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Cj ch 13 key terms
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One who works in a prison or jail and supervises correctional inmates
Inmates age 55 and up
The notion held by courts that prison administrators should be given free rein to run their prisons as the deem best
The belief by courts that inmates have certain constitutional rights that the courts must see are upheld and that prison administrators must obey
in Wolff v. McDonnell (1973), the Supreme Court stated that there is no iron curtain between the constitution and the prisons of the United States; in sum, inmates have rights
"Iron curtain" speech
In prison jargon, the sense that things "jusT don't look right"
The collective body of rights given to inmates by he courts, in such areas such as conditions of confinement, communications (mail and letters), access to law library and medical facilities, and so on.
The process whereby an inmate become socialized into the culture in social life of prison society so that adjusting to the norms of outside society becomes difficult
Providing services to, and supervision for, paroled in May 2 are about to re-integrate into the community
Reentry and aftercare
An early philosophy towards prison inmates, essentially stating that inmates had no legal rights that had to be observed by prison administrators
"Slave of the state"
A form of Imprisonment in which an inmate is isolated from any human contact (except for members of prison staff).
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