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Prison

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Purpose of Prisons

Unfortunately, prisons and jails are a necessary part of society. While a utopian society where everyone follows all applicable laws may seem ideal, it is not likely. Humans are prone to flaws, including illegal and immoral behavior. Prisons were designed to deal with individuals who commit illegal behavior. However, the...

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Sex Offender Reintegration

When a sex offender is released to the community following a long period of time incarcerated, transitioning to independent life presents numerous barriers to their reintegration. . (Wormith, Althouse, Simpson, Reitzel, Fagan, & Morgan, 2007) Annually the net increase in sex offenders in the population from prison releases is approximately...

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Prisoner’s Dilemma

In the world of mathematics, there is a wide variety of research topics that are related to other fields of study, such as economics, sociology, health, etc. Therefore, mastering mathematical tools and finding their application in real life is essential for the future academic education and career. In this paper,...

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Juvenile Rehabilitation Programs: An Alternative Solution

The issue of crime among juveniles is a major burden in society because it creates the probability of the repetition of criminal offenses in adulthood. In addition to the growing concern of juvenile delinquency, the criminal justice system should be aware of alternative solutions that are also essential in the...

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Rhetorical Analysis: Letter from Birmingham Jail

In his well-known Letter from Birmingham Jail, Martin Luther King defends the approach of nonviolent resistance to racism, responding to numerous accusations he was subject to. In particular, he responds to the critical attacks of the “Call for Unity” clergymen who deemed the actions of protesters to be unwise and...

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Analysis Of Violence In Prisons

The internal stakeholders and external stakeholders involved with violence in prisons have a significant impact on the welfare of prison mates and the ability of the United States judicial system to correctly rehabilitate prisoners and provide a safe and fostering environment for personal improvement and development. However there is currently...

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The Use Of Prisons

The use of prisons within the United States is controversial due the fact that their benefit in terms of punishment, reformation, and prevention of recidivism has not been substantially proven. The two main opinions about prisons – we need to use them more, or that we need to use them...

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Florida’s Re-Entry Program

Generally, ex-offenders face several challenges in their aim to re-enter society following termination of their jail terms. In this case, persons with prior convictions for criminal offences usually have difficulties in finding housing and gainful employment for a variety of reasons, one of which is the reluctance by employers to...

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Prison Term Policy Recommendation Proposal

According to the Black’s law dictionary (2016), armed robbery can be defined as “a robbery where the person carrying out is armed by having a lethal weapon and threatens his victims with bodily harm.” Undoubtedly, armed robbery is a serious crime, but if it requires a further punishment enforcement is...

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Alternatives to Incarceration

Mass incarceration has been a problem in this country for decades and it all began with the War on Drugs. Politicians exploited African Americans with what Michelle Alexander refers to as “thinly veiled racism” by necessitating a war on drugs and cracking down on crime that stemmed from the Civil...

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Present State of Community Corrections: Conclusions

Community corrections remain an important element of correctional system in the United States and a popular alternative to incarceration, which is partly demonstrated by the large number of adults under community supervision. According to the recent data, in 2011 the number of community supervision population has been more than twice...

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Prisons the New Cottonfield

There is little doubt in the minds of many that the prison system within the United States is a first-rate, money laundering system. The current age in American society is one that prides itself on money and affluence. The rich keep getting richer, while the poor keep getting poorer. The...

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Theories of Sentencing and Factors of Modern Sentencing

The objective of this study is to describe four theories of sentencing and to explain one of the key factors in modern sentencing laws and policies. Four Theories of Sentencing The work of David B. Muhlhausen (2010) entitled “Theories of Punish and Mandatory Minimum Sentences” reports that there are four...

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Mental Illness in the Texas Prison System

Many mentally ill people are incarcerated in the United States. Not only is treatment delayed or nonexistent in prison, but mentally ill inmates may be treated more harshly because of behavioral issues caused by their illness. So we ask: Are Texas prisons properly identifying inmates that suffer from a mental...

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The Politics of Redemption at Shawshank Prison

One of the most telling aspects of the evolutionary progress of how the American justice punishes those who transgress the law by incarcerating them in the prison system is how remarkably little difference exists between movies set in prison that were produced in the 1930s compared to those produced today...

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Community Garden Benefits

First and foremost, the community garden will open countless opportunities for practical, hands-on learning in different disciplines, such as landscape studies, horticulture, agricultural and environmental sciences, design, family and consumer sciences, public health, ecology, anthropology, geography, plant biology, and engineering. All of those, who study these and other disciplines can...

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Community Gardens

The prison garden project developed by Catherine Sneed as a horticulture program intended to offer the prisoners opportunities to do more meaningful work and through it transform them creates an ambiguous relationship between people and plants. This was out of her empathy for the poor and disenfranchised prisoners whom she...

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Build and Manage a Community Garden

BackgroundThroughout the realm of history, natural resources have been used by a plethora of people in order to facilitate a strong level of survival. Specifically, most of the early human beings and the Native Americans used rivers and other bodies of water in order to provide food, fertilizer for land,...

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Summary/Reaction “Russian Prison Tattoos” on YouTube

The tattoos worn by Russian prisoners are not just symbolic decorations. The tattoos show that there is culture, structure and power within the prisons. Tattoos can tell which part of Russia someone comes from, how high or how low their status is in the prison population, what role they serve...

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Abuses of Prisoners

Prisoners of war are undertaken through various experiences when they are in the hands of the perpetrators. Extreme forms of abuse on the prisoners is one of the critical representations of the ordeals that the prisoners go through in their experiences. A typical example of the torturing of the prisoners...

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