Correctional Institutions

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Index
Abortion, in coed institutions, 245
Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations, 84, 87
Affirmative action programs, 400
Age of consent laws, 394
Alabama, 67, 171
Alaska, 85
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), 148, 153
Alcohol production, in prison, 169-170, 177
Alderson, West Virginia, 237
Alper, Benedict, 456
American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME), 400
American Muslim Mission, 147, 153
Arditi, Ralph R., 235-236
Arizona, 312
Aryan Brotherhood, 151, 281
Asch, S., 298
Ashland, Kentucky, 343, 349
Attica, N.Y., 10, 237, 410
Auburn, N.Y., 8, 307
Auburn System, 8-9, 11, 50, 235, 475, 478
Beaumont, Gustave de, 24, 27, 28, 61-62, 125-126
Beccaria, Cesare, 21, 38n
Bell v. Wolfish, 102, 104, 105, 106-107
Bender, Eugene I., 147
Benefit of clergy, 19
Bennis, Warren G., 88
Berk, Bernard, 196
Bilalian Muslims, 147, 152, 153
Birth control, in coed institutions, 245
Black Awareness for Community Development Organization (BACDO), 148, 152, 153
Black Guerrilla Family (BGF), 151, 281-282
Black Muslims, 147, 282
Black P. Stone Nation, 190, 192, 196, 199
Blackstone, William, 18, 30n, 34n, 35n, 37n
Boosters, 224
Boston Prison Discipline Society, 24
Brent, Margaret, 41n
Bridge Club (BC), 148
Britain. SeeGreat Britain
Brown, Claude, 130
Budgeting systems, 97-98
Burger, Warren, 311, 427
Butches, 220-221
California, 62, 65, 79, 86, 338n, 364, 389
community-based corrections in, 467, 496
gangs in, 151, 280-284
grievance mechanisms in, 430, 435
inmate classification in, 354-360
inmate social system in, 142-156
prisoners' union in, 410-411
recidivism in, 490-491
violence in, 278, 359
vocational training in, 316-324
Campbell v. Cauthron, 106
Capps v. Atiyeh, 106
Catholic inmate groups, 146
Chicago ( Ill.), street gangs of, 190-201
Chicano Prisoners: The Key to San Quentin (Davidson), 151
Chicanos Organizados Pintos De Aztlan (COPA), 148-149, 152, 153
Chino, California, 338n
Chipman, Nathaniel, 38
Christian inmate groups, 146
Christianity, concept of imprisonment in, 4
Cigarette money, 166-167, 176
Classification centers, 59-60
Clemmer, Donald, 188, 189, 196, 299n, 444
Clinton, N.J., 235
Co-corrections, 234-249
Coker v. Georgia, 397n
Collective bargaining, employee, 400-401
Commissary expenditures, 162
Commissary hustler, 223-224
Commission on Law Enforcement and the Administration of Justice, 479
Common law, 18-19
Community-based corrections, 502
furlough programs in, 449-453
halfway houses in, 454-463
impact on prisonization, 445-447
for juvenile offenders, 467-468, 495, 496
for local institutions, 73-80
recidivism and, 443-444, 490
reintegrative goals of, 442-443
resistance to, 481-482
resistance to, by correctional staff, 399-400
staff of, 91
Conjugal visitation, 264, 268
Connect, 224
Connecticut, 25, 85, 427, 432
Conrad, John, 495
Cool system, 229, 231-233

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