How do Interpersonal relationships in Women’s prisons differ from those in Male prisons?

Questions 1. Name the various components of the corrections system today and describe their functions. 2. Describe how the criminal justice system operates as a large selection process to determine who ends up in the correctional system. Include in your response some of the main similarities among and differences between people who end up under correctional authority and the general population. 3. List the main issues facing jails today. 4. Discuss the goals of incarceration. Also include at least 5 of the items below and their importance in your response a. campus style b. courtyard style c. custodial style d. maximum-security prison e. medium-security prison f. minimum-security prison g. radial design h. rehabilitation model i. reintegration model j. telephone-pole design 5. Discuss the “inmate code” and talk about where the values of the prison subculture come from. 6. Explain why women prisoners are called the “forgotten offenders.” How do interpersonal relationships in women’s prisons differ from those in male prisons. 7. What are the principles used to organize the functioning of prisons. What are the negative consequences of boundary violations and job stress among prison staff. 8. Describe the significance of race and punishment.