Goffman’s<br />CONCEPTS OF TOTAL INSTITUTIONS<br />
TOTAL INSTITITUIONS<br />- An isolated setting where people depend on the authorities of a particular organization<br />(g...
TOTAL INSTITUTIONS<br />All aspects of life of residents are supervised by staff members<br />Rules and routines followed ...
FIVE CATEGORIES<br />1.- est. to care for those thought to be incapable and harmless<br />Ex. – homes for the blind, aged,...
RESOCIALIZATION<br />The purpose of total institutions is to control an individuals environment to extremely change their ...
FIVE CATEGORIES (cont’d)<br />2. – est. to care for those thought to be incapable of looking after themselves and is a com...
FIVE CATEGORIES (cont’d)<br />3. – organized to protect the community from the dangers of individuals whose welfare is not...
FIVE CATEGORIES (cont’d<br />4. – est. to pursue some type of technical objective justifying themselves only on this speci...
FIVE CATEGORIES (cont’d<br />5. – est. as training stations and retreats for the religious<br />Ex.- monasteries, convents...
CONCLUSION<br />AFFECTS OF TOTAL INSTITUTIONS BRING ABOUT POSITIVE CHANGE, SUCH AS REHABILITATION, YET SOME INDIVIDUALS EX...
TOTAL INSTITUTIONS<br />FOR……….<br />RESOCIALIZATION???<br />THE DEBATE CONTINUES……<br />
REFERENCES<br />Goffman, E. (n.d.).  Characteristics of Total Institutions.  Retrieved April 27, 2009 from, http://www.dil...
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  1. 1. Goffman’s<br />CONCEPTS OF TOTAL INSTITUTIONS<br />
  2. 2. TOTAL INSTITITUIONS<br />- An isolated setting where people depend on the authorities of a particular organization<br />(goffman, macionis,2009)<br />
  3. 3. TOTAL INSTITUTIONS<br />All aspects of life of residents are supervised by staff members<br />Rules and routines followed and life is standardized<br />(macionis, 2009)<br />
  4. 4. FIVE CATEGORIES<br />1.- est. to care for those thought to be incapable and harmless<br />Ex. – homes for the blind, aged, or orphaned<br />(goffman,2009)<br />
  5. 5. RESOCIALIZATION<br />The purpose of total institutions is to control an individuals environment to extremely change their personality<br />(Macionis,2009)<br />
  6. 6. FIVE CATEGORIES (cont’d)<br />2. – est. to care for those thought to be incapable of looking after themselves and is a community threat <br />Ex.- mental hospitals<br />
  7. 7. FIVE CATEGORIES (cont’d)<br />3. – organized to protect the community from the dangers of individuals whose welfare is not the immediate issue<br />Ex.- jails, penitentiaries<br />
  8. 8. FIVE CATEGORIES (cont’d<br />4. – est. to pursue some type of technical objective justifying themselves only on this specific basis<br />Ex.- army barracks, ships, boarding schools, work camps<br />
  9. 9. FIVE CATEGORIES (cont’d<br />5. – est. as training stations and retreats for the religious<br />Ex.- monasteries, convents<br />
  10. 10. CONCLUSION<br />AFFECTS OF TOTAL INSTITUTIONS BRING ABOUT POSITIVE CHANGE, SUCH AS REHABILITATION, YET SOME INDIVIDUALS EXPERIENCE LITTLE CHANGE CONTINUING TO LIVE DISASSOCIATED WITH SOCIETY AND THE WORLD.<br />
  11. 11. TOTAL INSTITUTIONS<br />FOR……….<br />RESOCIALIZATION???<br />THE DEBATE CONTINUES……<br />
  12. 12. REFERENCES<br />Goffman, E. (n.d.). Characteristics of Total Institutions. Retrieved April 27, 2009 from, http://www.diligio.com/goffman<br />MACIONIS,J. (2009). Socialization. Sociology (12th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ<br />

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