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Title: Investigating Humanity
Author: Fredrickson, Morgan
Abstract: This thesis is in response to the immense challenges facing the prison system in the United States. An unprecedented number of incarcerated individulas has led to a deteriation of the prison system. The psychological atmosphere is increasingly violent, inhibiting the rehabilitaion of inmates, failing at the basic function of a ‘correctional’ facility. Delving into the psychology behind the problem encourages a different approach than the traditional ‘caged’ punishment found in the United States. A new program called SHOCK incarceration is designed to address the psychological issues with incarceration. However, there has been little to no consideration of design for this approach. This thesis extracts the key elements of the SHOCK program and creates a 600,000 square foot facility to strengthen its program. Located in Waite Park, Minnesota.
Date: 2012-05
Subject: Prisons.
Correctional institutions.
Criminals -- Rehabilitation.
Shock incarceration.
Waite Park (Minn.)
Minnesota.
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/19964

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