Communist Prison Camp Case Analysis

The specific techniques that were used to bring about the destruction of self-awareness among prisoners were to put more than four prisoners into a cell who were more experienced in their thought transformation than he (Whetten et al. , 2011). Whetten & Cameron (2011), states, “such a cell usually had one leader who was responsible […]

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Residential Treatment Facilities

Residential Treatment Facilities provide a vast range of services for troubled youth such as; drug and alcohol treatment, discipline, counseling, basic living skills, structure, and so much more. These Residential Treatment Centers also provide organization skills that training schools provide as well and they are; obedience/conformity, reeducation/development, and treatment. These are three very important factors […]

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Mr. Bleaney

Mr. Bleaney is a poem by Philip Larkin. It has seven stanzas split into two main themes. It is about the thoughts of Larkin as the landlady shows him around the room of the mysterious ‘Mr. Bleaney’. I think that ‘the Bodies’ was where he worked; it could be a colloquial reference to a particular […]

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Prisoners Rights

Prisoner rights are important because they prevent prisons from taking advantage of people. They also help to ensure that the punishment fits the crime. Without prisoner rights, those who are responsible for ensuring that society is safe from people who cannot live by society’s rules would be free to treat prisoners whatever way they saw […]

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My Take on George Jung’s Life

If I could flashback and walk in someone else’s shoes I would pick George Jung George was one of the most successful business men of all time in my opinion. He was a drug dealer but just because he watched how his parents struggled to get by in the 1950’s and he told himself that […]

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Lack of Prisons Rehabilitation Programs

By the lack of rehabilitation programs in the state and federal prison systems, the chances of convicts releasing and returning back to prison increases rapidly. The lack of rehabilitation is one of the most leading causes to an offenders relapse or to a new crime that will be committed within 3 years from the offender’s […]

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