The Resource A black woman and a prison cell : working with Murri women in Queensland prisons, by Melissa Lucashenko & Debbie Kilroy for Sisters Inside Inc, (electronic resource)

A black woman and a prison cell : working with Murri women in Queensland prisons, by Melissa Lucashenko & Debbie Kilroy for Sisters Inside Inc, (electronic resource)

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A black woman and a prison cell : working with Murri women in Queensland prisons
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A black woman and a prison cell
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working with Murri women in Queensland prisons
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by Melissa Lucashenko & Debbie Kilroy for Sisters Inside Inc
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eng
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Research paper about the lives of Aboriginal women prisoners in Queensland; focuses on Aboriginality, community violence, poverty, drug use, strip searches, strategies for those working with the prisoners; also includes case studies of two Aboriginal women before and after prison life
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Lucashenko, Melissa, 1967-
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  • Kilroy, Debbie
  • Sisters Inside
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  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Prisoners, Aboriginal Australian
  • Women prisoners
  • Prisoners, Aboriginal Australian
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A black woman and a prison cell : working with Murri women in Queensland prisons, by Melissa Lucashenko & Debbie Kilroy for Sisters Inside Inc, (electronic resource)
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Title from web document (viewed 19/3/08)
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Includes bibliographical references
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Introduction -- Being Aboriginal in Queensland -- Prison Culture -- Basic Strategies for Workers -- Policy Measures ? What Governments Should Be Doing -- Case Studies -- References
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A black woman and a prison cell : working with Murri women in Queensland prisons, by Melissa Lucashenko & Debbie Kilroy for Sisters Inside Inc, (electronic resource)
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Publication
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Title from web document (viewed 19/3/08)
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Introduction -- Being Aboriginal in Queensland -- Prison Culture -- Basic Strategies for Workers -- Policy Measures ? What Governments Should Be Doing -- Case Studies -- References
System details
System requirements: Reader required to view pdf document
Type of computer file
Text

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