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"Juvenile Incarceration and the Pains Of Imprisonment" by Jeffrey Fagan and Aaron Kupchik
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This in turn was strongly related to the absence of the total deprivation of liberty discussed above — though note that officials and guards routinely confiscated pains of imprisonment demanded bribes to turn a blind eye to convict possession of forbidden articles notably stimulants like opium, liquor etc.
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Inprison pharmacist Tanabe arranged to give umeboshi pickled plums to a sick prisoner. Products made by convicts of the Kabato Shuchikan Prison.
Tsukigata Kabato Museum, Hokkaido, Japan. Abashiri Prison Museum, Hokkaido, Japan. He uses modern psychological theory not pains of imprisonment to challenge current prison practices but also to point to ways psychologists, policymakers, and others can help create a more effective and humane justice system.