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study of the philosophy of the prison system

Marilyn Brown

study of the philosophy of the prison system

by Marilyn Brown

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Published by s.n.] in [Bradford, Yorks .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Prisons -- Great Britain,
  • Prisons -- Great Britain -- Law and legislation

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV9646 B76 1972a
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 89, [18] leaves.
    Number of Pages89
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18869617M

      "Nikolaus Wachsmann has written the definitive history of the prison system in Nazi Germany. Although previous studies and memoirs have investigated various aspects of this area, enough to fill Wachsmann's twenty-eight-page bibliography, this more than five-hundred-page volume—with its eighty pages of footnotes, illustrations, and charts—is a comprehensive . became apparent that we needed to tailor a version to fit our prison environment—make it more “prison-centric.” What you see here is the culmination of our efforts. Our sincerest hope rests in the wish that this Study Guide for Inmates will sow the seeds of other ethics programs throughout the Texas Criminal Justice System, and beyond.

    The book assesses the panopticon in the context of penal philosophy and 18th-century punishment, and discusses it as an instrument of the modern technology of subjection as revealed and analysed by Foucault. The book illuminates a subject of immense historical importance which is particularly relevant to modern controversies about penal : Janet Semple. Life in prison is tough so prison inmates form gangs in order to protect their interests. The philosophy of prison gangs is simple. When people unite, they are better able to protect themselves. This is the underlying belief which precipitates the formation of prison gangs. Each of the prison gangs that is in existence has a reason for being.

    The carceral system - The complex system introduced towards the end of Discipline and Punish. It attempts to explain both the operation of the modern prison and its failure. The carceral system includes the architecture of the prison, its regulations and its staff: it extends beyond the prison itself to penetrate into society. The Philosophy Foundation worked with Kirstine up in Manchester at Thorn Cross prison delivering weekly philosophy classes for a term in (funded by the Royal Institute of Philosophy). In , King's College London’s Department of Philosophy piloted an 8-week philosophy course for prisoners at HMP Belmarsh.


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