The criminal justice system in America is designed to provide a method of justice to protect all of us. Victims of crime rightly seek relief in the courts. If the system of justice was perfect, our prisons would be filled with convicts representing the racial diversity of America. Convicts would serve their sentences and be rehabilitated with the possible release if they met conditions for it. They would return into society and start their lives over. Unfortunately, the facts reveal a growing problem in America that may be tied to a system that disproportionately incarcerates people of color, many of whom are suffering in the life circumstances that land them in prison. In Angela Davis’s compelling article entitled, “Masked Racism: Reflections on the Prison Industrial Complex,” she brings to light many issues where government and society have failed and how the cost of the prison system that is not saving or rehabilitating people. Angela Davis notes “prisons do not disappear problems, they disappear human beings. And the practice of disappearing vast numbers of people from poor, immigrant, and racially marginalized communities have become big business. Homelessness, unemployment, drug addiction, mental illness, and illiteracy are only a few of the problems that disappear from public view when the human beings contending with them are relegated to cages.”
The majority of the social problems that offer imprisonment, poverty, the answer to the first statement was. These problems are usually covered by the “crime” categories and criminal behavior that is automatically given to people in the image. Homelessness, unemployment, drug addiction, mental disorders, and literacy are just a few of the problems that the people are getting rid of when they are tackling cages. For this reason, the prisons are a magical miracle. Or people who regularly vote in new prisons and cover the prison widely and that the prison network is deceived can be believed in a prison jail. But prisons do not end problems; they destroy people. And the practice of destroying many people from poor, immigrant and peripheral racist communities is a great job.
In the face of magic in a play, it always offers a lot of work behind the scenes. If a person is in prison to solve the adverse impact on solving social problems, execution needs to be established for the elderly population quickly. Goods and services must be provided to keep prisoners alive. Sometimes this population is tight, and in other cases that are involved in almost all significant activities, especially in overseas prisons and places of detention. A large number of people with condoms and chains are transferred to state borders, as they are transferred from one state prison or from federal prisons to another. Dividends received from investments in a criminal enterprise, as well as proceeds from the production of weapons, as a result of a single social violation. Due to the structural likelihood and effectiveness of the management links in military production and public fines, the expanded inequality system can now be described as a “prison industrial complex.”
Almost two million people are locked in a busy network of prisons and American prisons. More than 70 percent of the people are colored. It is often recognized that black women are the fastest growing group of prisoners and the largest prisoner group from India per person. For millions of people, including parole and parole, are under the direct control of the criminal justice system. Thirty years ago, the prison population was one of its current eight years. Today, women are still a small percentage of people, except the number of women in prison in California, women in prison throughout the country by 1970, the population is almost double. The political economy of the criminal courts is the political economy of criminal courts. Criminals, children of revitalization, whose criminal child is accepted, convicted and committed criminal crimes, will punish racist practices in the press form. In this great experiment, colored bodies are the fundamental human material to eliminate the fundamental social problems of our humanity. When a prison takes away a magic aura, showing racism, class induction and mediation of the capital process, it’s tempting.
The prison industry system, which was experiencing material and spiritual poverty of poverty and poverty, was the public wealth needed to solve problems that increase the number of prisoners. Larger family households have their prisons, their own needs, facing those who want to respond to social needs, such as temporary help with no other government programs. The decline in public education, including discipline and concern about the safety of public schools in poor communities, is directly related to the “decision” of the prison.
Analysis of the Research Problem
The study supports the ideology proposed by Angela Davis to determine that the privatization of the prison system in the United States of today is to be economically and politically and socially achievable, despite the past injustices in the historical effort of capitalism and punishment. Due to this unfortunate history, the modernization of prisons continues to take up a multi-national prison industry that has emerged? Privatization here refers to the process through which the state transfers responsibility for managing or operating justice facilities from a particular profit-oriented contractor. The trial of privatization of prisons in the United States is now essential for three reasons. Initially, the imprisonment continues from the 1980s; an American says that people add more prisoners over the past 100 years. At the end of 2002, approximately 700 prisons were completed each week compared to the previous year. To explore an approach, the United States, in particular, the stages of development, are ways to inform correction strategies that are consistent with this phenomenon (American Federation of State 1996).
There is another significant point made which is women’s violence. Women’s prisons in the continuity of violence from official state practice are of a sincere relationship. The majority of this public and private incorporation have become public opinion. However, while domestic violence has a more significant problem in public life, imprisonment is rarely discussed. There are places where there is regular and ongoing violence on prisons; The prison work depends on this. The threats of violence emerging from a prison hierarchy, as they have shown that the likelihood of structural distortion is likely to be, is that the relationship with some women is infringement widely and unforeseen. Although many of the prisoners have committed violence, in fact, there was a “prisoner” profile of the “free world,” which means that this persecution is the cause of the prison. Simple and simple relationships do not recognize the complex factors of the social and political legitimacy of violence against women; which emphasizes the domestic violence in the “free world” and by understanding the state’s violence around the world. prison
The second reason why the United States is essential to study is a large number of prisoners accumulated over the past 20 years. Between 1980 and 2000, the number of prisoners in the home was in the United States, and the United States continues to be the largest prison population in the world. The state prison sentenced to 16 percent potential people of the federal prison growing at a rate of up to 61 percent since 1995 and employs more than 39 percent of the population. Finally, cost adjustments in the United States are always high, growth in public spending (1.7 percent), high education (1.6 percent), and state aid expenditure (0.7 percent). In the period where money is suspended, it is necessary to study the way in which political decisions are made with solutions and the social costs incurred.
