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“In the eye of the beholder: Meaning and structure of informal status in women's and men's prisons” published in Criminology

A new publication from the Understanding Incarceration and Re-Entry Experiences of Female Inmates and their Children: The Women’s Prison Inmate Networks Study (WO-PINS) and the Prison Inmate Networks Study (PINS) projects was recently published in Criminology. The article titled “In the eye of the beholder: Meaning and structure of informal status in women's and men's prisons” compares the informal status systems in three women's prison units and one men's prison unit. The authors include Derek Kreager, CJRC Director, Jacob T.N. Young, Associate Professor in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Arizona State University, Dana L. Haynie, Professor of Sociology at The Ohio State University, David R. Schaefer, Associate Professor of Sociology at University of California, Irvine, Martin Bouchard, Professor at the School of Criminology, Simon Fraser University, and Kimberly M. Davidson, CJRC NIJ Graduate Research Fellow.