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Inhaltsangabe: Written by experts with first-hand experience, Mothering Justice is the first whole book to take motherhood as a focus for criminal and social justice interventions. Covering the spectrum of interventions it also makes a powerful case that in particular the imprisonment of mothers and its effect on their children is unnecessary, unjust, devastating and wasteful. 'To afford justice to these women, we must "do" justice to motherhood.' 'This book gives voice to mothers, many failed by multiple systems, by highlighting the importance of "understanding" motherhood it serves to inform positive intervention and effective practice in working with vulnerable women': Jackie Russell, Women's Breakout. 'A challenging, interesting and deeply moving book containing the voices of women not often heard': Rona Epstein, University of Coventry. 'Will add to and develop understanding in relation to working with mothers in criminal justice': Vicky Pryce (from the Foreword). 'Should be taken very seriously by politicians, to do what needs to be done to prevent avoidable damage on future generations': Lord David Ramsbotham.

About the Author: Lucy Baldwin is a Senior Lecturer in Criminology at De Montfort University, Leicester, having joined academia in 2004 after a long career in social and criminal justice. She has practised in a variety of fields including social work, probation and prisons and has experience across a wide range of settings from service user, victim and offender-focussed perspectives when she has been 'touched by the heart and soul of women, especially the mothers with whom I have worked and the challenges they face.' A mother of three and stepmother of one she is also a novice grandmother.

Vicky Pryce is a mother who went to prison following one of the most high profile criminal trials of the recent past for taking the speeding points of her Cabinet member husband. An economist, she was joint head of the UK's Government Economic Service. She is the author of Prisonomics (Biteback, 2013), an analysis of the economic and human costs of imprisoning women, the royalties from which help former women prisoners to find work via the charity Working Chance.

Lisa Hackett is a Social Worker and Approved Mental Health Practitioner (AMHP) and Head of Division of Criminology at De Montfort University. Cassandra Barnes is a Social Worker working as a Senior Social Worker in a duty and assessment team for Children's Services. Catherine Thompson is a Detective Constable within the Domestic Violence Investigation Unit (DAIU) in a busy city police force. Leila Zoe Mezoughi completed her legal training in 2015 and is awaiting the call to the Bar. Pamela Windham Stewart trained as a Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist and divides her time between her private practice working with individuals and couples as well as supervising and supporting other therapists and her forensic psychotherapy at HM Prisons Holloway and Bronzefield. Laura Abbot is a Senior Lecturer and Admissions Tutor for Pre-registration Midwifery at the University of Hertfordshire. Susie Atherton was a Senior Lecturer in Criminology at De Montfort University for six years before leaving to complete her PhD in Criminology. Kayley Galway is a qualified Social Worker and works as an Operational Manager in a Criminal Justice Drug and Alcohol Treatment team, with 15 years' experience in this field. Sinead O'Malley is a Doctoral Researcher based at the UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre at the National University of Ireland, Galway, since 2013 but has been working on research with mothers in prison since 2012.

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Verlag: Waterside Press Okt 2015 (2015)
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Buchbeschreibung Waterside Press Okt 2015, 2015. Taschenbuch. Buchzustand: Neu. Neuware - Written by experts with first-hand experience, Mothering Justice is the first whole book to take motherhood as a focus for criminal and social justice interventions. Covering the spectrum of interventions it also makes a powerful case that in particular the imprisonment of mothers and its effect on their children is unnecessary, unjust, devastating and wasteful. 'To afford justice to these women, we must 'do' justice to motherhood.' 'This book gives voice to mothers, many failed by multiple systems, by highlighting the importance of 'understanding' motherhood it serves to inform positive intervention and effective practice in working with vulnerable women': Jackie Russell, Women's Breakout. 'A challenging, interesting and deeply moving book containing the voices of women not often heard': Rona Epstein, University of Coventry. 'Will add to and develop understanding in relation to working with mothers in criminal justice': Vicky Pryce (from the Foreword). 'Should be taken very seriously by politicians, to do what needs to be done to prevent avoidable damage on future generations': Lord David Ramsbotham. 322 pp. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9781909976238

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