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Behind a Convict's Eyes Doing Time in a Modern Prison

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ISBN-10: 0534635172

ISBN-13: 9780534635176

Edition: 2004

Authors: K. C. Carceral, Thomas J. Bernard, Leanne Fiftal Alarid, Alene Bikle, Bruce Bikle

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This unique text provides accurate descriptions of prisons and prison life, written by a prisoner sentenced to life, who uses the pseudonym "K. C. Carceral" to hide his identity for protection. With the assistance of editors Thomas Bernard, Leanne F. Alarid, Bruce Bikle, and Alene Bikle, this book presents a gripping, and often graphic, portrayal of life in prison. This narrative presentation of such topics as prison violence, friendships, sexual mores, and serving time includes graphic language and situations. Through the powerful personal experiences of the author, readers are better equipped to develop informed opinions about the American prison system.
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Book details

List price: $99.95
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Wadsworth
Publication date: 8/11/2003
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 240
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.990
Language: English

K.C. Carceral entered prison shortly after graduating from high school. He continued his education in prison and now holds an Associates Degree as a Paralegal and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. He is also the author of Behind a Convict's Eyes: Doing Time in a Modern Prison.

Dedication
Acknowledgements
Foreward
Prelude On Escapism: ""Reality is What You Make It""
In the Beginning. Introduction to Part I
He's One of Ours Now
A and E
Prison Proper
How I Got My Rep. Discussion of Part I
Prison Life. Introduction to Part II
Control
Time
Politics
Economics
The Christmas Chicken Caper
Third World Medical
Sex
The Barbershop Sex Scandal. Discussion of Part II
The Disease of Violence. Introduction to Part