The Prison Community. Front Cover. Donald Clemmer. Holt, Rinehart and Winston, – Criminal psychology – pages. Title, The prison community. Author, Donald Clemmer. Publisher, Rinehart, Original from, the University of California. Digitized, Nov 8, Length, Luton Ackerson; The Prison Community. By Donald Clemmer. Boston: Christopher Publishing House, pp. $, Social Forces, Volume 19, Issue 3.
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In The Prison Community ;Donald Clemmer coined the word “prisonization” and defined it as the process by which the psyches and behaviors of convicts were molded by the social and structural hallmarks of prison life.
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