• Development of Corrections
    13, 2011 What were women’s prisons like before the 1800s? How have they changed? • Women’s prisons before the 1800s did not actually exist. The prisons were a mix of men, women, and children all together. In the 1800s woman that were in prison where treated just how the men were treated. The...
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  • Development of Corrections
    2011 Shane Poole The Development of Corrections Many things have changed since the 1800s from; the way prisons were ran to housing the prisoners. In this paper I will discuss what women’s prison was like in the 1800s and how they are different today. I will discuss the three arguments that supported...
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  • Female Offenders (Lost Population)
    POPULATION Women in prison experience more challenges in the correctional systems today than ever. Many of the problems seen today with imprisoned women are issues that have rolled over for centuries since the Era of Reform. Women have also been subjected to many stereotypical views since the 1800s, especially...
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  • History of the Death Penalty
    Victoria Corliss Patricia Cardner CRJ 100 July 27, 2006 History of the Death Penalty I have always wondered what the death penalty was like years ago, and why people were executed for such little things as stealing grapes or killing chickens. Why couldn’t they come up with better ways to handle...
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  • Jail and Prisons Comparison
    ail and prisons Jail and Prisons Comparison Kristofer Kem CJA/234 October 18, 2012 Luis Cintron Jail and Prisons Comparison Most people do not realize that there are differences between jails and prisons. Jails hold people awaiting trial or people that are sentenced for a short term, which...
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  • Justice
    The corrections system has changed and evolved throughout every era. Era such as the 1800s to the 2000’s handled their criminals differently such as in punishment and the way prisoners were secured. Crime has also changed throughout the years as well so corrections have improvised itself to fit the...
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  • Psychology and History
    new laws were passed such as those setting out that women could buy and hold their own homes, and keep a home in their name after divorce. It was not until 1923 that women got the vote across the board and not just in niche pockets that were allowed for material or political reasons. Or women over twenty...
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  • Charles Dickens
    American literature has developed many great writers like Rupert Brooke and George Bernard Shaw. But first lets go back in time, back to the 1800s. Where children going to school was not the first priority to poor families. To where only the wealthy were taught to read and write. Back to where even at the...
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  • The Evidence and History
    The Evidence and History Cicero once stated, “To remain ignorant of things that happened before you were born is to remain a child.” Childish may not be something you would think of when referring to the past, but Cicero makes a valid point, knowing history is very important in gaining knowledge and...
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  • Reform Era-1812
    The reform era was between the early 1800s to the mid 1800s. In 1814, The Treaty of Ghent was signed which ended the War of 1812. The “Era of Good Feelings “began and it was a time where the people became a bit more unified due to the ending of the war and concentrated on the economic status of the country...
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  • Prison
    Prison System Comparison Paper Lezlie M. Lucas CJA/234 January 20, 2011 Prison System Comparison Paper Introduction The state prisons today were founded between the 1700s to 1800s during the Age of Enlightenment. The English correctional facility referred to as a “gaol,” was commonly known as...
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  • THe Yellow Wallpaper & A Jury of Her Peers
    Audience: Women who are controlled by men. Purpose: To show how women were treated during this time period. “The Yellow Wallpaper” by Charlotte Perkins Gilman and “A Jury of Her Peers” by Susan Glaspell reflected the time period where men dominated women. Over the years the roles...
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  • Say What!
    Eras include: 1800s, 1980s, 1990s, and 2000 The 1800 era brought several alternatives to incarceration. The Southern Penology System brought the lease system and penal farms. This was brought about after the Civil War when the lands were destroyed. Also with the Great Depression, there were not any funds...
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  • Women in Prison
    Women in Prison Introduction The growing rate of women in prison has spawned widespread awareness in our society; leading people to question why the percentage multiplied exponentially over the past three decades. In the past, female offenders have not only been compared to their male counterparts...
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  • Bridewell
    policy-makers. Historically, there have been four reasons for making inmates work: 1) to raise revenue; 2) to increase punishment; 3) to rehabilitate; and 4) to better manage the population. The first prison-like workhouses were established in England in 1557 and were called Bridewell's for London's Bridewell...
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  • Understanding the Public Sector
    Service but the company that caters for the Forces are a Private Company. Another example of this would be in HM Prison Service, again the HM Prison Service is a public service but the Prison Transport services are a privately owned business. In this part of my assignment I will be looking at the development...
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  • Federal Priosons: Introduction to Corrections
    Federal Prisons Torrie Arnold University of Phoenix Online Introduction to Corrections CJA/224 Fred Stansbury June 14, 2011 Federal Prisons In the 1700 and 1800s inmates convicted of federal crimes were kept in state and local institutions because there were no such thing as a federal prison...
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  • Checkpoint: Development of Corrections
    society a prison is a place in which people are physically confined and usually deprived of such a wide range of personal freedoms. Basically in overall imprisonment or incarceration is a penalty that may have been imposed by the state for the crime that the individual has committed. Before the 1800s prisons...
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  • Lock down on teens?
     Lock Down on Teens? Have you ever asked yourself if those being accused of raping a girl under age and are now spending their life in prison being labeled as a true sex offender truly committed the crime? Or had it just been a normal sexual interaction with a girl who was no more...
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  • Argumentative Essay on Prop 21
    Prop 21 As the years go by the amount of children being tried as adults is increasing and what many don’t see is we have to make a change to that. The juvenile justice system was created in the late 1800s to improve the U.S. policies regarding youth offenders. It is believed youth could be rehabilitated...
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