The significance of 'the visit' in an English category-B prison: Views from prisoners, prisoners' families and prison staff

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Dixey, R; Woodall, J;

A number of claims have been made regarding the importance of prisoners staying in touch with their family through prison visits, firstly from a humanitarian perspective of enabling family members to see each other, but also regarding the impact of maintaining family ti... View more
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