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index Abramovitz, M., 191 Acker, J., 146 Acoca, L., 115, 116 Adeline: personal profile, 1, 26–28, 37–38; bargaining, 181; Blackout class, 59, 60–61; critique of communications, 65; distancing strategies, 136; dress codes, 53, 55, 56; family involvement, 148, 149; feminine routines, 140; on financial skill building, 103; fines, 101–102; graduation, 216–217; helping new residents, 120; housing plan, 197; humor, 146, 147; inmate accounts, 101–102; intensive outpatient treatment, 182–183; intergroup violence, 208–209; interpersonal mistrust, 133; isolation experience, 50–51, 52; on jumping, 52, 81, 84–85; medical health care, 112, 116; overt resistance, 80; parenting class, 169–170; poetry of, 14; probation, 216; reading class, 99; reincarceration , 216–217; restricted communications , 148, 149; rosaries, 139; on rules and regulations, 71; self-reliance, 182–183; sneak trips, 180; social life, 127–128, 129; social welfare assessment, 191–192; stigmatizing labels, 193, 195–196; strike and refusal, 173; substance abuse, 205; survival of Blackout , 85; trades/swaps/barters, 145; unmet needs, 169–170, 171, 182–183; volunteer-run classes, 165–167; withholding knowledge, 200–201 administrative staff: communications of, 62–65; counter-resistance, 182–183; staffing , 48, 66 agency, personal, xi, 2, 12, 14, 20–21, 46, 78–79, 138, 150, 205, 225. See also resistance strategies A Level, 185–186, 186–190, 190–193, 198–199 Alpha Omega House: overview of, 6–8; classism within, 14–15; completion rates, 22, 219; damages inflicted by, 224–227; as former convent, 1, 6, 45–48; as a gendered organization, 14–17; physical space of, 46, 47–48; racism within, 14–15, 68, 79; reintegration programming, 226; stages of socialization process, 46–47; as therapeutic community (TC), 7, 49, 106, 127, 151–152, 157–158, 171 Alpha Omega Pledge, 98 Amelia, 41–42, 51, 57, 85, 99, 100, 106, 108, 140 Arkles, G., 54 Ash, J., 54 Ashforth, B., 67 bargaining and self-reliance, 181–183 Barreca, G., 147 Bartlett, K. T., 58–59 bathrooms, 90–91, 174 Billie: personal profile, 37–38; common space, 93; family involvement, 122, 123, 125; intergroup violence, 208; interpersonal mistrust, 134; IOP treatment, 218; medical health care, 116; meditation, 98, 99; reincarceration , 218; release, 217–218; rosaries, 139; same-sex relationships, 134, 143; sex work, 190; sneak trips, 179, 180; social welfare evaluation, 190; stigmatizing labels, 196; substance abuse, 170–171, 218; trades/ swaps/barters, 145; unmet needs and, 170– 171; volunteer-run classes, 165–167 bisexual identity, 142–143, 143–144 Blackout phase: overview of, 45–47; adminis- 262 index Blackout phase (continued) tration communications, 62–65; Blackout class, 49, 59–62; discipline, 72–75; dress codes, 53–59; escape/jumping, 80–85; intercom system, 64–65; isolation, 47–53; lack of treatment interventions during, 49; meals, 49; mental health treatment, 60–62; needs assessments, 61–62; negative responses to, 50–53; organizational hierarchies , 62–69; resistance strategies, 75–85; rules and regulations, 69–71; sisterhood support, 71, 75–77, 80; substance abuse treatment, 60–62; supervision, 62–65, 66–69 B Level, 185–186 Bloom, B., Owen, B., and Covington, S., 124 Braz, R., 12–13 Candy: personal profile, 35–37; chores, 108, 109–110; confrontation, 177–178; covert resistance, 79; distancing strategies, 136; dress codes, 57–58, 141; family involvement , 122, 148; on financial skill building, 103; fines, 73; gender identity of, 57–59, 109–110, 141; helping new residents, 76, 132; Houses of Healing class, 159–165; housing plan, 197; humor, 147; intensive outpatient programming, 156–157, 158; intergroup violence, 206–207, 208–209; interpersonal mistrust, 132, 134; IOP treatment plan, 222; isolation experience, 50; on jumping, 84; mental health treatment, 100–101, 111, 113, 221–222; personal space, 88; reading class, 99, 100–101; reincarceration , 222; release, 221–222; on rules and regulations, 70; same-sex relationships, 126–127, 134; sexual identity of, 57–59, 112, 141, 142–143; social welfare assessment, 192; stigmatizing labels, 193, 196; strike and refusal, 173; trades/swaps/barters, 144, 145; transfer to an alternative center, 221–222; unmet needs, 168; volunteer-run classes, 165–167; withholding knowledge, 200–201 Carlen, P., 227 Celinska, K. and Siegel, J., 121, 123 Charisse, 41–42, 142–143, 145, 200–201 chores, 96, 107–109, 110 Clair: personal profile, 39–40; agency and, 21–22; Blackout class, 59; covert resistance , 77–78; disconnected relationships, 124–125; dress codes, 53–54; employment, 218–219; exercise, 94–95; family involvement , 122, 123–124, 218–219; fines, 73, 74; graduation, 218–219; housing plan, 218; humor, 147...

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ISBN
9781555538439
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9781555538415
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OCLC
885292664
Pages
312
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2014-08-05
Language
English
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