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Perspectives on the Release of Politically Motivated Prisoners in Northern Ireland.

PACE.

Perspectives on the Release of Politically Motivated Prisoners in Northern Ireland.

by PACE.

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Published by PACE in Belfast .
Written in English


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Pagination38p. ;
Number of Pages38
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Perspectives on the Release of Politically Motivated Prisoners in Northern Ireland by PACE. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The landscape of political imprisonment in Northern Ireland was changed due to the general release and reintegration of politically motivated prisoners as part of the Belfast Agreement.

Release and adjustment: Perspectives from studies of wrongly convicted and politically motivated prisoners. Northern Ireland, culminating in hu nger strikes that resulted in the deaths. Back to book. chapter 2. 33 Pages. PART 1 THE HARMS OF IMPRISONMENT: THAWING OUT THE ‘DEEP FREEZE’ PARADIGM 2 Release and adjustment: perspectives from studies of wrongly convicted and politically motivated prisoners.

Cressey, D. Changing criminals: the application of the theory of differential association. American Journal of Sociology, 61(2), – Dwyer, C. “Sometimes I wish I was an ‘ex’ ex-prisoner ” Release and reintegration: The experience of ‘Politically Motivated’ former prisoners in Northern Ireland.

A number of book chapters have been written from critical sociological and human rights perspectives highlighting the hypocrisy of the States attempts at criminalising politically motivated prisoners and the impact upon their families (eg.

HillyardRolston & Tomlinson, Tomlinson ). This book provides a comprehensive account of the imprisonment of women for politically motivated offences in Northern Ireland between and Women political prisoners were engaged in a campaign to obtain formal recognition as political prisoners, and then to retain this status after it Author: Mary Corcoran.

Brian Gormally and Kieran McEvoy, Release and Reintegration of Politically Motivated Prisoners in Northern Ireland: A Comparative Study of South Africa, Israel/Palestine, Italy, Spain, the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland (Belfast: Northern Ireland Association for the Care and Resettlement of Offenders, ), p.

This book provides a comprehensive account of the imprisonment of women for politically motivated offences in Northern Ireland between and Women political prisoners were engaged in a campaign to obtain formal recognition as political prisoners, and then to retain this status after it Cited by: 2.

Buy Out of Order: The Political Imprisonment of Women in Northern Ireland, 1 by Mary Corcoran (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book. Table of Contents. Foreword by Andrew Coyle uction: the effects of imprisonment revisited by Alison Liebling and Shadd Maruna Part 1: The Harms of Imprisonment - Thawing Out The 'Deep Freeze' Paradigm e and adjustment: perspectives from studies of wrongly convicted and politically motivated prisoners by Ruth Jamieson and Adrian Grounds 3.

Andrew Silke, the volume’s editor, makes the point that, although most of those who are convicted of politically motivated offences are incarcerated, our current understanding of terrorists and extremists in prisons is limited while general research into terrorist-related activities after 9/11 has greatly by: 1.

The book opens up a neglected new frontier in this area of psychology. Psychologists have long been interested in the psychological consequences of imprisonment (good or bad, but usually bad!) on prisoners. The best of these studies, like Zimbardo’s famous Stanford Experiment, also recognize that prison staff are also “doing time” and so will look at the impact of this work on their own Cited by: Human rights in North Korea are extremely limited.

Despite numerous rights being de jure guaranteed by the country's constitution, human rights groups such as Amnesty International and nations such as the United States have asserted that, in practice, there is no right to free speech, and the only radio, television, music and news providers that are deemed legal are those operated by the.

Beyond the Wire: Former Prisoners and Conflict Transformation in Northern Ireland Peter Shirlow, Kieran McEvoy This book provides the first detailed examination of the role played by former loyalist and republican prisoners in grass roots conflict transformation work in the Northern Ireland peace process.

The journal Temida in pdf. Technical instructions for authors of articles > Perspectives from Studies of Wrongly Convicted and Politically Motivated Prisoners.

Bosiljka Đikanović: Coming to terms with the conflict in and about Northern Ireland:Lessons from the Healing Through Remembring Project. Book Description. This book provides a comprehensive account of the imprisonment of women for politically motivated offences in Northern Ireland between and Women political prisoners were engaged in a campaign to obtain formal recognition as political prisoners, and then to retain this status after it was revoked.

The implications to Northern Ireland, however, might be more immediate than in a state like Norway. With sectarianism, and even sporadic political violence, still a feature of the Northern Ireland society, leaving informing as an open wound from the past conflict means that the process of conflict transformation cannot be by:   The Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI) is the official archive for Northern Ireland.

Sinceofficial files are released on the basis of a year rule (a year rule applied from to ); restrictions on the release of public documents apply (see PRONI ).Cited by: 6. Jamieson, R, Grounds, A () Release and adjustment: Perspectives from studies of wrongly convicted and politically motivated prisoners.

In: Liebling, A, Maruna, S (eds) The Effects of Imprisonment Cullompton: Willan, 33 – Google ScholarCited by: This book provides a comprehensive account of the imprisonment of women for politically motivated offences in Northern Ireland between and Women political prisoners were engaged in a campaign to obtain formal recognition as political prisoners, and then to retain this status after it.

Torture (from Latin tortus: to twist, to torment) is the act of deliberately inflicting severe physical or psychological suffering on someone by another as a punishment or in order to fulfill some desire of the torturer or force some action from the victim.

Torture, by definition, is a knowing and intentional act; deeds which unknowingly or negligently inflict suffering or pain, without a.However, given some of the stipulations of the Good Friday Belfast Agreement, including the early release of politically motivated prisoners from jail, society in Northern Ireland remains in a state of flux, uncertainty and book presents four thematic studies revolving around the issues of imprisonment, surveillance, traumatic.This book provides a comprehensive account of the imprisonment of women for politically motivated offences in Northern Ireland between and Women political prisoners were engaged in a campaign to obtain formal recognition as political prisoners, and then to retain this status after it Brand: Taylor And Francis.