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Not Feeling Like a Caged Animal: An Evaluation of Inmate Video Visitation at Ada County Jail
Politics and Policy Brownbag, Boise State University, [Boise, ID] (2016)
  • Dr. Danielle J. Murdoch, Boise State University
  • Dr. Laura King, Boise State University
Abstract
Drs. Murdoch and King are both Assistant Professors in the Department of Critical Justice in the School of Public Service. Professor Murdoch came to Boise State University in 2014, after completing her doctorate at Simon Fraser University, and Professor King arrived in Boise in 2012 following her doctoral work at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Professor Murdoch's research interests lie in the areas of International Criminal Justice Issues and Reform, Prisoner Re-entry and Reintegration, Institutional and Community Corrections Policy and Practice, and Criminal Justice Reform. Professor King's recent publications include essays on the role of victims in the justice system, public attitudes on sex crimes, and student beliefs about sexual violence in prison.
Publication Date
January 29, 2016
Citation Information
Danielle J. Murdoch and Laura King. "Not Feeling Like a Caged Animal: An Evaluation of Inmate Video Visitation at Ada County Jail" Politics and Policy Brownbag, Boise State University, [Boise, ID] (2016)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/danielle_murdoch/22/