carceral

carceral

(ˈkɑːsərəl)
adj
relating to a prison
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Au cours de sa visite dans la region, le ministre de la Justice a visite la prison civile a Bazma ou il a pris connaissance des conditions de detention dans cet etablissement carceral.
When her colleague and lover Danny (Thomas Cocquerel) suffers a catastrophic seizure after accidentally taking one of her secret samples, Sam coerces Ren into spending one year in virtual solitary confinement to test the carceral software, in exchange for hushing up the scandal.
This extreme concentration of the state's penal power among poor urban communities of color has led critical scholars to describe the historically unprecedented carceral expansion of the last few decades as the consolidation of a racialized paradigm of punitive governance of the poor in a neoliberal society increasingly fractured along lines of racial and class inequality (Alexander 2010; Tonry 2011; Wacquant 2009).
Liberty's Prisoners: Carceral Culture in Early America.
California is one of the most carceral states in the nation, but the world inside places like San Quentin is often hidden from those fortunate enough to exist outside the system.
Focusing on the Chicago police's digital mapping application, CLEARmap, the article interprets this development from the standpoint of racialized carceral power.
It traces "jittery states," juggling the carceral, biopolitical, and vernacular (5).
In analyzing my findings I have opted to apply the concept of carceral mobility, which I borrow from Moran, Piacentini, and Pallot.
His essay is a plea to labour historians to make the carceral state one of their focuses and to delve not only into the unjust race and class relations that produce and reproduce it but also to reveal the ways in which prisoners attempt to express their humanity and their cultural inheritance within a brutal setting.
Contract notice: Implementation of professional training programs in Carceral.
Carceral symbolism throughout this essay notwithstanding, 1 don't view black womanhood as a punishment inherently, and I never have.
Using phenomenological interviews that examine the girls' lived experience in depth, focus groups, and classroom observations, Morris takes us into the educational worlds of black adolescent girls across the county--some high-ability and others struggling--whose educations are taking place in low-performing public schools and carceral spaces.