in Flesh and Blood: Sensemaking and Attunement in the Pub and the Prison -- The Pub and the Prison -- Making Sense of Sensemaking in the Pub -- Ordering Attunement in the Bar -- Sensemaking at HMP Midtown -- 'Everyday' Attunement -- Sensemaking and Attunement in Flesh and Blood -- References -- Chapter 2: Fire! Fire! - The Prison Cell and the Thick Sensuality of Trappedness -- Something Woke Me Up. What is it? -- I Crash from the Murky Fog of Disturbed Sleep to Full Awareness -- The Walls Seem Real All of a Sudden -- I'm Alone. Powerless. -- I'm in a Sealed Box. This Cell is a Trap -- This is What Prison is -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 3: Sensing Supervision Through Stories and Songs -- Introduction -- A Sensory Story About Supervision -- Fergus McNeill -- Sounding Supervision -- Jo Collinson Scott -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 4: Touching Life, Death, and Dis/connection in a State Prison Infirmary -- Introduction -- Researching Dying and End-of-Life Care in Prison -- Serving Empty Time in Cell No. 5 -- Warm(ing) Hands and Hearts in the Prison 'Death Room' -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Part II: Sensing the Field -- Chapter 5: Sensing Transition: Exploring Prison Life in Post-Revolution Tunisia -- Introduction: 'Seeing is Believing, But Feeling is the Truth' -- Prisons in Post-Revolution Tunisia -- Sensing Prisons in Transition -- Food, Smell, and the Re-creation of Home -- Reform, the Arts, and Sensing Change.
The Sensual Pains of Overpopulation -- Concluding Reflections -- References -- Chapter 6: Sensing Secrecy: Power, Violence and Its Concealment in Nicaraguan Prisons -- Prisons and Secrecy -- Sensing Prison Secrets: An Embodied Approach -- (Un)Muting -- Violence, Power and Secrecy -- Keeping Secrets -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 7: The Embedded Researcher: Experiencing Life in a Probation Approved Premises -- Introduction: The Importance of Sensory Analytical Reflection -- Exploring the Sensory Criminal Justice Experience: The Research Study -- The Physicality of the Hostel: The Sensory Experience of Space -- The Production of Place: The Sensory Experience of Social Interactions -- Leaving the Hostel: Sensory Experiences of Time in Place -- Concluding Thoughts -- References -- Chapter 8: Space, Surveillance, and Sound in Pre- and Post-Reform Prisons in the Dominican Republic -- Research Methods -- Background: The Dominican Prison Reform Process and the New Prison Management Model -- Space and Boundaries -- Visibility and Surveillance -- Sounds and Noise -- Discussion and Conclusion -- Acknowledgement -- References -- Part III: Subverting the Senses -- Chapter 9: Sensing and Unease in Immigration Confinement: An Abolitionist's Perspective -- Lost in the Field -- Sandholm, Sjælsmark and Ellebæk: A Triangle of Variable Confinements -- The Asylum for People Seeking Asylum -- 'Just Like a Prison House' -- Formalised Confinement: Immigration Detention in Ellebæk -- Working on the Inside -- Conclusion: Abolishing Illusions -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Chapter 10: Rumbling Stomachs and Silent Crying: Mapping and Reflecting Emotion in the Sensory Landscape of the Courthouse -- Coming to One's Senses as a Courthouse Ethnographer -- Mapping the Emotional Landscape of the Courthouse -- The Courthouse Building -- Feeling and Sensing Security.
Contrasting the Atmospheres Inside and Outside the Courtroom -- Noises -- Atmospheres and Bodies -- The Sound of Laughter, Crying and Rumbling Stomachs -- Reflecting on My Own Emotional and Sensory Experiences -- Shame and Intimacy -- Fear and Foolishness -- Closing Words -- References -- Part IV: Sensory Reflections -- Chapter 11: Sensory Reflections on a Japanese Prison -- Introduction -- Imprisonment in Japan: Contextualising Kyoto Prison -- Approaching Kyoto Prison -- Senses of Imprisonment: Entering the Secure Spaces of Kyoto Prison -- (a) Absence-and-Presence as Spatial Control -- (b) Atmospheres and Air -- Concluding Thoughts: Sensing Kyoto Prison -- References -- Chapter 12: The Everything Else -- An Accidental Ethnographer -- Ten Stories -- I. Hair -- II. Sour Spicy Sweet -- III. Just Visiting -- IV. Thick -- V. Clink -- VI. Commute -- VII. Mother -- VIII. Pink -- IX. Tint -- X. Detection -- A Reflection -- Reference -- Chapter 13: Ethiopian Notes -- Going -- Seeing -- Hearing -- Smelling and Tasting -- Touching and Being -- Reflecting -- Comparing -- Chapter 14: The Street as an Affective Atmosphere -- Conclusion -- References -- Afterword: Sensing Carceral Worlds -- References -- Index.
Note Unlimited number of concurrent users. UkHlHU
Alt author Schmidt, Bethany E.
Warr, Jason.
ISBN 9781839097287 (electronic bk.)

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