OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

Serving the Stigmatized: Working within the Incarcerated Environment

ISBN : 9780190678753

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¥14,069
Author: 
Wesley T. Church, II; David W. Springer
Pages
408 Pages
Format
Hardcover
Size
156 x 235 mm
Pub date
Aug 2018
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Serving the Stigmatized is the first book of its kind that explores best practices when dealing with a specific prison population while under some form of institutional control. If the established goal of a correctional facility is to rehabilitate, then it is imperative that the rehabilitation is effective and does not simply serve as a political buzz word. The timing of releasing this book coincides with a real movement in the United States, supported by both conservative and liberal advocates and foundations, to decrease the size of the prison population by returning more offenders to their communities. The text examines 14 specific populations and how to effectively treat them in order to better serve them and our communities.

Index: 

Chapter 1--Mental Illness in Prison Populations: Policy, Practice, and Challenges
Eprise R. Armstrong, Drew E. Winters, and Jeremiah W. Jaggers
Chapter 2--Suicide Risk Among Adolescents Involved in the Justice System: Risk and Suggestions for Prevention
Susan Deluca and Daley DiCorcia
Chapter 3--Sex Offenders as Prison Inmates
David Patrick Connor
Chapter 4--HIV/AIDS and the Incarcerated Population
Elizabeth C. Pomeroy
Chapter 5--Aging, Stigma, and Criminal Justice: Toward Human Rights Based Assessment and Intervention
Tina Maschi and George Leibowitz
Chapter 6--Parents in Prison: Promoting Success During Reentry to the Community
J. Mark Eddy and Jean E. Schumer
Chapter 7--Youth Certified as Adults and Serving Adult Sentences
Stephen W. Phillippi Jr. and Ellen P. McCann
Chapter 8--Substance Abuse Treatment in Prison: The Therapeutic Community
Matthew Hiller and Christine Saum
Chapter 9--Sexuality on the Inside: Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Inmates
James Roffee and Andrea Waling
Chapter 10--Trans People and Responding to Need: Improving Carceral Management
James Roffee
Chapter 11--The Role of Race/Ethnicity in Criminal and Juvenile Justice
Susan McCarter
Chapter 12--Coming Home: Challenges and Opportunities to Enhance Reentry Success
Katie Berry, Matt Gilmour, Stephanie C. Kennedy, and Stephen J. Tripodi
Chapter 13--Incarcerated Veterans
Evan R. Seamone, Kate H. Thomas, and David L. Albright
Chapter 14--Immigrant Inmates in the Correctional System
Khadija Khaja and Jeremiah W. Jaggers
Chapter 15--Terminal Illness in Correctional Settings
Stephanie Grace Prost

About the author: 

Wesley T. Church II, PhD, LGSW, is the Director and J. Franklin Bayhi Endowed Professor at the Louisiana State University School of Social Work. Dr. Church earned his PhD from the University of Utah College of Social Work in 2003. Dr. Church's research has been focused on examining issues facing children and adolescents and their families. His interest lies in the impact of race, socio-economic status, gender, education, crime, and family on the involvement of children and their families as they navigate their way through major systems (i.e. welfare, justice, and health care).; David W. Springer, PhD, LCSW, is the Director of the RGK Center for Philanthropy and Community Service, a University Distinguished Teaching Professor, and Fellow to the Sid Richardson Chair of Public Affairs in the LBJ School of Public Affairs at The University of Texas at Austin. He began his careers as a clinical social worker in community- and school-based settings with adolescents and their families. Today, his teaching and research coalesce around sustainable communities, criminal and juvenile justice, and positive youth development.

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