The prison is another country: incarcerated students and (im)mobility in Australian prisons

@article{Farley2017ThePI,
  title={The prison is another country: incarcerated students and (im)mobility in Australian prisons},
  author={Helen Farley and Susan Hopkins},
  journal={Critical Studies in Education},
  year={2017},
  volume={58},
  pages={150 - 167}
}
ABSTRACT Space, time and movement have particular meanings and significance for Australian prisoners attempting higher education while incarcerated. In a sense, the prison is another ‘world’ or ‘country’ with its own spatial and temporal arrangements and constraints for incarcerated university students. The contemporary digital university typically presupposes a level of mobility and access to mobile communication technologies which most Australian prisoners cannot access. This article examines… 

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