The jail managing the underclass in american society and millions of other books are available for amazon kindle learn more enter your mobile number or email address below and well send you a link to download the free kindle app. The process of being arrested and held in jail often produces a profound state of internal disorganization and demoralization this state is the opposite of having it together a popular metaphor for an internal discipline a spirit and a set of habits that equip persons to cope with the complexities of modern society. Combining extensive interviews with his own experience as an inmate john irwin constructs a powerful and graphic description of the big city jail unlike prisons which incarcerate convicted felons jails primarily confine arrested persons not yet charged or convicted of any serious crime irwin argues that rather than controlling the disreputable jail disorients and degrades these people . Social scientists like the general public have shown a great interest in the prison but have almost completely ignored the jail since john howards historic report on english jails the state of the prisons in england and wales 1777 there have been perhaps a dozen other reports most of which are listed in the bibliography whereas there are hundreds of studies on the prison. Irwin argues that jail disorients and degrades and instead of controlling the disreputable actually increases their number of helping to indoctrinate new recruits to the rabble class in a forceful conclusion irwin addresses the issue of jail reform and the matter of social control demanded by society
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