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The Findings vs. the Psychological Implications
Transcript of The Findings vs. the Psychological Implications
Personality tests "The Yard" Shock: prisoners were arrested and blindfolded Rebellion Felt emasculated,
loss of individuality stocking caps
ripped #'s off smocks
barricaded in cells
taunt & curse guards The Aftermath Psychological tactics of harassment Prisoner Released The Outside Looking In Parents & Friends Day "Of course he can-he's a real tough kid, a leader." Mass Escape Priest Visit THE END Last Act of Rebellion Terminated: 08/20/71 Sexual, degrading abuse
Christina Maslach #819 Gresham Sykes wrote that "life in the maximum security prison is depriving or frustrating in the extreme", and little has changed to alter that view (Sykes 1958, 63). References
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