Year: 2001 Source: Punishment and Society, v.3, no.4, (October 2001), p.459-471 SIEC No: 20040346

The author of this article argues that analyses of the consciously moral & very official attempts to combat suicide at Corton Vale woman’s prison in Scotland can provide important lessons not only in the governance of women’s prisons, but also in the conditionality & politics of contemporary penal probity. (36 refs)