Table of contents for Doing time on the outside : incarceration and family life in urban America / Donald Braman.


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Introduction
Part I. What Went Wrong?
Chapter 1. A Public Debate
Chapter 2. "It's a Mess What's Happened"
Chapter 3. The Creation of the Ghetto
Chapter 4. Incarceration as a Response to Public Disorder
Part II. Kinship
Chapter 5. On the Ropes: Londa & Derek
Chapter 6. Extended Families: Charlene & Roberta
Chapter 7. Falling Apart: Thelma & David
Chapter 8. Pulling Families Apart
Part III. Exchange
Chapter 9. Arrested: Edwina & Kenny
Chapter 10. Doing Time: Lilly & Arthur
Chapter 11. Cycling through the System: Zelda & Clinton
Chapter 12. Material and Social Consequences
Part IV. Silence
Chapter 13. Missing the Mark: Louisa & Robert
Chapter 14. Problems at Home: Constance & Jonathan
Chapter 15. Work Worries: Tina & Dante
Chapter 16. Depression and Isolation: Robin & Aaron
Chapter 17. Coping: Murielle & Dale
Chapter 18. Faith and Church: Dolores & Lawrence
Chapter 19. Social Silence
Conclusion: Looking Ahead
Postscript
Appendix: Methodology and Data Sources
Acknowledgments
Notes
Index \to come\
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Imprisonment United States, Imprisonment Social aspects United States Case studies, Criminal justice, Administration of Social aspects United States Case studies