Search Results for 'women in prison'

  1. Women In Prison

    1790. To provide recommendations on how to maintain a lower population of women in prison. The role of women in society Fifty years ago the average person...

  2. Women In Prison

    histories of domestic violence. Thirty-two percent of women in prison about 4,000 women are serving sentences for murder was convicted of killing a husband, ex...

  3. Women In Prison

    attention. The dramatic rise in the number of prison and jail inmates is fairly well known; less so is that the ranks of women inmates are increasing much faster...

  4. Women In Prison

    depression, and heath issues to the mother. Statistics say women in prison are more than likely had a child under the age of 18, on welfare, and did not finish...

  5. Women In Prisons

    The ongoing debate about how women prisoners ought to be treated relative to their male counterparts will be a failure if it does not lead us to reconsider the...

  6. Women Prisons Before The 1800

    was established in 1873 as the first separate prison for women in America. (Foster, 2006) The women in prisons are still treated the same except they have separate...

  7. Women In Combat

    increase morale problems for male prisoners, as well as their vulnerability if the enemy were to torture these women prisoners to ensure cooperation from the men...

  8. Prison Nursery Programs

    period of time particularly the first months of the infants life (Womens Prison Association [WPA], 2009, p. 1). In the United States, generally after an inmate...

  9. Womens Rights In Prison

    that they encountered in day to day situation is no easy situation to be in. Women in prison go through a lot more than one would think. Because a mistake was made...

  10. Women In Prison

    return to society, being able to live a productive life. I think prisons should have only housed people who commited felonies and give them a form of rehabilitation...

  11. Federal Prison Comparison Paper

    as FPC Alderson. In the year of 1927, Alderson opened as the first federal women?s prison in the United States (Foster, 2006). Today, as in the past, Alderson?s...

  12. Ergonomics And The Changing Nature Of Work And Environment

    Abstract The main aim of this study was to obtain an understanding of ergonomics and the changing nature of work and environment. Aims, objectives and key...

  13. Southern Arizona Aids Foundation

    or sex organs (the penis and vagina), or through broken skin. Both men and women can spread HIV. Pregnant women with HIV can give the virus to their babies (para...

  14. Violation Of Woman's Rights In Muslim World

    would rather take their lives than live in such conditions. At one of the rare hospitals for women, a reporter found still, nearly lifeless bodies lying motionless...

  15. Fantasy And Myth, Pan's Labyrinth

    1 Fantasy and Myth in Pans Labyrinth: Analysis of Guillermo del Toro┬┤s Symbolic Imagery. The ancient myth of Cronus (or Saturn for the Romans). is at the center...

  16. Child Abuse In America

    in the United States were abused as children and thirty six percent of all women in prison were abused as children (www.childhelp.org). The immediate emotional...

  17. Womens Rights In Prison

    been a sharp increase in sexual harassment and abuse reports. In fact in all women prisons it is now necessary they provide condoms, knowing what happens and wanting...

  18. Drugs In Prison

    do drugs come into the institution? A. Most of the drugs brought into the women's prison was by the correctional officers. The majority of correctional officers...

  19. Criminal Justice

    16 percent of all felony convicts, and 6.6 percent of the state and federal prison population. Women in prison face a variety of different problems and therefore...

  20. Female And Male Incarceration

    institutions and law makers. Currently, there is a definite difference I how men and women prisons are operated. Around 1980 there was a major increase of female...