Criminal Justice Faculty Publications and Presentations
The Death Row Cookbook: An Examination of Hustling as a Coping Mechanism for Death Row Prisoners
•Discuss a project examining the coping mechanisms and strategies of death row prisoners •Extensive research = humans imprisoned in general •Less research = individuals on death rows •Focus = “hustling” as a coping mechanism (inmates/COs) •Special interest = how food production (cooking ingenuity) in one’s cell can be used for both a coping mechanism and a revenue stream •Final consideration will be given to the impact on the “well-being” of inmates, security, and the prison environment
Crews, G. A., Stanko, S. C., & Crews, G. A. (2016, March 25). The Death Row Cookbook: An Examination of Hustling as a Coping Mechanism for Death Row Prisoners. 2016 Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Denver, CO.
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