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UOTTAWACRM 2306Kate FletcherWinter

CRM 2306 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Managerialism, Pillory, Solitary Confinement

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8 Feb 2016
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Prison reform has always existed beside prisons as institutions. Prison reform occurs consort/tandem with the very functioning of the prison itself. Pr
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UOTTAWACRM 2306Kate FletcherWinter

CRM 2306 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Anger Management, Risk Assessment, Managerialism

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18 May 2016
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Medical model of imprisonment offenders are sick, rehabilitate to fix and then reintegrate into community. People going back to prison is really common
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UOTTAWACRM 2306Kate FletcherWinter

CRM 2306 Lecture 3: Lecture 3

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18 May 2016
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Social problems treated as problems of the individual. New rehabilitation is new because we go on their risk now. So we transform people on the basis o
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UOTTAWACRM 2306Kate FletcherWinter

CRM 2306 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Solitary Confinement, Medical Model, Panopticon

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18 May 2016
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Imprisonment as punishment (the prison in contemporary society) Prison reform has always existed along side prisons as institutions. Prison themselves
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UOTTAWACRM 2306Kate FletcherWinter

CRM 2306 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Argot, Masculinity, Hypermasculinity

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18 May 2016
19
Manufactured protective self (ex. not visiting with family members so you are less vulnerable) vs self of new rehabilitationism (ex. They want you to b
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UOTTAWACRM 2306Kate FletcherWinter

CRM 2306 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Learned Helplessness

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18 May 2016
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Importation model inmate society shaped by external forces. Norms and values of perpetrator = norms and values of prisoner. They say that prisoners are
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UOTTAWACRM 2306Kate FletcherWinter

The Emergence of Modern Prison Kate Fletcher's first lecture of Winter Semester 2011 titled "The Emergence of Modern Prison"

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16 Oct 2011
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Catholic church developed prisons ppl would go to prison cuz they. Idea that god could only take someone"s life so they needed to be put away. Can feel
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UOTTAWACRM 2306Kate FletcherWinter

CRM 2306 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Total Institution, Symbolic Interactionism, Erving Goffman

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18 May 2016
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Playing the role establishes social identity, become who one is. Goffman says that our social identities are shaped by our statuses. Members of society
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UOTTAWACRM 2306Kate FletcherWinter

CRM 2306 Lecture Notes - Ascribed Status, Vacuum, Erving Goffman

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16 Oct 2011
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Journal titles italisized and volume #, issue # in parentheses. An attribute that ppl have that is deeply discrediting. And effectively taints them dur
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UOTTAWACRM 2306Kate FletcherWinter

CRM 2306 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Solitary Confinement, Total Institution, Erving Goffman

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18 May 2016
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Goffman says that in total institutions like for example in the military, when soldiers are given useless little tasks that make them feel completely u
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UOTTAWACRM 2306Kate FletcherWinter

CRM 2306 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Situational Sexual Behavior, Total Institution, Hypermasculinity

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18 May 2016
15
We go from just worrying about whether or not the individual committed a crime to gathering knowledge about an offender, evaluating their risk. Goffman
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CRM 2306 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Impression Management, Erving Goffman, Ascribed Status

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18 May 2016
21
Stigma = spoiled identity: his explanation of stigma is based on the publics attitude on people who fall short of normal. This will lower the worth of
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