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The Lived Sentence : Rethinking Sentencing, Risk and Rehabilitation.

By: Hall, Maggie.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Palgrave Studies in Prisons and Penology: Publisher: Cham : Springer International Publishing, 2017Copyright date: ©2016Description: 1 online resource (300 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783319450384.Subject(s): Critical criminologyAdditional physical formats: Print version:: The Lived Sentence : Rethinking Sentencing, Risk and RehabilitationDDC classification: 364.36 LOC classification: HV6001-7220.5Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
The Lived Sentence -- Contents -- List of Abbreviations -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 Core Hypotheses -- 2 The Socio-Political Context of Imprisonment in New South Wales -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Major Enquiries -- 2.3 Popular Sensibilities and Penal Politics -- 2.4 Expansion of the Prison Estate -- 2.5 Transmission/Extension of Penal Relations -- 2.6 Evaluation and Accountability -- 2.7 Legislative Changes -- Sentencing -- Bail -- Parole -- 2.8 Risk + "What Works" = A Limited Version of Rehabilitation -- 2.9 Conclusion -- 3 Theorising Sentencing -- 3.1 Introduction -- Sentencing as a Lived Experience -- Courts and Prisons -- The Subjectivity of the Sentencers -- 3.2 Sentencing in NSW -- 3.3 The Aims of Sentencing in NSW -- Punishment -- Prevention of Crime by Deterrence -- Protection of the Community -- Rehabilitation -- Accountability -- Denunciation -- Recognise Harm Done to Victim (and Community) -- 3.4 Risk and NSW Courts -- Risky Subjects-Sex Offenders -- Preventive Detention of Sex Offenders in NSW-Advance Guard for Risk-Technology-Reliant Judges? -- Cementing Them in Their Cells-Risk as a Cipher for Punishment and Denunciation -- Sentencing and Risk-Freiberg's "Guerrilla Judges" -- Sentencing and Risk-Case Law -- 3.5 Conclusion -- 4 Experiencing Sentencing -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Reasons for Judgment and Remarks on Sentence -- 4.3 Prisoners and Sentence Comments/Remarks -- Only a Number? -- In No State to Listen -- Strangers in a Strange Land -- Condemning the Person, Not the Act -- The Turning Point-The Power of Positive Comments -- Getting Sentence Comments -- 4.4 Remorse in Criminal Justice -- The Inconvenience of Innocence -- The Parole Authority and Innocence -- The Elephant in the Room: The Relationship Between "Truth" and Redemption and the Unbearable Unfairness of the Privileged Narrative -- 4.5 Conclusion.
5 Managerialism, Discipline and the "Responsible Prisoner" -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Managerialism and the Department of CSNSW NSW -- 5.3 Prison as Management of Bodies -- Processes of Sorting and Classification -- "Bound and Gagged" -- Risky, Secretive Systems -- The Information Vacuum -- "Soft Power" -- 5.4 Processes of Sorting, Classification and Management -- The Rules -- Unofficial Processes of Sorting -- Classification -- Escapes and the Discourse of Security -- The Holy Grail - Reduction in Classo, Access to External Leave -- Diagnosis -- Movements and the Transportation of Inmates - The "Tour of the State" -- Movements as a Disciplinary Tool -- Lockdowns -- 5.5 Discipline, Resistance, Compliance and Punishment -- Punishment - Segro and Removal of Privileges -- 5.6 Special Regimes -- AA, -'Public Interest Inmates' Reg. Cl. 277(1) (e) (OPM 18.1.) -- Protective Custody -- 5.7 Case Management, Throughcare and SORC -- Case Management and Throughcare -- SORC -- 5.8 Individualisation and the Responsible Prisoner -- The Responsible Prisoner -- 5.9 Conclusion -- 6 Relational Aspects of Imprisonment -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 The Relational Aspects of Life in Prison - Conceptions of Prison as "Community" -- Relationships with Others -- Prison Officers and Prisoners -- Taking It Personal and Playing Games -- Private Prison or New Opportunity for Change? -- Prisoners and Other Professionals -- Prisoners and Prisoners -- Drugs-"If You've Got the Powder You've Got the Power" -- Methadone -- Prisoners and Others-Visits and Family, Contact with the Outside World -- 6.3 Dimensions of Personal Identity -- Sexuality -- Ethnicity -- Officially Sanctioned Racial Sorting -- The Futility of Imprisonment for Non-Citizens -- An Indigenous Domain -- 6.4 Conclusion -- 7 Rehabilitation -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 What Does It Mean?.
Rehabilitation as Subjective Transformation -- Is It Possible in Prison? -- Remorse and Rehabilitation -- Sabotage -- Coercion -- What They Want to Hear -- Slipping the Guard -- The Therapeutic Relationship -- Dazed and Confused -- Rehabilitation as Desistance? -- A "Good Life" -- The White Picket Fence -- That Little Block -- Debt -- 7.3 The Hall of Mirrors-Risk and Responsibility -- The Driving Seat -- Right to the Top -- Availability of Programmes -- Empty Beds, Full Waiting Lists -- Legal Proceedings as Barriers to Management -- 7.4 Rehabilitation + Risk = Cog Skills -- Why Me? -- Rehabilitation as Certificate Collection-the "Tick and Flick" -- If the Offence Was Drugs, Then You Must Be a Junkie -- The Long and Winding Road-One Prisoner's Account -- 7.5 Conclusion -- 8 Conclusion -- 8.1 Theorising the Gap-Legal Sentencing and Penal Practices -- 8.2 The Interviews -- Subjective, Internalised, Transformative Sentences -- Transformation and Responsibilisation -- The Other Side of Responsibilisation: Entitlement -- Performance -- Legitimacy and the Aims of Sentencing -- 8.3 The Impact of Risk Focused Managerialism-Imaginary Sentences? -- 8.4 Conclusion: The Lived Sentence as Communication: The Devil in the Detail -- Bibliography -- Cases -- Legislation -- Articles/Books/Reports -- Index.
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The Lived Sentence -- Contents -- List of Abbreviations -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 Core Hypotheses -- 2 The Socio-Political Context of Imprisonment in New South Wales -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Major Enquiries -- 2.3 Popular Sensibilities and Penal Politics -- 2.4 Expansion of the Prison Estate -- 2.5 Transmission/Extension of Penal Relations -- 2.6 Evaluation and Accountability -- 2.7 Legislative Changes -- Sentencing -- Bail -- Parole -- 2.8 Risk + "What Works" = A Limited Version of Rehabilitation -- 2.9 Conclusion -- 3 Theorising Sentencing -- 3.1 Introduction -- Sentencing as a Lived Experience -- Courts and Prisons -- The Subjectivity of the Sentencers -- 3.2 Sentencing in NSW -- 3.3 The Aims of Sentencing in NSW -- Punishment -- Prevention of Crime by Deterrence -- Protection of the Community -- Rehabilitation -- Accountability -- Denunciation -- Recognise Harm Done to Victim (and Community) -- 3.4 Risk and NSW Courts -- Risky Subjects-Sex Offenders -- Preventive Detention of Sex Offenders in NSW-Advance Guard for Risk-Technology-Reliant Judges? -- Cementing Them in Their Cells-Risk as a Cipher for Punishment and Denunciation -- Sentencing and Risk-Freiberg's "Guerrilla Judges" -- Sentencing and Risk-Case Law -- 3.5 Conclusion -- 4 Experiencing Sentencing -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Reasons for Judgment and Remarks on Sentence -- 4.3 Prisoners and Sentence Comments/Remarks -- Only a Number? -- In No State to Listen -- Strangers in a Strange Land -- Condemning the Person, Not the Act -- The Turning Point-The Power of Positive Comments -- Getting Sentence Comments -- 4.4 Remorse in Criminal Justice -- The Inconvenience of Innocence -- The Parole Authority and Innocence -- The Elephant in the Room: The Relationship Between "Truth" and Redemption and the Unbearable Unfairness of the Privileged Narrative -- 4.5 Conclusion.

