Problems of Corrections_Fleury-Steiner_Date_030110

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Correctional Ideologies: Overview What are the correctional ideologies on which these models were built? What is a “Correctional ideology?” Body of ideas and practices that pertain to the processing of offenders as determined by law Correctional ideologies in the US: A History of Conflict The actions of corrections are shaped by the ideology subscribed to or by the will of citizens being served and protected o Societal ideas supply the rationalization for punishment policies o How do societal ideas about punishment translate into correctional practice? 3 most enduring reasons for punishment in the US: 1. Retribution (getting even) Over time this has transferred from the individual to the state 2. Deterrence Punishment that is closely linked to the crime will discourage reoccurrence 3. Incapacitation To isolate, remove or cripple offenders in some way. This theory finds no home for rehabilitation Punishment as a Fundamental Problem of Corrections Punishment in a correctional institution is often negative for both the punished
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This note was uploaded on 08/30/2010 for the course CRJU 203 taught by Professor Haas during the Spring '06 term at University of Delaware.

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