General State of Philippine Bilibid Prison The New Bilibid Prison is only among the jails under the BuCOR, housing inmates twice its capacity. Considered as the most congested facility under BuCor, problems identified by the prisoners, employees, and the security, were as follows: availability of basic necessities, building and prison cell conditions, spread of diseases, and increased risk of violence all of which are brought about by congestion or where congestion plays a part in. As early as
history of the drug war, n.d.). Fast-forward to today and the United States Ranks number one in the world for highest incarceration rates. The United States only represents 5% of the entire world’s population; however, it houses 25% of the world’s prison population (Eugene Jarecki, 2012). Forty four years have gone by since the initiation of the war on
thought to read 'Les Miserables' in person. Luckily, as an English book report, I select and read this book. This book's sketchy summary is- Before the French Revolution, Jean Valjean stole a loaf of bread for his sister. But, soon he catched and imprisoned into the jail. He persistently attempt to jailbreak, at last his punishment became 19 years. After he come out of the prison, no one greets him because he already branded as a criminal in town, but only one person bishop Myriel greets him, however Jean
AP English: Fiction Name: Madison Taylor, Juan Linares, Dane Steen Per. 2 Major Works Data Sheet Note: Cite references in MLA format, in-text and parenthetically. Complete a Works Cited page of all references used. Title: Native Son Author: Richard Wright Date of Publication: 1940 Genre: Novel, African American literature Biographical information about the author: Born in Roxie, Mississippi on September 4. Richard Wright wrote and published his firsts short story when he was 16. In
CLOSE TO THE EDGE is a character driven drama. It explores the themes of believing in dreams and making them come true. It also examines themes about trust and abandonment, as well as second chances and making the right life choices. It’s the type of story that sends an appreciated message about how one can overcome adversity regardless of one’s background. The story centers on Ray, who is determined to make a difference for young, disadvantaged teens. Once from the ghetto, he returns. Ray is driven
people who leave their past lives to go to a new one. There are thoasands of books in this world that have this same idea, but those are more about leaving the past and going towards the future. This book may have plenty of reflection of Tom’s time in prison and _____ (California stuff. Looking to future), but it is more about the journey and what they must endure in order to get to the golden state. The book follows The Joad family from being evicted, to Author’s
Child Maltreatment is unfortunately a very emotional crime to report on and is a prevalent crime in which many are victimizing. When comparing to this to other crimes, the victims typically have a chance to defend themselves, however with children, this is not the case. Child Maltreatment is discussed with government involvement and victim statistics. Two criminal theories of cause are discussed to seek possible causes of offenders to choose to commit the crime of child maltreatment. Finally
conceptual portion, I will be looking at two different theories that I have learned throughout the course of organizational behavior, by briefly defining the theory as well as relating it to different scenes in the movie and applying them. Movie Summary: The story of Coach Carter is based on a true story, about a basketball team from Richmond High School and their coach, Ken Carter.