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Author Phillips, Coretta.
Title The multicultural prison [electronic resource] : ethnicity, masculinity, and social relations among prisoners / Coretta Phillips.
Publication Info Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2012.
Edition 1st ed.



Descript xix, 246 p. ; 23 cm.
Edition 1st ed.
Contents 1. Enduring trialities, globalization, and prison populations -- 2. Racial identities, social relations, and prison policies -- 3. The art of the possible: epistemological turns and counter-turns -- 4. Ethnic identities, faith, and the dynamics of multicultural con-viviality -- 5. From boys to men: racialized masculinities inside -- 6. The pains of racism.
Note .
ISBN 0199697221
9780199697229
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Author Phillips, Coretta.
Series Clarendon studies in criminology
Clarendon studies in criminology.
Subject Prisons -- Great Britain -- Sociological aspects.
Prisons and race relations -- Great Britain.
Masculinity -- Social aspects -- Great Britain.
Prison psychology -- Great Britain.
Descript xix, 246 p. ; 23 cm.
Edition 1st ed.
Contents 1. Enduring trialities, globalization, and prison populations -- 2. Racial identities, social relations, and prison policies -- 3. The art of the possible: epistemological turns and counter-turns -- 4. Ethnic identities, faith, and the dynamics of multicultural con-viviality -- 5. From boys to men: racialized masculinities inside -- 6. The pains of racism.
Note .
ISBN 0199697221
9780199697229
Author Phillips, Coretta.
Series Clarendon studies in criminology
Clarendon studies in criminology.
Subject Prisons -- Great Britain -- Sociological aspects.
Prisons and race relations -- Great Britain.
Masculinity -- Social aspects -- Great Britain.
Prison psychology -- Great Britain.

Subject Prisons -- Great Britain -- Sociological aspects.
Prisons and race relations -- Great Britain.
Masculinity -- Social aspects -- Great Britain.
Prison psychology -- Great Britain.
Descript xix, 246 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents 1. Enduring trialities, globalization, and prison populations -- 2. Racial identities, social relations, and prison policies -- 3. The art of the possible: epistemological turns and counter-turns -- 4. Ethnic identities, faith, and the dynamics of multicultural con-viviality -- 5. From boys to men: racialized masculinities inside -- 6. The pains of racism.
Note .
ISBN 0199697221
9780199697229

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