Supervisible

Criminology aims to shed light on the minds and actions of people who commit offences. However the people who offend often are invisible particularly when they serve their sentences in the community. Supervisible is a powerful and positive research method which taps into the latent creativity of those on supervision.

By selecting and producing their chosen images they are able to convey their experiences to each other and to the wider public. These images and the experiences and emotions they both convey and elicit may make it more difficult to ignore the lived experiences of those undergoing supervision.

Dr Wendy Fitzgibbon Criminology

 

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