Organizational and racial conflict in maximum‐security prisons, by James G. Fox. Lexington Books: Lexington, Massachusetts, 1982, xiv + 192 pp

Organizational and racial conflict in maximum‐security prisons, by James G. Fox. Lexington... REFERENCE Rupenthal GC, Arling GL, Harlow HF, Sackelt GP, and Suomi SJ (1976): A ten-year perspective of motherless-mother monkey behavior. Journal of Abnormal Psychology 85:341-349. Irwin S. Bernstein Department of Psychology University of Georgia Athens Organizational and Racial Conflict in Maximum-Security Prisons, by James G. Fox. Lexington Books: Lexington, Massachusetts, 1982, xiv + 192 pp. In the words of the author, this book seeks “to shed new light on complex relationships at all levels of the maximum-security prison organization. To this end, samples of subjects were drawn from the ranks of prison managers (executive and security), prison guards, and inmates at five institutions including Bedford Hills, Oregon, Soledad, Stillwater, and Rahway. Prisons selected for this multisite field study basically were those whose officials responded positively to invitations to have their institutions involved in the study. As noted by the author, efforts to include other institutions known to have serious internal problems such as Attica, Jackson, Stateville, etc., finally gave way to the overarching objective of conducting the study. Consequently, the extent to which inclusion of one or more of these other sites would have altered the results or provided the basis for subtle observations is unknown. The volume http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Aggressive Behavior Wiley

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REFERENCE Rupenthal GC, Arling GL, Harlow HF, Sackelt GP, and Suomi SJ (1976): A ten-year perspective of motherless-mother monkey behavior. Journal of Abnormal Psychology 85:341-349. Irwin S. Bernstein Department of Psychology University of Georgia Athens Organizational and Racial Conflict in Maximum-Security Prisons, by James G. Fox. Lexington Books: Lexington, Massachusetts, 1982, xiv + 192 pp. In the words of the author, this book seeks “to shed new light on complex relationships at all levels of the maximum-security prison organization. To this end, samples of subjects were drawn from the ranks of prison managers (executive and security), prison guards, and inmates at five institutions including Bedford Hills, Oregon, Soledad, Stillwater, and Rahway. Prisons selected for this multisite field study basically were those whose officials responded positively to invitations to have their institutions involved in the study. As noted by the author, efforts to include other institutions known to have serious internal problems such as Attica, Jackson, Stateville, etc., finally gave way to the overarching objective of conducting the study. Consequently, the extent to which inclusion of one or more of these other sites would have altered the results or provided the basis for subtle observations is unknown. The volume

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