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\rrhp\ \lrrh: Contents\ \1h\ Contents \xt\ \comp: add page numbers on page proofs\ 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\ \eof\
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