This is another reason I believe violence would a occur. Inmates are not treated with respect and like how normal individuals are. They makes them act differently towards others during their incarceration. They have a fraud up because they are well aware of the lack of respect. There is human instinct to protect thyself and that comes out in this situation.
It could affect the prisoner mentally because when they get out of prison it could make them not be able to trust authorities or even just people in general. It could also affect them physically from the guards(or whoever) could leave really bad scarring or leave them/their body in bad conditions(injured back, neck, legs,arms, etc). This has been my third and final reason against prisoner abuse. To sum it all up prisoner abuse is not okay because the prisoners are already getting punished. Also it is not morally right to take advantage of your power and authority, and lastly because the abuse could affect the prisoners mentally and physically.
Some effects of being isolated in a group are that it affects your thinking, it affects your actions, it can give them lack of self confidence, and it can also affect your way of living. Being Isolated individually is having the feelings of loneliness, you could have a chance of having a mental disorder, also isolation can cause you to feel out of place. ‘The Wave’ had the movement that brought students together, but later it started to affect their thinking and actions. They started to get more violent and they were not noticing. They were being Isolated and they could only talk to members of The Wave.
They are the kind of words that will have a person contemplating where they fit in in society, and also cause the individual to feel as though they are inferior. This can be so traumatic, that sometimes they may lead to both physical and emotional damage that may stay with someone for the rest of their lives. As hurtful as these words may be however, skeptics could also raise the idea of groups
Salinger not only develops the story, but he also weaves in how Holden is different from most adolescents, especially through his behaviors. Yet, the novel includes how at an adolescent age, teens encounter much trouble and battles. Moreover, Salinger tries to show how if tragedies occur in your life, they can be very difficult to leave behind, but if you don’t move along, it can cause a mental disorder of depression and it further leads to an irreversible way of life, low self esteem, and self destructive
Indentifying offenders who are coming in to the community may cause new offenders to be scared to get caught in their actions. They will be afraid of public embarrassment and have a fear of the harsh punishments they might receive. Most incoming potential offenders will be afraid of public embarrassment. New potential offenders would end up knowing that some offenders were already Identified and would try not to make to miss take of getting caught. That is both a good and bad side to this situation.
These other people might say that they do not know any better. If children commit the same crime as an adult, they should deserve the same consequences. Due to their bad past and lifestyle they might not be able to change. They won’t learn from it because where they came from it is okay. These people might also believe that one someone does something bad there is no hope.
One way to discipline delinquents or to remove them from society is to incarcerate them. Being surrounded by inmates whom you cannot relate to, not only on a mental level, but on a level of criminal activity is not the ideal setting for a juvenile to be placed in. When this occurs, youth then have to find ways to protect themselves. Which can result to further deviant behavior. "Studies have shown that continuing delinquent youth in correctional facilites will return to the same adverse environment".
Social conformity can destroy your health in many ways. It can suppress the immune and cause stress, lead to depression, cause emotional deprivation, prevent you from making healthy decisions, and lead to you doing thoughtless, dangerous acts. Although there are only five here, there are more physical and emotional consequences of conforming to group expectations due to fear and disapproval. Conforming to a group that’s against or unsure of your beliefs and values you believe in just because you want to fit in automatically creates anxiety because you the person are trying to be and think like someone you are not. Social Conformity also increases your chance of not making healthy decisions.