This study focuses on the following questions: how to expand privatization as a solution to the prison population? How is the industry protected? Also, this review suggests that stakeholders give evidence of specific strategies that are used by people with economic, political and moral interests and allow for specific discussion of how to punish people and take punishments. The public will continue to open prisons without studying the fundamental problem of the prison, which would allow other solutions to be ignored or removed from the workplace. And what is important, this lack of communication facilitates the production and reproduction of the “sub-class.” The private sector, such as the privatization of operating prisons, had a conflict of interest as it came into the expanded market for community correction. For example, in 2001, the chief prosecutor of Georgia began to consult with contracts.
Women impressment and its impact on their health have raised a lot of questions which were built in the analysis presented by Angela Davis. The evidence provided in the article shows the audacity of crimes along with health hazards. In the recent history of female prisoners in California 5, Gloria Broxton said: “They have no right to put out my life because I believe that I am useless. It also encourages the prison regimes. The most significant example of This type of violence is a lack of access to good medical care – medical negligence in prison Can lead to death. Usually, the interpretation of interpretation documents such as the Torture Against Torture Convention and Contracts that are Cruel, Inhuman or Negative Treatment or Penalty, the International Covenant on Civil Politics and the Minimum Quality / Treatment / Prison Rules emphasize the importance of healthcare in prisons. “The level of healthcare in prisons and healthcare should be at least equal to the level of the world outside, which is the result of the responsibility of the people whose freedom is and, in its entirety, independent d state power.
Women’s prisons in California identified a lack of access to medical information and treatment as a significant problem. Speaking about the conditions in the California Witnesses Women’s Prisoners reported that the doctor was waiting for weeks and waiting for weeks to have the recipes had been replenished. For women with heart disease, diabetes, asthma Such delays can cause cancer, conviction and HIV / excipients, causing severe medical or premature death difficulties. Chapman wants to live for ten years, and access to medical treatment was refused. When he got treatment, he took a double mastectomy, and then ten months became hysterectomy. Although cancer has been evaluated on the head and neck during the cancer session, it has repeatedly rejected the pain to manage many.
It is likely to be a crime and return to the prison. So tonight, I will recommend a four-year initiative to re-integrate the penitentiary in the amount of 300 million. Rec. Extend jobs on training and employment services in the field of business, provision of housing throughout the transition period and mentoring of prisoner prisoners including belief-based groups “(Bush, 2004). At present, the pricing of the private industry seems to be economically and from the desires of” emotional conservative “program of work for its GEO company and the CCA created religious programs. According to GEO, “When a criminal convert to its value system, it changes its behavior. Religious programs are important about the rehabilitation of the offender.” Every marketing agency is almost on a regular basis, regulating and coordinating the religious program to ensure sufficient conviction and representation of all convictions.
It is required that the “prison industrial complex” be reviewed due to the confusion of many participants, extending its interests and increasing the number of people who have an impact on them. Just as an industry is expanding its markets, champions need to understand and understand the complexity of the transaction. Developing an understanding of the profound sociological and cultural roots of the fight against crime, the resistance position against. The expansion of precise control mechanisms in the form of government and the ongoing reform can continue to be aimed at discouraging social inequality, releasing social imbalance and further prevention. I hope this dissertation is the basis for future action. At a more practical level, research in the future, as well as the development of the prison industry, should investigate the effects of conditional release and conditional release of these activities in private prison activities. When private companies are being regulated or ashamed, the number of political and parish cases that will cause people to increase or reduce prisons. Also, it is worth considering the issue of employing a prisoner. The Private companies identify crimes that reflect technology (which are owned and used by private companies) and redirected criminals.
The statements and strategies used to stimulate the operational privatization of prisons aim to capture more raw materials (people). The nation suffered from severe economic hazards and put it into the war for the murder of the budget. The levels of fear are high, the unemployment rate is growing, and the country is politically polished. Some of the unions point to the head on economic issues and are shown as the disaster of traditional Christian manners and values, and the lack of individual accountability, poverty, and crime. At the same time, federal states, states, and governments are fighting again. Financing all aspects of a full, private and public rehabilitation system is becoming a challenge for the US administration. As for regulation and private companies have agreed that any changes to the drugs or immigration laws, or the total deposit, the deprivation will result in freedom as the best method of control of the financial situation of the companies. Therefore, for the “raw material” means they were back to the list of “new crises” regarding the conditions selected: they carefully considered the requirements of the “conservative rhetoric”: mental health, conditional expulsion, lower power, paradox, and repeat. Refurbishes, criminals and professionals dedicated to ideas, choosing a language of modern remedies Resistant “solutions” praised rapidly using a recognized story of the private sector.
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