Remote Control: Television in Prison


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In-cell television is now a permanent feature of prisons in England and Wales, and a key part of the experience of modern incarceration. This sociological exploration of prisoners' use of television offers an engaging and thought provoking insight into the domestic and everyday lives of people in prison - with television close at hand. Victoria Knight explores how television contributes to imprisonment by normalising the prison cell. In doing so it legitimates this space to hold prisoners for long periods of time, typically ...

Remote Control: Television in Prison 2016, Palgrave MacMillan, London

ISBN-13: 9781137443908

2016 edition