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8. Who is Imprisoned? Exploring Issues of Masculinity.
12. Talking About Men’s Violence, Talking About Prisons.
And more…

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Fathering: A Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice About Men as Fathers. 3(3),
Randal D. Day, Alan C. Acock, Stephen J. Bahr, and Joyce Arditti / Incarcerated Fathers Returning Home to Children and Families: Introduction to the Special Issue and a Primer on Doing Research with Men in Prison (183-200).
Wm. Justin Dyer / Prison, Fathers, and Identity: A Theory of How Incarceration Affects Men’s Paternal Identity (201-219).
Lynda Clarke, Margaret O’Brien, Randal D. Day, Hugo Godwin, Jo Connolly, Joanne Hemmings, and Terri Van Leeson / Fathering behind Bars in English Prisons: Imprisoned Fathers’ Identity and Contact with Their Children (221-241).
Stephen J. Bahr, Anita Harker Armstrong, Benjamin Guild Gibbs, Paul E. Harris, and James K. Fisher / The Reentry Process: How Parolees Adjust to Release from Prison (243-265).
Joyce A. Arditti, Sara A. Smock, and Tiffaney S. Parkman / It’s Been Hard to be a Father: A Qualitative Exploration of Incarcerated Fatherhood (267-288).
Kevin M. Roy and Omari L. Dyson / Gatekeeping in Context: Babymama Drama and the Involvement of Incarcerated Fathers (289-310).
Book Reviews
Fatherhood Arrested: Parenting from Within the Juvenile Justice System by Anne M. Nurse / Reviewed by Brad Tripp.
The Role of the Father in Child Development (4th edition) edited by Michael E. Lamb / Reviewed by William Marsiglio.

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Sabo, Donald F., Terry Allen Kupers, and Willie James London. (eds.). (2001). Prison Masculinities. Temple University Press.
Contents;
Pt. I. Introduction.
Gender and the Politics of Punishment / Don Sabo; Terry A. Kupers; Willie London.
PART II. Historical Roots and Contemporary Trends.
Penitence for the Privileged: Manhood, Race, and Penitentiaries in Early America / Mark E. Kann.
Race, Gender, and Prison History: From the Convict Lease System to the Supermax Prison / Angela Y. Davis.
Crime, Politics, and Community Since the 1990s / Marc Mauer.
The Elements of Crime / Anthony Thomas.
A World Without Softness / Willie London.
Slave Ship / Steve Fraley.
PART III. The Social Construction of Prison Masculinities.
Doing Time, Doing Masculinity: Sports and Prison / Don Sabo.
Masculinities, Crime, and Prison / James W. Messerschmidt.
Grappling with Issues of Privilege: A Male Prison Worker’s Perspective / David Denborough.
The Culture of Transgression: Initiations into the Homosociality of a Midwestern State Prison / Carl Bryan Holmberg.
Male Prisoners: Privacy, Suffering, and the Legal Construction of Masculinity / Nancy Levit.
Boyz II Men / Horace Bell.
Devil’s Den / Horace Bell.
My Mother Death / Willie London.
Prison Friendships / Derrick Corley.
PART IV. Sexualities, Sexual Violence, and Intimacy in Prison.
Rape and the Prison Code / Terry A. Kupers.
A Million Jockers, Punks, and Queens / Stephen ‘Donny’ Donaldson.
The Story of a Black Punk / Anonymous.
The Wall of Silence: Prison Rape and Feminist Politics / Susanne V. Paczensky.
A Moment / O’Neil Stough.
Caged and Celibate / Mumia Abu-Jamal.
The Phone / Michael Keck.
Be Not So Quick to Judge / Alice.
Reflections / Carlos Hornsby.
Skin Blind / Dan Pens.
Once More I Dream / Stephen Wayne Anderson.
PART V. Men’s Health in Prison.
Preventive Health Strategies for Men in Prison / Will H. Courtenay; Don Sabo.
Sentence - Death by Lethal Infection: IV-Drug Use and Infectious Disease Transmission in North American Prisons / Carol Polych; Don Sabo.
Deliberate Indifference / O’Neil Stough.
Mental Health in Men’s Prisons / Terry A. Kupers.
Night Crier / Rudy Chato Paul, Sr.
PART VI. Prison Reform, Reforming Prison Masculinities.
Scars / Jarvis Masters.
Boys Are Not Men: Notes on Working with Adolescent Males in Juvenile Detention / Jackson Katz.
Support Groups for Men in Prison: The Fellowship of the King of Hearts / Harris Breiman; T. Pete Bonner.
The Anti-Exploits of Men Against Sexism, 1977-78 / Daniel Burton-Rose.
Men Helping Men: Facilitating Therapy Groups for Sex Offenders / Charles J. Sabatino.
Litigation, Advocacy, and Self-Respect / Donald Specter; Terry A. Kupers.
Rehabilitating Prison Labor: The Uses of Imprisoned Masculinity / Christian Parenti.
Reentry: Prospects for Postrelease Success / Lige Dailey, Jr.
For Further Reading.

