|Administrative hearing officials (AHOs), 174 -75|
|African Americans, women inmates, 96 - 97|
|Aggression, among women inmates, 96|
|Alcoholics Anonymous, 183|
|American Bar Association, 120|
|American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), 122|
|American Correctional Association, 120|
|American Psychiatric Association, 77|
|Annual assessments, 143 -44|
|Appeals of sentences, 145 -46|
|Arch Street Jail, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 45|
|Arrest, decision factors in, 12|
|Atimia (loss of citizenship rights), 28 - 29|
|Australia, penal colonies in, 37 , 39|
|Beaumont, Gustave de, 45 , 48|
|Beccaria, Cesare, 35 , 44|
|Black Guerrilla Family, 81|
|Boards, institutional review, 143 -45|
|Boot camps, for women, 104 -5|
|Bornstein, R. F., 76 - 77|
|Brockway, Zebulon, 50 - 54|
|Cells. See Accommodations|
|Censorship. See Contraband|
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Book title: Living in Prison: A History of the Correctional System with an Insider's View.
Contributors: Stephen Stanko - Author, Wayne Gillespie - Author, Gordon A. Crews - Author.
Publisher: Greenwood Press.
Place of publication: Westport, CT.
Publication year: 2004.
Page number: 187.
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