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CJA 104 Chapter 7 Lecture
CJA 104 Chapter 7 Lecture
CJA 104 Chapter 7 Lecture
CJA 104 Chapter 7 Lecture
CJA 104 Chapter 7 Lecture
CJA 104 Chapter 7 Lecture
CJA 104 Chapter 7 Lecture
CJA 104 Chapter 7 Lecture
CJA 104 Chapter 7 Lecture
CJA 104 Chapter 7 Lecture
CJA 104 Chapter 7 Lecture
CJA 104 Chapter 7 Lecture
CJA 104 Chapter 7 Lecture
CJA 104 Chapter 7 Lecture
CJA 104 Chapter 7 Lecture
CJA 104 Chapter 7 Lecture
CJA 104 Chapter 7 Lecture
CJA 104 Chapter 7 Lecture
CJA 104 Chapter 7 Lecture
CJA 104 Chapter 7 Lecture
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    • 1. Institutional Corrections
    • 2.
      • The Prison Experience
    • 3.
      • Norms and Values
        • The inmate code
          • Don’t interfere with inmate interests
          • Don’t quarrel with fellow inmates
          • Don’t exploit inmates
          • Don’t trust the guards or the things they stand for
    • 4.
      • Norms and Values
        • Fish
        • Prisonization
        • Contemporary inmate society
          • Race
          • Ethnicity
          • Age
    • 5.
      • Prison Subculture: Deprivation or Importation?
        • Pains of imprisonment
          • Deprivation of liberty, autonomy, security, goods and services, and heterosexual relationships
        • Three subcultures
          • Convict, thief, “straight”
    • 6.
      • Adaptation
        • Adaptive Roles
          • Doing time
          • Gleaning
          • Jailing
          • Disorganized criminal
    • 7.
      • The Prison Economy
        • Commissary
          • Toiletries
          • Tobacco
          • Snacks
        • Underground economy
          • Food
          • Homemade wine
          • Drugs
          • Sex
    • 8.  
    • 9.
      • The Subculture of Women’s Prisons
        • Pseudofamilies
        • Homosexual roles
        • Less stable and less familial
        • than in the past
    • 10.
      • Male versus Female Subcultures
        • Women less violent than men
        • Women’s prisons less violent than men’s
        • Women more responsive to prison programs than men
        • Women’s security levels mixed, men’s not
        • Women less likely to segregate by race than men
        • Women form intimate relationships with staff
    • 11.
      • Sexual Misconduct
        • Any behavior that is sexual in nature directed toward an inmate by an employee, official visitor, or agency representative
        • Includes
          • Touching
          • Threats
          • Exposure
    • 12.
      • Sexual Misconduct
        • Jeopardizes facility security
        • Creates stress and trauma for those involved
        • Exposes agency and staff to potential lawsuits
        • Creates a hostile work environment
        • Victimizes the vulnerable
    • 13.
      • Mothers and Their Children
        • Over 60 percent of female inmates in state prisons are mothers of minor children
        • Lived with children prior to incarceration
        • Single parents
        • Prison nursery programs
    • 14.
      • Classification of Prisoners
        • Treatment based on assessment of needs
        • Risk assessment
        • Treatment assessment
        • Predictive models
        • Equity based models
    • 15.
      • Educational and Vocational Programs
        • Educational programs
          • Reading, English, math
          • GED
          • Practical problems
            • Lack of basic skills
            • Attitudes not conducive to learning
    • 16.
      • Educational and Vocational Programs
        • Vocational programs
          • Job skills
          • Problems
            • Less-desirable jobs
            • Obsolete or outdated equipment
            • Outdated skills
            • Women’s programs “stereotypical” jobs
            • Lack of attitudes and habits necessary to keep a job
            • Barred by felony convictions
    • 17.
      • Prison Industries
        • Piece price system
        • Public account system
        • State-use system
        • Public works and ways system
    • 18.
      • Rehabilitative Programs
        • Psychotherapy
        • Psychotropic medications
        • Reality therapy
        • Confrontation therapy
        • Transactional analysis
        • Cognitive skill building
    • 19.
      • Medical Services
        • Inmates have right to medical
        • treatment while incarcerated
        • Hepatitis C
        • HIV
        • Poverty
        • Aging
    • 20.
      • Medical Services
        • Women inmates
          • More serious medical problems
            • Arthritis, asthma, cancer, heart problems, liver problems, hepatitis, and sexually transmitted disease
          • Pregnancy
            • High risk

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