Doing Time Together vividly details the ways that prisons shape and infiltrate the lives of women with husbands. But paradoxically, prison can also make once-violent or drug-addicted men into more stable, loyal, and loving partners
Doing Time Together vividly details the ways that prisons shape and infiltrate the lives of women with husbands. But paradoxically, prison can also make once-violent or drug-addicted men into more stable, loyal, and loving partners. We put down this brilliant book wondering where the women’s prison really is-in or outside the prison walls? (Arlie Hochschild, author of The Commercialization of Intimate Life 2007-12-07). findings should astound readers who might tend to look at these women as lacking in good judgment. People concerned with prisoners’ rights and women’s struggles will find much food for thought here.
Doing Time Together book. An illuminating analysis of women caught in the shadow of America’s massive prison system, Comfort’s book will be essential for anyone concerned with the consequences of our punitive culture.
Megan Comfort’s book on how a large correctional facility changes the . Those setting prison policy don't really try to empathize with the free wives of male prisoners either.
Megan Comfort’s book on how a large correctional facility changes the behavior of women partners of prisoners is a tour de force. Doing Time Together is one of those rare studies with information and insights that are totally new and surprising. Comfort’s description of the transition between the free world and the prison world is a little gem. (Library Journal 2007-12-07). Womanist scholars like hooks, Davis, Trinh, and many others have said feminist work too often ignores equally important issues of race and class. This book tackles race and class, not just gender.
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I'll take responsibility. Is Saki's future husband already part of her family!? Saki, eldest sister of the Fujinami family, has never had a boyfriend. The cause? Her three brothers: Shinobu (oldest), Takaomi (older), and Mitsuki (younger). They're her incredibly good-looking and overprotective step-siblings. and she wants a boyfriend!
Her book "Doing Time Together: Love and Family in the Shadow of the Prison" (University of Chicago Press, 2008), analyzes the secondary prisonization of women in relationships with incarcerated men.
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