Does prisonization exist, and why or why not?  

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This neologism refers to the effect of incarceration on long-term psychology.  In my capacity as college English teacher in a medium-security prison in the Midwest, I witnessed prisonization in two ways:  first, the first-time property offenders showed fear of associating with the “other”—the...

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