5 Managerialism, Discipline and the "Responsible Prisoner" -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Managerialism and the Department of CSNSW NSW -- 5.3 Prison as Management of Bodies -- Processes of Sorting and Classification -- "Bound and Gagged" -- Risky, Secretive Systems -- The Information Vacuum -- "Soft Power" -- 5.4 Processes of Sorting, Classification and Management -- The Rules -- Unofficial Processes of Sorting -- Classification -- Escapes and the Discourse of Security -- The Holy Grail - Reduction in Classo, Access to External Leave -- Diagnosis -- Movements and the Transportation of Inmates - The "Tour of the State" -- Movements as a Disciplinary Tool -- Lockdowns -- 5.5 Discipline, Resistance, Compliance and Punishment -- Punishment - Segro and Removal of Privileges -- 5.6 Special Regimes -- AA, -'Public Interest Inmates' Reg. Cl. 277(1) (e) (OPM 18.1.) -- Protective Custody -- 5.7 Case Management, Throughcare and SORC -- Case Management and Throughcare -- SORC -- 5.8 Individualisation and the Responsible Prisoner -- The Responsible Prisoner -- 5.9 Conclusion -- 6 Relational Aspects of Imprisonment -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 The Relational Aspects of Life in Prison - Conceptions of Prison as "Community" -- Relationships with Others -- Prison Officers and Prisoners -- Taking It Personal and Playing Games -- Private Prison or New Opportunity for Change? -- Prisoners and Other Professionals -- Prisoners and Prisoners -- Drugs-"If You've Got the Powder You've Got the Power" -- Methadone -- Prisoners and Others-Visits and Family, Contact with the Outside World -- 6.3 Dimensions of Personal Identity -- Sexuality -- Ethnicity -- Officially Sanctioned Racial Sorting -- The Futility of Imprisonment for Non-Citizens -- An Indigenous Domain -- 6.4 Conclusion -- 7 Rehabilitation -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 What Does It Mean?.

Rehabilitation as Subjective Transformation -- Is It Possible in Prison? -- Remorse and Rehabilitation -- Sabotage -- Coercion -- What They Want to Hear -- Slipping the Guard -- The Therapeutic Relationship -- Dazed and Confused -- Rehabilitation as Desistance? -- A "Good Life" -- The White Picket Fence -- That Little Block -- Debt -- 7.3 The Hall of Mirrors-Risk and Responsibility -- The Driving Seat -- Right to the Top -- Availability of Programmes -- Empty Beds, Full Waiting Lists -- Legal Proceedings as Barriers to Management -- 7.4 Rehabilitation + Risk = Cog Skills -- Why Me? -- Rehabilitation as Certificate Collection-the "Tick and Flick" -- If the Offence Was Drugs, Then You Must Be a Junkie -- The Long and Winding Road-One Prisoner's Account -- 7.5 Conclusion -- 8 Conclusion -- 8.1 Theorising the Gap-Legal Sentencing and Penal Practices -- 8.2 The Interviews -- Subjective, Internalised, Transformative Sentences -- Transformation and Responsibilisation -- The Other Side of Responsibilisation: Entitlement -- Performance -- Legitimacy and the Aims of Sentencing -- 8.3 The Impact of Risk Focused Managerialism-Imaginary Sentences? -- 8.4 Conclusion: The Lived Sentence as Communication: The Devil in the Detail -- Bibliography -- Cases -- Legislation -- Articles/Books/Reports -- Index.

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<p> Maggie Hall is a highly experienced criminal lawyer and social worker with 30 years experience working in the criminal justice system in New South Wales, Australia. She is currently involved in developing further research in NSW prisons as part of an international multidisciplinary team at Oxford University, UK.</p> <br>

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