carceral

carceral

(ˈkɑːsərəl)
adj
relating to a prison
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Malgre tous ces efforts, il reste beaucoup a faire, a reconnu le ministre, qui a souligne la necessite de proceder a une restructuration des programmes d'intervention en milieu carceral, dans le but de promouvoir des programmes integres couvrant non seulement les besoins en rapport avec les maladies epidemiques mais egalement les maladies non transmissibles, la sante mentale et infantile et les addictions sans oublier surtout la gouvernance des services de sante en milieu carceral.
And neither conservative budgetary concerns nor liberal reformism seem likely to challenge the bases of the carceral state, which include, among other things, the War on Drugs.
Malgre quelques imperfections techniques, la mise en scene concue par le scenographe Kamel Djaib est en totale adequation avec la thematique et la trame de la piece qui evolue dans un decor [beaucoup moins que] carceral [beaucoup plus grand que] fige et statique.
In what follows, I explore their meditations on resistant subjectivity and embodiment within a heterotopic carceral world.
Now in a paper published on academic The Conversation website, Dominique Moran, who lectures in human and carceral geography at the University of Birmingham, said the Government should look to its European neighbours for lessons on how to build prisons to cut re-offending.
Here, outside of the state, Melanesians create their own carceral society with its own diffuse forms of self-policing, surveillance, discipline and moral watchfulness.
66) In light of that observation, a cynic might explain the idiosyncratic constitutional mandate to provide government-funded criminal defense attorneys as a redistribution of assets to one set of lawyers (defenders) that makes life easier for other lawyers (prosecutors and judges) through a pro forma greasing of the carceral state's machinery.
Hiermee saam word fisiese arbeid in die gevangenis beskou as "an agent of carceral transformation" en is veral daarop gerig om die gevangene onderdanigheid te leer, asook om sy lewe te reguleer.
As a result, Chicano/a Studies, alongside its inclusive expansion of representation and justice claims, inherits "a colonial agenda's ghost ontologies of feminicide and genocide through permanent/unending wars, of carceral institutions of confinement, and of the criminality of migration" (190).
Hopkins Burke (2012, 2013a) argues that the practitioners, professionals and experts that have implemented these neoliberal strategies are invariably unaware of their contribution to the increasingly pervasive socio-control surveillance matrix of the carceral society which is encouraged and legitimized by a depoliticized general public ultimately but again usually unwittingly in the interests of the market economy.
The US has become a prison nation, marked indelibly as a carceral state with mass incarceration the defining fact of life today - whether acknowledged or not, just as slavery was the fundamental reality in the US 1800's, whether acknowledged or not.
Only by interrogating the complex issues of class and race will philosophers of punishment be able to offer a relevant criticism of the present while theorizing about more liberatory alternatives beyond the carceral state.