By Ian Miller
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It is the 1st monograph-length learn of the force-feeding of starvation strikers in English, Irish and northerly Irish prisons. It examines moral debates that arose in the course of the 20th century whilst governments accredited the force-feeding of imprisoned suffragettes, Irish republicans and convict prisoners. It additionally explores the fraught position of felony medical professionals known as upon to accomplish the strategy. because the domestic workplace first approved force-feeding in 1909, a few questions were raised in regards to the method. Is force-feeding secure? Can it kill? Are medical professionals who feed prisoners opposed to their will forsaking the clinical moral norms in their career? And do kingdom our bodies use legal medical professionals to aid take on political dissidence now and then of political crisis?
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