Essays about: "Prison Act"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 8 essays containing the words Prison Act.

  1. 1. Children in Prison: Contemplating Processes and Decisions to Separate the Children from their Mothers in Uganda

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Institutionen för socialt arbete

    Author : KATO Francis; [2020-03-13]
    Keywords : Prison; imprisoned mothers; staff; Children; living alongside their imprisoned mother s ; views about separation; Separation process and decision; Uganda Prisons Act 2006.;

    Abstract : Introduction and context: With the number of imprisoned women who also double as mother continue to grow, so has the number of innocent children accompanying their mother behind bars. Around the World, different countries have approached this issue in different ways within their respective national policy and legal frameworks. READ MORE

  2. 2. From Heroes to Helpless Refugees: A CDA of The Representation of North Korean Refugees in South Korean Law

    University essay from Malmö universitet/Kultur och samhälle

    Author : Diala Arsofli; [2020]
    Keywords : North Korean refugees; North Korean Refugees Protection and Settlement Support Act; Representation; Stereotypes; Critical Discourse Analysis;

    Abstract : The dictator ruled North Korea is not a country many North Koreans chose to live in voluntarily. Thousands of North Koreans must endure starvation, public executions, prison camps, rape, and numerous other human rights abuses daily. As a result, many choose to flee the country, hoping for a better and safer life in South Korea. READ MORE

  3. 3. The Complexity of Rehabilitation in Open and Closed Prison Setting

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Rättssociologiska institutionen

    Author : Lana Osment; [2018]
    Keywords : closed prisons; open prisons; Germany; rehabilitation; social workers; Foucault; discipline; punishment; disciplinary power; bio-power; surveillance.; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : In Germany, prisoners have a constitutional right to rehabilitation (“resocialization”). In the Lebach judgment of 1973, a landmark ruling that served as the basis for the 1976 Prison Act (Strafvollzugsgesetz [StVollzG]), rehabilitation was seen by the German Federal Constitutional Court as part of the guaranteed rights of prisoners to retain their human dignity (Dünkel & van Zyl Smit, 2007, p. READ MORE

  4. 4. ”By the iron hand of oppression" : The performance of the parliamentary election contest in Nottingham and Middlesex 1802-1803

    University essay from Stockholms universitet/Historiska institutionen

    Author : Blomgren Alvar; [2017]
    Keywords : Georgian elections; political history; history of democracy; Georgian politics; Parlamentary reform; reform movement; radicals; radicalism; Pittite repression; Gagging acts; two acts; seditious meetings act; treason act; habeas corpus suspension act; habeas corpus; Nottingham; Middlesex; 1802 general election; parlamentary elections; controverted elections; 19th century; nineteenth century; treaty of Amiens; Joseph Birch; Daniel Coke; William Mainwaring; Francis Burdett; Mary Rich; Cold Bath prison; newspapers; citizenship; nationality; British national identity; English national identity; gender; masculinity; independence; working-class; lower-class; crowds; women; female; political propaganda; political artifacts; vestiary affronts; space; place; power; emotions; collective emotions; solidarity; doing politics; social practice; practice theory; practice-as-entity; practice-as-performance; Elizabeth Shove; Ducking; spencering; Hanoverian;

    Abstract : The aim of this thesis is to investigate how politics was done at the level of the parliamentary constituencies at the time of the treaty of Amiens 1802-1803. This is achieved through two case studies of the elections in Middlesex and Nottingham, which are investigated as social practices. READ MORE

  5. 5. “A Documentary of the Imagination” The Use of Reenactments in The Act of Killing

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Filmvetenskap

    Author : Ana Paula Perez Cordova; [2015]
    Keywords : sound and mise-en-scène; editing; Reenactment; documentary; film; The Act of Killing; Joshua Oppenheimer; cinematography; Languages and Literatures;

    Abstract : This thesis will provide a formal analysis of Joshua Oppenheimer’s documentary The Act of Killing (2012), by analyzing the different stylistic techniques used in the reenactments such as the cinematography, editing, sound and mise-en-scène, and by analyzing the ways in which these documentary techniques affected the film and the people who committed the crimes. This research also reflects the way in which reviewers all over the world have related to and received this film. READ MORE