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Readership: Academics specializing in criminology, sociology, and related fields, plus practitioners in the Prison Service. Also of interest to criminal justice, criminology, and sociology students.
Coretta Phillips, Senior Lecturer in Social Policy, London School of Economics and Political Science
Coretta Phillips is Senior Lecturer in the London School of Economics' Department of Social Policy. She has published extensively in the field of ethnicity, crime and criminal justice and served on the editorial board of the British Journal of Criminology.
"Using rich empirical material drawn from her extensive qualitative research in HMP Maidstone and Rochester YOI, Phillips delineates the significance of ethnic, religious and national identities for how modern prison life is lived. ... this thought-provoking investigation is an important contribution to criminologu." - Gemma Birkett, The Howard Journal of Criminal Justice
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: Racialised Masculinities Inside
6: The Pains of Racism