This two-volume, edited collection lays the groundwork for an international exploration of incarceration and generation, cover a range of geographic, judicial and administrative contexts of incarceration from contributors across a range of subjects. Volume I explores an array of experiences, dynamics, cultures, interventions and impacts of incarceration in specific generations: childhood, youth and emerging adulthood, adulthood and older age. It covers topics such as: the expansion of the penal landscape; deprivation of liberty regarding children, the problem of unaccompanied migrant children; the incarceration of young adults and adults, exploring its impacts within and beyond incarceration and the consequences of imprisoning older populations. Volume II examines intergenerational relations issues within different contexts of incarceration. This collection discusses public policies and the role of the state and the citizen deprived of liberty. It speaks to academics in criminology, sociology, psychology, and law, and to practitioners and policymakers interested in incarceration.
Silvia Gomes is Lecturer at Nottingham Trent University (NTU), UK, and researcher at the Interdisciplinary Centre of Social Sciences (CICS.NOVA), Portugal, and at the Critical Crimininology Research Group at NTU, UK.
Maria João Leote de Carvalho is researcher at the Interdisciplinary Centre of Social Sciences (CICS.NOVA), School of Social Sciences and Humanities at the Universidade NOVA de Lisboa (NOVA FCSH), Portugal.
Vera Duarte is Assistant Professor at University of Maia (ISMAI) and researcher at the Interdisciplinary Centre of Social Sciences (CICS.NOVA), Portugal.
Chapter 1. Incarceration and Generation: Mapping a conceptual, theoretical and empirical field of research (Sílvia Gomes, Maria João Leote de Carvalho and Vera Duarte). - Chapter 2. Generations of penality: On prison, immigration detention and their intersections (Cristina Fernández-Bessa and José A. Brandariz). - Chapter 3. Global Child and Youth Imprisonment: histories, human rights standards, distributions, impacts, outcomes and replacements (Barry Goldson and Silvia Randazzo). - Chapter 4. Unaccompanied Migrant Children: Reality and perspective in Spain (Maria Inmaculada Ruiz Fincias). - Chapter 5. European justice systems and a developmental approach to young adults' incarceration (Kirti Zeijlmans, Take Sipma and André van der Laan). - Chapter 6. Goldies', 'Birdies' and 'Oldies': An Exploratory Analysis of Young Adults in Portuguese Prisons (Maria João Leote de Carvalho, Cláudia Urbano and Vera Duarte). - Chapter 7. Adults in the Brazilian prison system (Fernando Salla, Luiz Lourenço and Marcos César Alvarez). - Chapter 8. Gender, Incarceration and Reentry: An analysis of the barriers to reentry of male and female adult prisoners in Portugal (Silvia Gomes and Dixie Rocker). - Chapter 9. 'Same content in new bottles' in the immigration detention system in Canada: Impacts on young adult and adult undocumented migrants (Ana Ballesteros Pena). - Chapter 10. The consequences of imprisoning older males in prison in England and Wales (Claire de Motte)