Picturing Subjugated Knowledge

Nicola Harding

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    Constructing the everyday experiences of women subject to punishment in the community as subjugated knowledge poses methodological challenges that feminist criminology and visual criminology have the potential to overcome. By examining a Participatory Action Research (PAR) cycle run with women subject to offender supervision and community punishment, this paper identifies the potential for visual, creative, and participatory methods as a way of uncovering the hidden life experiences of some of the most marginalised in society. Exposing such experiences can offer a meaningful critique of the way the criminal justice system in England and Wales treats women with convictions, and how this contributes to their ability to craft crime free futures.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationVoices of Resistance: Subjugated knowledge and the challenge to the criminal justice system
    EditorsKim Atkinson, Aintoinette Huber, Katie Tucker
    Place of PublicationBristol
    PublisherEG Press
    ISBN (Print)978-1911439103
    Publication statusPublished - 23 Jul 2017


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