Yes, in many cases they can. Even as a prisoner you may have to receive psychological counseling, but no one can force that prisoner to better themselves (many do.) He won't be doing too much drinking and could be doing some drugs in prison (they get it somehow). For what it's worth ... stay away from him and get on with your life!
prison subculture is the way of life by which each prisoner lives. such as behavior patterns
For the Putsch, Good behavior
Only he alone knows how he feels, but, my guess would be he'd have resentment towards you because in his abusive state towards you (the victim) he does not truly believe he has done anything wrong. Abusers take total control of their victims and they feel that the victim is their property just like their home and car. Jail or prison time does not generally help abusers nor does counseling. The stats are very low that abusers will ever change. Good for you for taking this abusive behavior to the court system and you should be proud of yourself. Marcy
Not on your credit report. Dream on.
No because if they did something wrong
An individual behavior adjustment unit often refers to a prison cell of some kind. These terms are used to speak more politely about the prison systems.
Yes, in today's prison system inmates with good behavior can attend classes or get a GED while in prison.
It depends on the case. Sometimes they don't go to jail at all.
lil Wayne will be released from prison Thursday November 4th for good behavior
Beauty or star from the omg girlz
yes only if you have good behavior and get paroll
The prison system works if the inmate is ready to change...
Six years, but more or less depending on your behavior while in the prison.
It would be most dependent on your past record, the nature of the offense you were convicted of, and your behavior while in max.
the asserted man goes to prison because of his forcefull behavior
View it as you would a person convicted of a crime and sentenced to prison. Why has the person stopped committing the particular crime? Obviously because he is forced to be in an environment that won't allow him to rob, rape or murder. It does not mean that once he is released, he won't chose to committ the crimes he did previously.An abusive person can be locked up, but will they stop being abusive once they are released? Probably not, and the abusive behavior can be worse than before, as the abuser feels increased resentment towards people he felt were "forcing" him to change. Unless a person is ready to admit they have abusive behaviors and that they are abusive towards an individual(s), they are not going to be willing to accept any kind of counseling on abuse or anger management, and they are less likely to feel guilt or regret over their abusive histories. Is counseling and therapy for abusers an ideal solution? Obviously not, as a great many abusers will never see their behavior as wrong or believe they are the ones that need treatment for it.AnswerThe point is (1) that an abuser must honestly recognize that he/she is abusing one or more other person, (2) acknowledge that it is wrong and (3) learn new patterns of behaviour. There's no quick fix - and in many cases there may be no solution at all, other than to leave them.
A consequence is the end result of the behavior. The behavior is the act. The consequence is the result. For example, the act (behavior) of armed robbery could lead to the consequence of a prison sentence.
The Stanford Prison Experiment demonstrates the powerful role that the situation can play in human behavior. Because the guards were placed in a position of power, they began to behave in ways they would not usually act in their everyday lives or other situations.
Because people are sexist.
That is just a claim. But, there was a guard named Freeman "Punch-drunk" Pepper. I have only thoughts about how managed to earn such a nickname.
Zimbardo's role in the Stanford Prison Experiment was as Superintendent. He was also the man behind the experiment tracking the changes in personally behavior when people were thrown into their role as a prisoner or a prison guard.
Michael A. Smyth has written: 'Prison rape' -- subject(s): Sexual behavior, Male rape, Prison violence, Prisoners, Sex crimes, Prison administration, Prisons in mass media
NO, prison won't change a person's mentality; only the person can do that themselves.
You serve 85 to 95 percent of a federal prison sentence. The 10 percent window is based on your behavior.