Schifter, Jacobo. (1999). Macho Love: Sex Behind Bars in Central America. Haworth Press

Sexuality & Culture, Volume 7, Number 4, Fall 2003, Special Issue: Sexuality and the Corrections System
Guest Editor: Roberto Hugh Potter
ARTICLES
Introduction / Roberto Hugh Potter
Sexuality and Corrections: An Administrator’s Perspective / Reginald A. Wilkinson
The Impact of Institutional Factors on Officially Reported Sexual Assaults in Prisons / Christopher Hensley, Mary Koscheski, and Richard Tewksbury
Imprisoning Masculinity / Kate Seymour
If You Drop The Soap In The Shower You Are On Your Own: Images of Male Rape in Selected Prison Movies / Helen Eigenberg and Agnes Baro
Concerns from “Behind the Fence”: A Comment / William Edwards

Seymour, K. (2003). Imprisoning masculinity. Sexuality and Culture, Special issue: Sexuality and the Corrections System, 7(4), 27-55. doi: 10.1007/s12119-003-1017-3.

Sloan, J. A. (2016). Masculinities and the Adult Male Prison Experience. Springer.

Steele, T., and N. Wilcox. (2003). A View From the Inside: The Role of Redemption, Deterrence, and Masculinity on Inmate Support for the Death Penalty. Crime Delinquency, 49(2): 285-312.

Tereškinas, A. (2016). Family in the Narratives of Good Life: Performing Masculinities in the Lithuanian Correctional Facilities. Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 45-63.

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Toch, H. (1992). Living in Prison: The Ecology of Survival. Revised ed. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.

Toch, H. (1998). Hypermasculinity and prison violence. In L. Broker (Ed.), Masculinities and Violence. (pp. 168-178). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Trammell, R. (2011). Symbolic violence and prison wives: Gender roles and protective pairing in men’s prisons. The Prison Journal, 91(3), 305-324. doi: 10.1177/0032885511409891.

Trammell, R. (2011). Symbolic Violence and Prison Wives: Gender Roles and Protective Pairing in Men’s Prisons. The Prison Journal, 0032885511409891.

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Walrath, C. (2001). Evaluation of an Inmate-Run Alternatives to Violence Project: The Impact of Inmate-to-Inmate Intervention. J Interpers Violence, 16(7): 697-711.

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Wright, K.N. (1991). Violent and victimized in the male prison. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, Volume 16 Issue 3/4, pp. 1-25.

XY: Men, Sex, Politics. (1994). Special feature: Men in Prison, 4(3), Spring
Includes;
Inside/outside (On class, masculinity, sexuality and race in the prison system).
How Not to Be a Man (Reflections by a prison inmate).
Black in a White Man’s World (Interview with three Aboriginal inmates).
Gay Behind Bars.
Hell and Home (The many meanings of prison).
Prison Facts (A snapshot).
Three Minutes in the Life of Society’s Reject (A story).