pseudonyms Muriel and Kim. All quotations from interviews are presented in indented italics. All quotations from books are indented but not italicised 2.ii. Professionals’ Interviews. The interviews with the professionals working with women in the criminal justice and penal systems were used differently. There is very little information about what these professionals actually think about many of the new governmental initiatives designed to make remedial interventions into the lives of women lawbreakers, and therefore what they had to say constitutes a new and important critique of the actual working-out of these interventions in the
prison, the various quotations are taken
agencies and the penal body politic in general. Where from the professionals’ interviews they are referenced as
A[gent]. 1-26. For presentational ease they are referred to in the text ‘professionals’ or ‘agents’, or even more specifically by a functional ‘hostel worker’. Quotations from research interviews are presented in
as either title e.g. indented
italics. All quotations from books are indented but not italicised. in bold and the summary finding on them is italicised in bold.
3. Theoretical informed by a
Analysis of the data from the professionals’ interviews was number of concepts taken from MIP Project’s Work Package 2,
most notably the section entitled Barriers to Women’s Reintegration which many of the contextual features which impede governments’ best attempts
listed at the
reintegration of Hypothesis 4.