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The Resource Loss, Dying and Bereavement in the Criminal Justice System

Loss, Dying and Bereavement in the Criminal Justice System

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Loss, Dying and Bereavement in the Criminal Justice System
Title
Loss, Dying and Bereavement in the Criminal Justice System
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Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Life is characterised by movement, change and development, including transitions, losses and grief. People experiencing loss must learn to accommodate it and, sometimes, relearn new roles. Whether the offender is accommodating general loss (such as transition), the loss of others or facing their own impending death, the bereavement process can become a particularly complicated experience for those involved in the criminal justice system
Member of
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Read, Sue
Dewey number
155.937086927
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Santatzoglou, Sotirios
  • Wrigley, Anthony
Series statement
Routledge Key Themes in Health and Society Ser
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  • Criminal psychology
  • Bereavement
  • Loss (Psychology)
Label
Loss, Dying and Bereavement in the Criminal Justice System
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Contributors; Foreword; Introduction; SECTION 1 Appreciating dimensions of loss, death, dying and bereavement; 1 Death, social losses and the continuum of disenfranchised grief for prisoners; 2 Death, dying and maintaining hope: ethical tensions and responsibilities for end-of-life care in the prison setting; 3 'Sympathy to the offender': the Hobbesian account and the sympathy to the offender as an issue in end-of-life care (part A); 4 Loss at the end of life: palliative care in prisons
  • 5 Deaths in sites of state confinement: a continuum of routine violence and terror6 Civil and social death: criminalisation and the loss of the self; SECTION 2 Professional development of bereavement, loss and end-of-life practice; 7 Bereavement and loss at the sentencing stage; 8 Bereavement work in the criminal justice system; 9 'Sympathy to the offender': the Hobbesian account and the sympathy to the offender as an issue in end-of-life care (part B); 10 Working in the shadows: reflections on counselling in prison and hospice settings
  • 11 The evolution of change: factors involved in the design and delivery of a therapeutic service within the confines of a custodial setting12 Offenders and the challenges of palliative care in the community setting; SECTION 3 Insights to inform reflections for ongoing support; 13 Sorrow, loss and the transition of chronic disease to end-of-life care in prisons; 14 The impact of loss on mental health: implications for practice in criminal justice settings; 15 Mourning in custody: dealing with sudden death; 16 Freedom to grieve: a child and parent perspective
  • 17 Beyond loss of liberty: how loss, bereavement and grief can affect young men's prison journeys18 Grief, chaplaincy and the non-religious prisoner; Index
Control code
on1030028161
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (220 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781351981255
Note
Taylor & Francis
Other control number
10.4324/9781315378084
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1030028161
Label
Loss, Dying and Bereavement in the Criminal Justice System
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Contributors; Foreword; Introduction; SECTION 1 Appreciating dimensions of loss, death, dying and bereavement; 1 Death, social losses and the continuum of disenfranchised grief for prisoners; 2 Death, dying and maintaining hope: ethical tensions and responsibilities for end-of-life care in the prison setting; 3 'Sympathy to the offender': the Hobbesian account and the sympathy to the offender as an issue in end-of-life care (part A); 4 Loss at the end of life: palliative care in prisons
  • 5 Deaths in sites of state confinement: a continuum of routine violence and terror6 Civil and social death: criminalisation and the loss of the self; SECTION 2 Professional development of bereavement, loss and end-of-life practice; 7 Bereavement and loss at the sentencing stage; 8 Bereavement work in the criminal justice system; 9 'Sympathy to the offender': the Hobbesian account and the sympathy to the offender as an issue in end-of-life care (part B); 10 Working in the shadows: reflections on counselling in prison and hospice settings
  • 11 The evolution of change: factors involved in the design and delivery of a therapeutic service within the confines of a custodial setting12 Offenders and the challenges of palliative care in the community setting; SECTION 3 Insights to inform reflections for ongoing support; 13 Sorrow, loss and the transition of chronic disease to end-of-life care in prisons; 14 The impact of loss on mental health: implications for practice in criminal justice settings; 15 Mourning in custody: dealing with sudden death; 16 Freedom to grieve: a child and parent perspective
  • 17 Beyond loss of liberty: how loss, bereavement and grief can affect young men's prison journeys18 Grief, chaplaincy and the non-religious prisoner; Index
Control code
on1030028161
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (220 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781351981255
Note
Taylor & Francis
Other control number
10.4324/9781315378084
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1030028161

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