Marginalized Mothers Mothering from the Margins

This volume examines the barriers and borders that marginalize mothers and their efforts to be good mothers and how they mother as a form of resistance to these barriers and borders.

Author: Tiffany Taylor

Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing

ISBN: 9781787564015

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 304

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This volume examines the barriers and borders that marginalize mothers and their efforts to be good mothers and how they mother as a form of resistance to these barriers and borders.

Marginalized Mothers Mothering from the Margins

All 21 mothers self-identified themselves as non-White; 17 as Black, one as Latina; one as Asian American; ... “mother,” “mothering,” “motherhood,” and “support”), then refined the categories into focused codes and subcodes (e.g., ...

Author: Tiffany Taylor

Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing

ISBN: 9781787564008

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 304

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This volume examines the barriers and borders that marginalize mothers and their efforts to be good mothers and how they mother as a form of resistance to these barriers and borders.

Mothering from the Inside

Disrupted mothering: Narratives of mothers in prison. In Taylor, T. & Bloch, K. (Eds.), Marginalized mothers, mothering from the margins (pp. 157–173). Bingley: Emerald Publishing Limited. Lockwood, K., Smith, K., & Karpenko-Seccombe, ...

Author: Kelly Lockwood

Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing

ISBN: 9781789733433

Category: Social Science

Page: 232

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The book takes a holistic approach to highlight and explore the range of issues specifically associated with mothering and imprisonment, from sentencing, through custody to resettlement and focusing on the perspective of mothers and their children.

Convict Criminology for the Future

Disrupted mothering: Narratives of mothers in prison. In T. Taylor & K. Bloch (Eds.), Marginalized mothers, mothering from the margins. Advances in gender research (Vol. 25, pp. 157–173). Bingley: Emerald Publishing Limited.

Author: Jeffrey Ian Ross

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000223880

Category: Social Science

Page: 226

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Bringing together a variety of diverse international contributors from the Convict Criminology community, Convict Criminology for the Future surveys the historical roots of Convict Criminology, the current challenges experienced by formerly incarcerated people, and future directions for the field. Over the past two decades research has been conducted in the field of Convict Criminology, recognizing that the convict voice has long been ignored or marginalized in academia, criminal justice practice, and public policy debates. This edited volume provides a much-needed update on the state of the field and how it has evolved. Seven primary themes are examined. Historical underpinnings of Convict Criminology Adaptations to prison life Longstanding challenges for prisoners and formerly incarcerated people Post-secondary education behind bars The expansion of Convict Criminology beyond North America Conducting scholarly research in carceral settings Future directions in Convict Criminology A global line up of contributors, from the fields of Criminology, Criminal Justice, Law, Political Science, and Sociology, comprehensively tackle each topic, reviewing causes, reactions, and solutions to challenges. The volume also includes a chronology of significant events in the history of Convict Criminology. Integrating current events with research using a variety of methods in scholarly analysis, Convict Criminology for the Future is invaluable reading for students and scholars of corrections, criminology, criminal justice, law, and sociology.

Criminal Women

Garcia , J. ( 2016 ) 'Understanding the lives of mothers after incarceration: moving beyond socially constructed definitions ... 'Disrupted mothering: narratives of mothers in prison', in Marginalized Mothers, Mothering from the Margins ...

Author: Grace, Sharon

Publisher: Policy Press

ISBN: 9781529208429

Category: Social Science

Page: 152

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Accounts of female offenders’ journeys into the criminal justice system are often silenced or marginalized. Featuring a Foreword from Pat Carlen and inspired by her seminal book ‘Criminal Women’, this collection uses participatory, inclusive and narrative methodologies to highlight the lived experiences of women involved with the criminal justice system. It presents studies focused on drug use and supply, sex work, sexual exploitation and experiences of imprisonment. Bringing together cutting-edge feminist research, this book exposes the intersecting oppressions and social control often central to women’s experiences of the justice system and offers invaluable insights for developing penal policies that account for the needs of women.

Childcare Struggles Maternal Workers and Social Reproduction

Chatillon , A. and Schneider , B.E. ( 2018) 'We must summon the courage': black activist mothering against police brutality. In: T. Taylor and K. Bloch (eds) Marginalized Mothers, Mothering from the Margins . Bingley: Emerald Publishing ...

Author: Maud Perrier

Publisher: Policy Press

ISBN: 9781529214925

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 148

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Spanning the UK, Australia and Canada, this comparative study brings maternal workers' politicized voices to the centre of contemporary debates on class, work and gender. The book illustrates why social reproduction needs to be at the centre of a critical theory of work, care and mothering for post-pandemic times.

