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Criminogenic needs and the transformative risk subject
This article examines the discrepancies between theories of risk and penality and emergent strategies of risk/need identification and management. Working back from the strategies themselves, I argueExpand
Punishment in Disguise: Penal Governance and Federal Imprisonment of Women in Canada
In .Punishment in Disguise., Kelly Hannah-Moffat presents a look at some current forms of penal governance in Canadian federal women's prisons. Hannah-Moffat uses women's imprisonment to theorize theExpand
Strategic masculinities: Vulnerabilities, risk and the production of prison masculinities
Expressions of masculinity in prison are most often characterized as being structured in response to an environment that encourages displays of stoicism, bravery, physical prowess andExpand
Prisons that Empower. Neo-liberal Governance in Canadian Women's Prisons
This paper uses recent policy changes in Canadian women's imprisonment to examine the emergence of neo-liberal strategies of penal governing. The first section critically assesses the claim that newExpand
Actuarial Sentencing: An “Unsettled” Proposition
This paper discusses the concerns associated with the introduction of, and increased reliance on, actuarial risk tools in sentencing in order to: (1) stimulate cross-disciplinary dialog and researchExpand
Sacrosanct or Flawed: Risk, Accountability and Gender- Responsive Penal Politics
Abstract This article argues that Canadian and many international discussions of gender responsive (GR) penality have substituted male normative criteria with a ‘female norm’ without much criticalExpand
Prisons that Empower
This paper uses recent policy changes in Canadian women's imprisonment to examine the emergence of neo-liberal strategies of penal governing. The first section critically assesses the claim that newExpand
UNDER THESE CONDITIONS Gender, Parole and the Governance of Reintegration
Despite the widespread use of conditions in various phases of the criminal justice system (e.g. bail, probation, parole), there has been little theoretical examination of their purposes or theExpand
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