INSTITUTIONAL AGGRESSION

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WHAT ARE THE 2 EXPLANATIONS FOR INSTITUTIONAL AGGRESSION WITHIN GROUPS?
The importation model and The deprivation model
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WHO PROPOSED THE IMPORTATION MODEL?
Irwin et al
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WHAT DOES THE IMPORTATION MODEL PROPOSE? A01
Prisoners are not 'blank slates' when they enter prison, many of the normative systems developed outside such as social histories and traits would be 'imported' into the prison.
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WHAT DOES THE IMPORTATION MODEL SAY ABOUT GANG MEMBERSHIP? A01
Pre-prison gang membership appears to be an important determinant of prison misconduct. As members of street gangs appear to offend at higher levels than their non-gang counterparts, also account disproportionate amount serious and violent crimes
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WHAT DOES THE DEPRIVATION MODEL PROPOSE?
Prisoner aggression is the product of the stressful and oppressive conditions of the institution itself e.g. overcrowding increases fear and frustration.
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WHAT DID SYKES SAY ABOUT THE 'PAINS OF IMPRISONMENT'?
The loss of liberty, loss of autonomy and security
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