carceral

carceral

(ˈkɑːsərəl)
adj
relating to a prison
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La salle de spectacles de l'etablissement penitentiaire de Kolea a abrite jeudi une ceremonie en l'honneur des meilleurs laureats au baccalaureat et au BEM, session 2019, dans le milieu carceral. La ceremonie qui a ete presidee par Mokhtar Felioune, le directeur general de l'administration penitentiaire et de l'insertion, en presence notamment de cadres de differents secteurs en relation avec la formation et l'enseignement des detenus, de magistrats, des autorites locales ainsi que des representants du PNUD et de l'Union Europeenne, a ete egalement une occasion pour primer les meilleurs diplomes universitaires et de la formation professionnelle.
Their topics include evil and the subversion of factual discourse in found footage films, exorcising demons of moral philosophy: what evil and inescapable wrongdoing can teach about moral interaction, the belief in evil and its redefinition during the Salem witch trials, and exploring the banality of bureaucracy in carceral states.
A key contribution to the burgeoning field of critical carceral studies, and a valuable teaching tool for ethnographic methods courses, Cox's text offers readers in today's shifting political landscape new tools to track and engage the multifaceted, and ultimately destructive, consequences of juvenile criminal legal reforms.
(10) Among conservatives and libertarians, mens rea reform has become a key component of legislative efforts: the proliferation of laws that criminalize conduct even if defendants are unaware that they are acting unlawfully stands as a powerful illustration of big government and over-regulation run amok." For liberals, progressives, and many on the left, however, mens rea reform is not responsive to the real problems with criminal law: Republican proposals would serve deregulatory ends and make it harder to prosecute corporate, financial, or environmental crime, but the proposals would do little to address the plight of the poor people of color who make up a disproportionate part of the carceral population.
Carceral Humanitarianism: Logics of Refugee Detention
Anderson has provided an endorsement for Forth's book ("creates a usable past that is of vital relevance in the world today"), and there are indications in her introduction to A Global History of Convicts and Penal Colonies that she too sees the carceral and coercive practices of 19th-century liberal states as comparable with and productive of those of the Soviet Union and Nazi Germany, although she never goes as far down this road as Forth.
In the necropolitical framework, the trans body interrupts the regime of carceral subjugation, one aspect of which is gendered discipline, enforced in part through strict sex segregation.
Bringing together insights from sound, media, and critical carceral studies, we analyze the podcast medium as a way to construct, witness, and make sense of carceral environments and experiences that are otherwise obscured and "hidden" from the "outside" (Jewkes, Slee, & Moran, 2017).
"That requires thinking twice about our immediate reaction to use carceral punishment as a response to a public health crisis."
La strategie apporte notamment des mesures preventives au profit des categories vulnerables et garantit l'acces des usagers de drogues a un traitement adequat au niveau des etablissements de sante, ainsi qu'en milieu carceral.
In addition to providing educational opportunities within the jail, one of the main goals of the collective was to resist the carceral state through education.
Importantly, Comack makes the case that imprisoned Indigenous women and the state's delivery of carceral services have been negatively impacted by capitalist globalization, economic restructuring and welfare state retrenchment.