Disability and imprisonment issues: Recent Publications

Special Issues

Segrave, M., Spivakovsky, C. & Eriksson, A. (Eds.) (2017). Special Issue: The maelstrom of punishment, mental illness, intellectual disability and cognitive impairment. Punishment & Society 19(3)

Journal Articles

Baldry, E., McCausland, R., Dowse, L., McEntyre, E & MacGillivray, P. (2016) ”It’s just a big vicious cycle that swallows them up’: Indigenous people with mental and cognitive disabilities in the criminal justice system‘, Indigenous Law Bulletin, 8(22): 10-16.

McCausland, R. & Baldry, E. (2017) ”I feel like I failed him by ringing the police’: Criminalising disability in Australia’, Punishment & Society 19(3): 272-289.

Segrave, M., Spivakovsky, C. & Eriksson, A. (2017) ‘The maelstrom of punishment, mental illness, intellectual disability and cognitive impairment’Punishment & Society 19(3): 267-271.

Spivakovsky, C. (2017) ‘Governing freedom through risk: Locating the group home in the archipelago of confinement and control’, Punishment & Society 19(3): 366-383.

Reports

Baldry, E., McCausland, R., Dowse, R., & McEntyre, E. (2015). A Predictable and Preventable Path: Aboriginal people with mental and cognitive disability in the criminal system, UNSW.