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Unformatted text preview: intern it really sets them up for frailer and lots of emotional problems. When it comes to the inmates, they are mostly like dealing with more intelligent children in some instances where every case has to be handled different. I would have to say that when you do blanket punishment it works in some cases but makes other worse so it’s all done by a majority. So we as humans will group everyone together and do whatever fits the most people and not give care to others. That’s why I believe our system needs to take the time with the people and learn them and fix what can and let the others move on to other places that are for people that refuse to change since anyone can change if they really want to and have good support. I would have to say the biggest difference between then and now is just we have not punished as hard and given more rights to inmates....
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- Spring '11
- Suffering, inmates, Owen Thomas