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Who Bears the Primary Responsibility for the Conditions in Prison and the Conduct of Prisoner: the Society, the Criminal Justice System or the Prisoners Themselves?
SOCIAL RESPONSIBILTY FOR DEVIANT CONDUCT AND PENITENTIARY CONDITIONS
Criminologists, sociologists and psychologists have studied underlying causes of crime
since a long time but there are still not universally agreed-upon reasons. Most criminal research show that guilty people have always a complicated psychology. Social factors and internal factors both determine a criminal's conduct, and this complicity makes us to question those factors and thus want to find out who is primarily responsible for people being behind bars and for the conditions they are corrected in.
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- Who Bears the Primary Responsibility for the Conditions in Prison and the Conduct of Prisoner: the Society, the Criminal Justice System or the Prisoners Themselves?
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