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In this article, the author attempts to follow an inmate with a life sentence who, after the initial fear and anger stage of his sentence, started to comprehend that changes were needed if he were ever to have his sentence commuted.
The author examines how prison encourages and hinders the development of conflict resolution skills by female inmates. The difficulties of officers in resolving conflicts is also discussed.
The authors found significant differences in emotional stress levels experienced by juvenile offenders confined to facilities having higher degrees of security and structure.
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