Carbondale, Illinois : Southern Illinois University Press, 
xvi, 318 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Elmer H. Johnson and Carol Holmes Johnson series in criminology.
Formatted Contents Note
Foreword: The phenomenon of USP Marion / Greg Newbold Introduction / Stephen C. Richards The politicization of the hole in Indiana and Missouri / Jon Marc Taylor The realities of special housing units in the federal bureau of prisons / Seth Ferranti Going to the hole in California: cauldron of solitude / Eugene Dey The boy scout in solitary at USP Lompoc / Brian Edward Malnes Long-term solitary segregation in the United States and Canada / Gregory J. McMaster Theorizing "marionization" and the supermax prison movement / Kevin I. Minor and Marisa M. Baumgardner Female prisoners and solitary confinement / Dennis J. Stevens The scene of the crime: children in solitary confinement / Christopher Bickel Colorado supermax study: what the critics say and the future holds / Russ Immarigeon.Revisiting the mental health effects of solitary confinement on prisoners in supermax units: a psychological jurisprudence perspective / Bruce A. Arrigo and Heather Y. Bersot Doing hard time in the United Kingdom / David Honeywell Solitary confinement and convict segregation in French prisons / Martine Herzog-Evans Israeli maximum-security prisons / Lior Gideon, Dror Walk, and Tomer Carmel Conclusion: Rethinking prisons in the 21st century / Stephen C. Richards.
"The Marion Experiment combines academic research with personal accounts by prisoners to investigate solitary confinement and supermax prisons. USP Marion became a model for supermax prisons, with many other prison systems--in the U.S. and abroad--copying the special architectural and program innovations there"-- Provided by publisher.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 271-300) and index.
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