Exam 2 Study Guide Spring 2011

Exam 2 Study Guide Spring 2011 - Pseudofamilies in female...

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Corrections Exam 2 Study Guide: Chapters 6, 7, 10, 11, 12 Who manages jails? Rabble management Know the four generations of jails and their traits How does jail privatization work? Females in jails: 4 factors causing females to behave the way they do Pay to stay jails Auburn vs. Pennsylvania systems Women in prison: reasons for their increased rates of incarceration Classification in prison: what is it? AIMS and PMC classification systems Internal vs. External classification What are faith-based units/prisons? Operational vs. design capacity vs. rated capacity What are open institutions? What impact does UNICOR have? Sykes' pains of imprisonment Prison code Know the different inmate roles in male and female prisons and characteristics of each Most common offense for which females are incarcerated
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Unformatted text preview: Pseudofamilies in female prisons Oakland's Project Pride, Reading Family Ties Four legal foundations for prisoner’s rights Hands Off Doctrine: what it is and why it declined (Monroe v. Pape, Cooper v. Pate) Know the institutional needs that justify restrictions on prisoner rights The three types of damages that can be awarded to prisoners if they win a civil suit Wilson v. Seiter, Glover v. Johnson Therapeutic communities for drug offenders Drug Medicalization, Prevention and Control Act Communicable diseases: why should we treat, reasons it is difficult to treat in prison Know the three innovative strategies used to divert people with mental illness from the CJS Most common cause of death among the world's prisoners? Inmates with disabilities Work assignments of HIV/AIDS inmates...
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This note was uploaded on 06/13/2011 for the course CRJU 312 taught by Professor Meade during the Spring '10 term at South Carolina.

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