Preview — Institutionalised by Garth Toyntanen. Institutionalised by Garth Toyntanen. Two unrelated young women coincidentally find themselves in similar circumstances; each having an inheritance at stake with a grasping manipulative stepmother holding the purse-strings. Both girls have found an ally in a supportive, if overbearing, 'aunt' figure but find themselves lovingly guided into a stifling and increasingly dependent relationship. An advertisement ca Two unrelated young women coincidentally find themselves in similar circumstances; each having an inheritance at stake with a grasping manipulative stepmother holding the purse-strings.
An advertisement calling for medical research volunteers seems to offer an ideal opportunity for each to temporarily distance herself from her situation. But is all as it seems? Why is the security so tight? Why are there bars on the windows? Why all the petty rules, restrictions and talk of punishment? Volume 1 of this adults-only trilogy uniquely ties together such themes as corporal punishment, bondage, humiliation, medical fetish, mind control, incarceration and others.
Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. More Details Other Editions 3. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Institutionalised , please sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details.
Old Behind Bars
Sort order. Mar 19, Tanager Leigh rated it really liked it Shelves: body-mod , erotica , extreme-bondage , asylum-erotica. Institutionalised by Garth Toyntanen is perhaps the darkest and most disturbing bits of erotica that I have ever read. Fact: In , a two week study commonly known as the Stanford Prison Experiment had to be suspended after only 6 days. Those in power quickly became too abusive to the subordinates.
To continue the study became unethical. This novel Institutionalised by Garth Toyntanen is perhaps the darkest and most disturbing bits of erotica that I have ever read. This novel considers the same scenario however the wardens are hand picked sociopaths and the time length of the study is indefinite. The study performed regards the genesis of phobias and their use in manipulating and deteriorating the mental states of the wards.
The story mainly follows young heiress, Susan Stringer, whose stepmother has something to gain by pushing Susan out of contention for the family inheritance.
2. Functions of Criminal Law
We observe as she is manipulated with drugs and suggestion into developing extreme neuroses and phobias. We watch as she is convinced to voluntarily commit herself to an institution for experimentation, an environment steeped in disorientation where mental healing is most certainly NOT the goal. Please note that I gave this novel four stars as I list the things about it that I hated. I like my erotica firmly planted in the adult world.
The Center for Prison Reform is a think tank and coalition of like minded groups that lobby for prison reform. The Colorado Criminal Justice Reform Coalition is a statewide network of over organizations and faith communities and nearly 5, individuals united to stop prison expansion and mass incarceration in Colorado. The "New School of Convict Criminology" is a relatively new and controversial perspective in the field of corrections and the academic field of criminology. It challenges the way crime and correctional problems are traditionally represented and discussed by researchers, policymakers, and politicians.
Institutionalised - Volume 1 - E-bok - Garth Toyntanen () | Bokus
Current issues include reinstating federal parole, increasing good time, restoring PELL grants, and reentry issues. The ICCA is a membership organization dedicated to promoting community-based corrections for adults and juveniles to enhance public safety. Community corrections involves a variety of different community-provided and government-funded services. As such, the ICCA focuses on several program areas, from assessment and evaluation to siting to employment training.
The MBWCP seeks the release of battered women convicted of killing or defending themselves and their children against an abusive partner. National CURE is a grassroots membership organization that believes that prisons should be used only for those who absolutely must be incarcerated, and that those who are incarcerated should have all of the resources they need to turn their lives around.
PARC is a prison abolitionist group committed to exposing and challenging all forms of institutionalized racism, sexism, able-ism, heterosexism and classism, specifically within the Prison Industrial Complex PIC.
Prison Mindfulness Institute PMI is a Rhode Island-based organization supporting projects dedicated to promoting mindfulness and meditation programs in prisons around the world. Prisoner Solidarity serves as a catalyst for communication between prisoners and people on "the outside. Emphasis on justice-related issues in Ohio. Stop Prison Abuse Now's goals are to are to make people aware that physical, psychological and medical abuse occurs in U. The Prison Reentry Network is a nonprofit that works with prisoner prior to their release in aiding their transition back into their communities.
Their work encompasses providing information to inmates on how to find food, shelter, and work opportunities. They distribute this information directly to prisoners through print editions of their programs as well as online to the families of the incarcerated individuals. The Whitestone Foundation is concerned with issues related to the civil commitment of sex offenders and their treatment. The link is to the Foundation's Yahoo group must have a free Yahoo account to join. The Cornell University Law School maintains this brief overview of prisoners' rights with selected links to related materials.
The Office of Defender Services is the federal department that provides training and support for federal public defenders. Their site includes training materials and other publications on habeas, death penalty appeals and federal criminal law. The Southern Poverty Law Center handles civil rights cases against hate groups, as well as litigation involving immigration issues, workers' rights, prison conditions and juvenile justice. The SPLC also tracks hate groups nationwide and publishes a quarterly magazine.
Residential care agency provides support and ministry to children and youth of families shattered by crime and troubled environments. The Center for Children of Incarcerated Parents provides services in four components. A correspondence course in parent education is offered free of charge to incarcerated parents. Families for Justice as Healing focuses on raising public awareness about the incarceration of women and the impact on children and communities.
Provides information and resources related to issues involving incarcerated parents and their children. Forever Family formerly AIM is a service organization based in Georgia with chapters in other states.
The agency assists incarcerated mothers, their children and other family members in maintaining critically important family ties during the mother's incarceration. Friends Outside is a advocacy and outreach organization committed to improving the quality of life of families, children and communities impacted by incarceration, and to assisting with successful community reentry and family reunification for those transitioning from confinement to freedom.
Friends Outside provides direct services to prisoners and their families in the State of California, and conducts advocacy worldwide. Legal Services for Prisoners with Children LSPC offers a comprehensive site dealing with issues involving incarcerated parents, families and children of prisoners, and women prisoners.
Their focus is on women prisoners and their families, as well as prisoners rights. Publications available through their site include the Incarcerated Parents Manual, which is highly recommended. Prison: The Hidden Sentence is a blog and online platform with a focus on educating and empowering families and friends of incarcerated individuals. The aim and purpose of which is to create a community where the people affected can share their stories with one another.
Save Kids of Incarcerated Parents SKIP has chapters in several states; the organization provides supportive services to children of incarcerated parents and their families, and seeks to increase public awareness of the underlying problems these children face. Books Through Bar is a volunteer group that distributes free books and reading material to incarcerated people all across the United States.
The organization aims to create a better understanding between people within and outside the walls of prison. Cellblock Visions, a site maintained by Phyllis Kornfeld, provides a gallery of prison art and information about art behind bars. There is a real need to create a single-site where American prison writers can write about and document their experience and where free-world citizens—including scholars and students in a growing field of study of criminal justice and mass incarceration—can access such writing.
Related Institutionalised: Volume 1 - Beyond The Stanford Experiment
Copyright 2019 - All Right Reserved