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RESEARCH PROPOSAL II TEAM B: ERIN, CABLE,, VERNDARNELL DARDEN, SANDRA DAVIS, AND ANDREA SANDERS CJA/334 SEPTEMBER 7, 2015 PHILIP RUSSO
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INTRODUCTION .
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BACKGROUND
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RATIONALE SOLITARY CONFINEMENT AND MENTAL ILLNESS RELATED THE TRUE THEORY BETWEEN THE TWO THE INFORMATION PROVIDED IS FROM RELIABLE SOURCES WHY MENTAL HEALTH IS SEEN MORE IN SOLITARY CONFINEMENT
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HYPOTHESIS
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METHOD SURVEYS ASK QUESTIONS THAT CAN DETERMINE THE EFFECTS OF SOLITARY OBSERVATIONS MONITOR THE ACTIONS OF SUBJECTS IN ENVIRONMENT STATISTICAL STUDIES RESEARCH THE NUMBERS OF THOSE WHO CLAIM MENTAL ILLNESS BECAUSE OF SOLITARY
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DESIGN
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PROCEDURE CONDUCT SURVEY AMONGST INMATES o ASK QUESTIONS ABOUT INMATES FEELINGS TOWARDS SOLITARY AND THE EFFECTS IT HAS ON THEM CONDUCT SURVEY AMONGST GUARDS o ASK QUESTIONS ABOUT IF SOLITARY IS NECESSARY AND WHY OBSERVE INMATES IN SOLITARY o MONITOR INMATES BEHAVIOR WHILE IN SOLITARY COMPARE AND CONTRAST FACILITIES THAT HAVE SOLITARY AND THOSE THAT DO NOT o SEE IF THERE IS A DIFFERENCE IN THE INMATES IN BOTH FACILITIES
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