New PDF release: Captivity Beyond Prisons: Criminalization Experiences of

By Martha D. Escobar

ISBN-10: 1477308164

ISBN-13: 9781477308165

ISBN-10: 1477309012

ISBN-13: 9781477309018

At the present time the U.S. leads the realm in incarceration premiums. the rustic more and more is determined by the felony procedure as a “fix” for the legislation of societal concerns. Captivity past Prisons is the 1st full-length booklet to explicitly hyperlink prisons and incarceration to the criminalization of Latina (im)migrants.

Starting within the Nineties, the U.S. observed large enlargement within the variety of imprisoned (im)migrants, particularly Latinas/os. as a result, there has been additionally a rise within the variety of deportations. as well as regulating society, prisons additionally function a reproductive keep watch over procedure, either in fighting girl inmates from having teenagers and through setting apart them from their households. With an eye fixed to racialized and gendered applied sciences of strength, Escobar argues that incarcerated Latinas are in particular depicted as socially irrecuperable simply because they aren't thought of invaluable in the neoliberal exertions marketplace. This conception affects how they're criminalized, which isn't constrained to incarceration but additionally extends to and impacts Latina (im)migrants’ daily lives. Escobar additionally explores the connection among the immigrant rights circulate and the legal abolition circulation, scrutinizing various social associations engaged on ideas to social difficulties that result in imprisonment.

Accessible to either lecturers and people within the justice and social provider sectors, Escobar’s ebook pushes readers to think about how, even in radical areas, unequal strength family might be reproduced by means of the very entities that try to undo them.

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Particularly significant was learning how their experiences were structured at different levels and by various sources. To understand the patterns of violence that echoed through the many stories, I constantly had to shift the analytic lens from the private to the public and the local to the national and transnational in order to reveal how one constitutes the other. This technique of tightening and broadening the lens of analysis, of shifting between the macro and the micro, allowed me to see how gendered processes of racialization are central to projects of nation-building that, in an era of globalization, rely on the policing of certain boundaries and the blurring of others.

However, like the (im)migrant rights movement, in part, what makes this a social movement is a common ideological goal. In the case of prison abolition, the unifying vision is ending the use of incarceration by creating changes in society and addressing the root causes of social inequities. Although, as discussed in chapter 5, the strategies employed by this movement can often lead to their appropriation by the state and further entrenchment of prisons, the vision remains abolitionist. (Im)migration is a fundamental concept interrogated throughout the study.

Furthermore, emphasis is placed on the significance that controlling the sexuality and reproduction of women of color assumes in this process. 13 I am familiar with arguments that contend that analyzing the experiences of Latinas/os through the experiences of Blacks reinforces a Black/white binary that erases the particular histories of Latinas/os. My contention is that criminality in the United States developed in direct relationship to Blackness, and anti-Black logics have informed the criminal legal system throughout history (including westward expansion and the conquest of Mexican territories), all the way to the present moment.

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