In 2008, Mark Stobbe was arrested on a charge of second-degree murder. After the jail door clanged shut behind him, he carefully listened to his fellow inmates and watched the functioning of the two Remand Centres in which he was imprisoned. Using theories from sociology and psychology, he interprets these observations to create some fascinating insights into Canadas jail system. Now that he has been acquitted of the murder charge against him, he is free to share these findings. Lessons from Remand offers a rare perspective on the world behind the barred windows and provides a fascinating example of how academic theories can be applied in a practical way to make sense of an otherwise inexplicable situation.
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