Monster They Treat Me Like The Dog I Ll Be A Dog Analysis

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In “Monster - They Treat Me Like a Dog, I’ll Be a Dog” insight is provided to put into perspective how inmates are mistreated and subject to different forms of abuse after being incarcerated for a period of time, which ultimately causes them to harden and commit additional crimes while in prison. As pointed out by Austin and Irwin (2012), inmates are often victims of “racial prejudice, being harassed by the correctional officers, threaten and attack by other inmates.” As a result, this causes many of the inmates to become violent, fearless individuals who often admit and conduct themselves in a manner that is self-destructive because they do not care whether they live or die in the process. As discussed in the course textbook, a primary
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