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Fusion and Reform

The Potential for Identity Fusion to Reduce Recidivism and Improve Reintegration

Harvey Whitehouse and Robin Fitzgerald

What is to be done about recidivism? We argue that a potent form of social glue, known as ‘identity fusion’, can motivate ex-offenders and, crucially, receiving communities post-release to develop relationships based on shared experience to

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Amanda J. Reinke

recidivism may be pleasing for informal justice activists, interviews and observational interactions with informal justice practitioners reveal concerns. Practitioners do not believe that state actors are genuinely concerned with social justice efforts or the

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Connecting and Disconnecting

Exploring Prisoners’ Relations with the Outside World in Myanmar

Andrew M. Jefferson and Tomas Max Martin

of Prison Visits from Family Members on Prisoners’ Well-Being, Prison Rule Breaking, and Recidivism: A Review of Research since 1991 ’. Trauma, Violence, & Abuse 18 ( 2 ): 185 – 199 . doi: 10.1177/1524838015603209 . 10

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Finbarr Barry Flood and Jaś Elsner

iconographies, contemporary imaging technologies, and global media for propaganda ends is firmly at odds with the rhetoric of medieval recidivism that often permeates accounts of IS in the Western media. As Harmanşhah (2015: 174) writes of the recent

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Amanda J. Reinke

quantitatively through recidivism rates (if it is a criminal offense) and user satisfaction, generally a survey at the conclusion of justice proceedings (see Dignan 1992 ; Smith 2011 ). These markers of success matter and are presented to donors, grant agencies

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Reconceptualizing Transit States in an Era of Outsourcing, Offshoring, and Obfuscation

Antje Missbach and Melissa Phillips

theoretical recidivism has been what Franck Düvell and colleagues (2014: 21) describe as a “hierarchy of spaces,” and in the case of irregular migration, we see the depiction of transit states as marginalized, manipulatable, and void of any local or regional

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Stuart Ward

of eleventh-hour empire recidivism. 46 David Armitage has commented critically on the “family resemblance” between Pocock's prospectus for a new British history and the Greater British optics of J. R. Seeley's The Expansion of England nearly a

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John of Lancaster’s Negotiation with the Rebels in 2 Henry IV

Fifteenth-Century Northern England as Sixteenth-Century Ireland

Jane Yeang Chui Wong

had ostensibly submitted to the surrender and regrant programme. For John Hooker, editor of the second edition of Holinshed’s Chronicles (1587), this recidivism came as no surprise. He believes that the Irish are ‘a people constant onlie in