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Indiana State University

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Matthew Draper
Utah Valley University
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Roger Schaefer
Central Washington University
 
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ISSN 2166-8094

July, 2016, Vol. 8(2)
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Policing and its spatial imaginaries, p.p.  77-89
Elaine Campbell, Newcastle University, UK
The Descent of Nature: Constructing the “Other”in Historical Newspapers, p.p. 90-104
Ethan M. Higgins, University of Louisville
The Noble Cause Corruption of Frank Castle, p.p.105-123
Aryeh Halevy & Jonathon A. Copper, Indiana University of Pennsylvania          
 Civilian United States Support for Military and Imperial State Crime, p.p. 124-143        Joshua Klein, Iona College 

FEATURED TEXT:

Inmates’ Narratives and Discursive Discipline in Prison: Rewriting personal histories through cognitive-behavioral programs.                                                                                                              

Jennifer A. Schlosser, Colorado State University-Puebla
Routledge

 

Commentary:

Commentary on Inmates' Narratives and Discursive Discipline in Prisons,
p.p. 145-147

Lydia Littlejohns & Tony Ward, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

Prison-Based Cognitive Behavioral Treatment--A Mechanism of Panoptic Control Commentary on Jennifer A. Schlosser's (2015) Narratives and Discursive Discipline in Prison: Rewriting Personal Histories through Cognitive-Behavioral Programs.
p.p. 148-159


Jacqueline B. Helfgott, Seattle University 

 

Cognitive behavioral therapy and the cost of collective humanity: Commentary on discursive discipline in prisons – Schlosser.
p.p. 160-162


Roger L Schaefer, Ph.D. Central Washington University 

 

Author's response

Jennifer Schlosser, Colorado State University--Puebla

 

 

 


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