How a group of female inmates won the right to live with their children
- June 25, 2015
- Research by Kristin Turney, sociology assistant professor, is featured in Vice June 25, 2015
The University of California, Irvine's Kristin Turney published findings in 2014 that children with an incarcerated parent experienced depression at rates more than three times higher than children without an incarcerated parent, as well as significantly higher rates of anxiety, attention deficit disorder, behavior problems, speech problems, asthma, obesity, epilepsy, and other conditions.
For the full story, please visit http://www.vice.com/en_ca/read/how-a-group-of-female-inmates-fought-for-the-right-to-live-with-their-children.
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