Educating the Household

In Marginalized Mothers, Mothering from the Margins. Emerald Publishing Limited. https://www.emerald.com/insight/content/doi/10.1108/S1529-212620180000025001/full/html Kensinger, Coutney, & Minnick, Dorlisa J. The invisible village: An ...

Author: Dr. Ariel Sylvester

Publisher: Dr. Arie Sylvester

ISBN: 9781958240021

Category: Education

Page: 116

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Five single-mother college students give their testaments of how impactful CCAMPIS (Child Care Access Means Parents In School) funded on-campus child care has been towards their academic persistence, social leveraging, and social support. In this book about a $50 million grant funded by the U.S. Department of Education, you will learn how beneficial it has been in helping these single mothers stay in school, and providing other supports they need to academically succeed. Statements are also given from on-campus child care facility staff who are pivotal in helping single-mother college students stay in scholl and educate their young children.

Children and Young People Looked After

... everyday experiences of surveillance and silenced voices among marginalised mothers in Welsh low-income locales', in T. Taylor and K. Bloch (eds), Marginalized Mothers, Mothering from the Margins, Advances in Gender Research, Vol.

Author: Louise Roberts

Publisher: University of Wales Press

ISBN: 9781786833563

Category: Social Science

Page: 288

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Despite a proliferation of legislative action in response to differential outcomes, the relative educational, employment and lifecourse disadvantages of individuals who have experienced the care system remains a pressing issue of widespread international concern. In Wales, a significant body of work has been produced on and with care-experienced children and young people. This edited collection attempts to highlight these valuable insights in a single volume, with contributions from well-established and early career scholars working in different traditions – including education, psychology, policy studies, sociology and social work – to provide a unique opportunity for reflection across disciplinary boundaries and shed new light on common problems and opportunities stimulated by research in the field of social care. The volume introduces a range of contexts and sites – including the home, the school, alternative educational institutions, contact centres, and the natural environment – and reflexively explores changes and continuities within the political and geographical landscape that constitutes Wales. Each chapter introduces insights, reflections and recommendations about the care system and its impacts, which will be useful for readers across geographical contexts who are concerned with improving the lives of children, young people and wider family networks.

Criminalized Mothers Criminalizing Mothering

We have opened the window into the material and symbolic realities of mothering at the margins. ... relationship between mothering and criminalization is critically important so we can understand why the most marginalized mothers are ...

Author: Joanne Minaker

Publisher: Demeter Press

ISBN: 9781926452791

Category: Social Science

Page: 409

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As the fastest growing prison population worldwide, more and more women are living in cages and most of them are mothers. This alarming trend has huge ramifications for women, children and communities across the globe. Empathy for mothers behind bars and concern for criminalized mothers in the community is in short supply. Mothers are criminalized for their vulnerabilities and for making unpopular but difficult choices under material and ideological conditions not of their own choosing. Criminalized Mothers, Criminalizing Mothering shines a spotlight on mothers who are, by law or social regulation, criminalized and examines their troubles and triumphs. This book offers a critical and compassionate lens on social (in)justice, mass incarceration, and collective miseries women experience (i.e., economic inequality, gendered violence, devalued care work, lone-parenting etc.). This book is also about mothers’ encounters with systems of control, confinement, and criminalization, but also their experiences of care.

Prison Dog Programs

Disrupted mothering: Narratives of mothers in prison. In T. Taylor & K. Bloch (Eds.), Marginalized mothers, mothering from the margins (pp. 157–173, Vol. 25). Bingley, UK: Emerald Publishing Limited. Maruna, S. (2001).

Author: Mary Renck Jalongo

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030256180

Category: Social Science

Page: 322

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This edited volume brings together a diverse group of contributors to create a review of research and an agenda for the future of dog care and training in correctional facilities. Bolstered by research that documents the potential benefits of HAI, many correctional facilities have implemented prison dog programs that involve inmates in the care and training of canines, not only as family dogs but also as service dogs for people with psychological and/or physical disabilities. Providing an evidence-based treatment of the topic, this book also draws upon the vast practical experience of individuals who have successfully begun, maintained, improved, and evaluated various types of dog programs with inmates; it includes first-person perspectives from all of the stakeholders in a prison dog program—the corrections staff, the recipients of the dogs, the inmate/trainers, and the community volunteers and sponsors Human-animal interaction (HAI) is a burgeoning field of research that spans different disciplines: corrections, psychology, education, social work, animal welfare, and veterinary medicine, to name a few. Written for an array of professionals interested in prison dog programs, the book will hold special interest for researchers in criminal justice and corrections, forensic psychology, and to those with a commitment to promoting the ideals of rehabilitation, desistance thinking, restorative justice, and re-entry tools for inmates.