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Prisoner Reentry as a Social Institution and the Making Up of the “Ex-offender”

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For The Criminalized Poor, U.S. Crime Control Policies Have Produced a New Form of Citizenship

THIS COURSE WILL TEACH YOU WHY 

Neil A. Weiner Research Speaker Series at the Vera Institute of Justice.

In the era of mass incarceration, prisoner reentry has become an important social institution in the life [and] worlds’ of the urban poor.

This is especially the case for poor black men and women, Latinos, and increasingly poor white men.

Yet we know little about the everyday experience of prisoner reentry or the broader implications of our current crime control strategies in shaping the experiences, interactions, and daily routines of urban life.

Drawing from ethnographic research on the reentry experience in several large cities, this presentation reveals how U.S. crime control policies have produced a new form of citizenship for the criminalized poor, changing the nature of American public and private life and transforming the shape of American democracy.Reuben Jonathan Miller, PhD Assistant Professor The University of Chicago

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After You Finish This TWO HOUR Digital  Course As Part Of Your Membership (Also Available As A One-Time On-Demand Purchase) You’ll Walk Away With The Following

  • A deeper understanding of the prisoner reentry pattern, why its happening, and what we can do to change the systems that dictate the future
  • On-Demand access to this course to revisit at any time in the future.
  • 2 CE credits for completing the course and a downloadable and printable certification of completion.

About The Host — Vera Institute of Justice

The Vera Institute of Justice is a nonprofit that has worked for more than five decades to transform justice systems. Vera produces ideas, analysis, and research that inspire change in the systems people rely upon for safety and justice and works in close partnership with government and civic leaders to implement it.

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