As natalie mann explains in the opening pages of doing harder time the prison population in england and wales is getting greyer in recent years there has been a slow but very steady rise in the number of older men entering prison p 1 while sentence inflation especially for certain kinds of offences means that we are likely to see a greater proportion of prisoners reach the later stages of their lives based on interviews with 40 male prisoners aged 55 or over and ten prison . Doing harder time the experiences of an ageing male prison population in england and wales by natalie mann the experiences of an ageing male prison population in england and wales by natalie mann burlington vt ashgate publishing company 2012 141 pages 9995 hard cover isbn 9781409428046. Azrini wahidin queens university belfast uk doing harder time is an insightful and engaging book on the daily challenges of aging in prison the topic is extremely timely as the aging prison population has become a worldwide concern the qualitative approach is most compelling as the personal narratives bring to life the vivid account of this group of elderly males prison experiences ronald h aday middle tennessee state university usa mann should be commended for securing . Doing harder time the experiences of an ageing male prison population in england and wales natalie rebecca mann framed within the theoretical perspective of structuration theory but also drawing on aspects of goffmans interactionism and bourdieus concept of habitus this book offers a unique interpretation . In this journal journal home browse journal current issue
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