Moms behind bars: what it means to be a mother in eshowe correctional center

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Literature Review

In this literature review, I will explore some of the debates surrounding incarcerated mothers, particularly the effects of maternal-child separation on both the mother and the child and the controversy around mother and child units within prisons. It will also highlight some of the programs created internationally and within South Africa that attempt to mitigate the negative effects of maternal imprisonment. Given the comparative lack of literature and research on the female inmate experience in South Africa, the literature review will look at a few international trends regarding the imprisonment of mothers and then hold a microscope to the South African experience to see if it follows the international trends or veers off in a different direction.

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