Researching prisoner experiences with prison officers: An action research-inspired approach

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    By Deborah H Drake

    This article reports on research that incorporated action research-inspired dimensions on a project conducted in three maximum-security prisons in England. The project was aimed at collecting ethnographically informed data on prisoner experiences, at developing a method by which such data could be systematically and routinely collected by prison staff and at facilitating opportunities for prison officers to understand the ‘pains of imprisonment’ from the perspectives of prisoners.

     

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    It is very intersting study and good sensative population. We are conducting a study on the same population on” Cervical cancer , screeining, prevention and health education” This study is part os N.S.S which means National Service Scheme. This is done at Coimbatore, tamilnadu,Indaia. Target population are women. Just survey approach is adopted. This is more like socail service.

    I will be happy if you can send some suggestions, reccommendations and your openion and or some guidance.

     

    Prof.Dr.Subhadra Iyengar,PhD

     

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