Development of Corrections

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Development of Corrections

In the 1800s woman that were in prisoners where treated just how the men where treated. The hard labor they had to endure was work such as sewing, cleaning, laundry and cooking. They were expected to act like ladies but where treated like men. The woman believed they were over worked and underfed in these prisons in the 1800s.

The three basic arguments established in the 1800s that supported the separation of juvenile prisons from adult prisoners?

Penitentiary life would be to hard on the youth

They believed that the youth would learn the bad habits from the older inmates and the experience would embittered by the confident.

Would have a better chance of being rehabilitated if the youth got treatment by someone who knew how to treat young offenders.

If the prisons left the youth with the adults the youth would get schooled on how not to get caught in the future crimes they were to commit. The adults would take advantage of the youth in emotional , sexual ways.

The purpose of hard labor in the 1800s was to help out growing companies. The companies would pay the prisoners very little and rep in the profits. The prison would also benefited from the labor as well. They kept the prisoners busy in either assembly line or in their cells doing their jobs there. This cut down on the crime within prison walls. When the Great Depression took jobs from citizens the only fair thing to do was give the jobs that prisoner had to men that so desperately needed the money to help their families survive. Another reason hard labor in prisons came to an end was the prions reformers did not like how the prisoners where being treated they believed they were under clothed, under fed , and worked to death.

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