Self-harm in prisons: dominant models and (mis)understandings

Marzano, Lisa (2010) Self-harm in prisons: dominant models and (mis)understandings. In: Forensic psychology: concepts, debates and practice. Adler, Joanna R. and Gray, Jacqueline M., eds. Willan, pp. 486-507. ISBN 9781843924142

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This book brings together academics, practitioners and experts in the field of forensic psychology to demonstrate the scope of the discipline and push its parameters. Its aim is to go beyond introductory texts to challenge perceptions, to raise questions for research and to pose problems for practice. The editors hope to inspire and stimulate debate about how forensic psychology can aid the practice of justice. The book is divided into six sections, addressing key topics from the discipline: investigation and prosecution; testimony and evidence; serious and persistent offending; treatment as intervention; intervention and prevention and punishment and corrections. The contributors are drawn from the UK, the USA and Australia. This updated, revised and significantly expanded edition develops the picture of diversity and depth of forensic psychology; considers ways in which the discipline has progressed and identifies challenges for its future sustainability and growth. Includes a new section on treatment as intervention with contributions on personality disordered offenders; anger control group work with forensic psychiatric inpatients; and developments in treatment for drug misuse offenders. Additional chapters throughout including contributions on UK police interviews; the investigation and prosecution of rape; the effect of gender in the courtroom; forensic psychology and terrorism; the aetiology of genocide; self harm in prisons; post-corrections reintegration and many more. An innovative textbook on forensic psychology exploring application of the subject and setting forensic psychology in a broader context. Demonstrates ways in which forensic psychology can aid the practice of criminal justice. This book will be essential reading for students of forensic psychology and practitioners working in the field.

Item Type: Book Section
Keywords (uncontrolled): Criminology and Criminal Justice, Criminal Behaviour and Forensic Psychology, Theories of Crime, Forensic Psychiatry, Criminology & Delinquency, Forensic Science - Law, Psychological Science
Research Areas: A. > School of Science and Technology > Psychology
A. > School of Science and Technology > Psychology > Forensic Psychology Research Group
Item ID: 10087
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Depositing User: Lisa Marzano
Date Deposited: 21 Mar 2013 10:33
Last Modified: 23 Oct 2018 11:45
URI: http://eprints.mdx.ac.uk/id/eprint/10087

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