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Department
Criminology
Course
CRM1301
Professor
Christine Gervais
Semester
Winter

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CRM 1301: Lecture #7  02/27/2012 Prision  Sanction  Recent development  Roman Empire= holding cells and Penal servitude  M.A=holding cells   Late 18  century= workhouses   debtor’s prison: people held until debt was paid more closely resembling modern prisons  ironically many  people could not pay their own debt.   prison cells served more as a holding cells, not a long term sentence, they were awaiting to be transported,  awaiting trial or death sentence or corpal punishment  County Jail:  Form of dungeons, privately  run, residential space, a lot of families living together (not safe) (convicts  mixed with the poor) Profit  Fee for cost of living  Fee for each step of process  Fee for viewing (for those who wanted to see)  No regulation of ADM (administration ) Disease­1/4 individuals were dying from disease, 3 times faster than the actual sanction itself (death  sentence)  Late 1
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