This critical perspective on prison education is a marked departure from a literature dominated by descriptions of the criminal mind and correctional education strategies to cure it. Davidson's contributors are prisoners or former prisoners who finished their schooling in prison, some taking advanced degrees, or social scientists who taught in prisons but are not professional correctional educators. Conventionally, prison education is about correcting cognitive deficiencies and improving job opportunities. Here the issues are schooling as surveillance, as politics, and as a means to reconstruct a historical consciousness that remembers personal histories. The essays examine prison schools as they originated and developed, identify processes of differentiation and segregation, expose contradictions, and recount occurrences of prison resistance. There are chapters on prison education as critical pedagogy, literacy and higher education, women prisoners and education, and the irony that most prisoners believe in the American Dream while often being victims of socioeconomic inequity.
This is the black and white paperback version of Thrifty Cook Main Meals for those who want a paperback, rather than a Kindle, but don't want to pay extra for the full colour version. The book has easy to follow instructions and contains a month's worth of healthy, hearty, recipes. Thrifty Cook Main Meals contains both meat and vegetarian dishes and includes recipes for using up leftovers. Measurements are in imperial, metric and US cups. The list of ingredients for each recipe is kept as short as possible and all the recipes have been tried and tested thoroughly. The book explains how to use cheap, quality, easy to source ingredients and transform them into delicious meals. Cooking terms and ingredient names commonly used in the US are included.
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