Brief Introduction to Prison, State, and Violence Intersections.- From Mass Incarceration to a Culture of Control.- Class, Race, and Hyperincarceration in Revanchist America (Republication).- The Welfare Culture Crisis and the Socialising Intervention in Prison.- Prison, Ethnicities and State: Establishing Theoretical and Empirical Connections.- Prison in Spain and Social Exclusion Policies.- The Perceptions of Foreign Organized Crime Groups Inside Portuguese Prisons: Cross-Problems on “First Capital Command PCC” Brazilian Leading Cases and Constructed Stereotypes.- Contested Terrains and Incubators of Violence: Carceral Establishments in Democratic Brazil.- Foreign National Women Arrested for Drug Trafficking: A Dynamic Socio-Penal Portrait.- Permeable Prison Walls: Social Relationships, Symbolic Violence and Reproduction of Inequalities.- The Evolution of Detaining Accompanied Migrant Minors Without a Residence Permit in Belgium.- Finding a Way Out of Prison: Portugal, A Collaborative Model.
Sílvia Gomes holds a PhD in Sociology (2013) and is currently a post-doctoral researcher with a project entitled “Reentry, Recidivism and Desistance: A longitudinal study with ex- and re- prisoners”, funded by the Foundation for Science and Technology (SFRH/BPD/102758/2014) and based at the University of Minho, Florida State University and University of Amsterdam. She is a researcher at the Interdisciplinary Centre of Social Sciences (CICS.NOVA), and a guest lecturer at the University Institute of Maia. Author of several books, book chapters and papers in scientific journals, her main areas of research are focused on crime and media, crime and ethnicity, prison studies, intersectional approaches, and social inequalities. More recently she has also been focused on topics such as life-course criminology, prison re-entry, recidivism and criminal desistance.
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