WomenCJCh5(S03)

WomenCJCh5(S03) - CHAPTER FIVE INCARCERATING, PUNISHING,...

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CHAPTER FIVE INCARCERATING, PUNISHING, AND “TREATING” OFFENDING WOMEN AND GIRLS
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Invisible as Prisoners 1 st studies in 1960s Little known until 1970s Reasons for invisibility Small portion of prisoners (5%) Incarcerated for less serious crimes Less likely to make demands Don’t file lawsuits
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Early History Preindustrial societies Middle Ages US colonial times Incarceration for sex offenses
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Early Prison Experience Men and women housed together until 1870s Women at risk Services extremely limited
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Early Reform in England Reform led by Elizabeth Fry How were female offenders viewed? Important changes effected by Fry Sex segregated prisons Female guards Decrease in hard labor Where do we get the best insight into prison conditions in early 1900s?
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Reform in the US Pre Civil War 1860s Types of institutions Custodial Reformatories
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Progressive Era (1900-1920s) Increased professionalism Medical services available Focus changed Too much of a good thing
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