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- University of California Press
- 234 x 158 x 19 mm
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- 281 g
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Girls, Surveillance, and Wraparound Incarceration
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"Very informative and engaging... To the reader, Flores can seem as if he is closely tied to his participants, and as if he wants his readers to feel that same connection." * Journal of Youth and Adolescence * "Caught Up offers an interesting and provocative discussion of primarily Latina youth who are justice involved and caught in the school-to-prison pipeline. ... extremely well researched, organized, and thorough." * International Criminal Justice Review * "This worthy work deserves a caring examination as it helps us to understand the consequences of the frightening accelerated fusion between education and the criminal justice system for Latina girls. It was written with passion and academic accuracy." * Border Criminologies * "By centering the compelling testimonials of 30 young Latinas, Flores details the multiple impacts and varied forms of gendered, socioeconomic, and racialized violence the participants encounter at home, school, in intimate relationships, and while in detention. Especially significant are the tolls that trauma and inequality take and the ways the participants are caught up in the California juvenile justice system, despite its intended focus on rehabilitation. The book ends with concrete experiences from Latinas who have been able to leave the criminal justice system and those who have not-highlighting Flores's main finding that increased contact with criminal justice agencies reduces the possibilities of escaping from them." * CHOICE *
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Jerry Floresis Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of Toronto.
Acknowledgments Introduction 1. Trouble in the Home, and First Contact with the Criminal Justice System 2. Life behind Bars 3. Legacy Community School and the New Face of Alternative Education 4. School, Institutionalization, and Exclusionary Punishment 5. Hooks for Change and Snares for Confinement Conclusion Appendix A: "Who Is Th is Man in the Classroom?" Appendix B: Demographic Information Notes References Index