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Observations on prison discipline

exemplified by the tread-mill & dietary adopted in the Nottinghamshire House of Correction, at Southwell

by Benjamin Hutchinson

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Published by Printed and sold by S. & J. Ridge in Newark .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Exertion,
  • Prisoners,
  • Punishment,
  • Diet

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Benjamin Hutchinson
    ContributionsRoyal College of Surgeons of England
    The Physical Object
    Pagination55 p. ;
    Number of Pages55
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26296906M

    Get this from a library! Notes on a visit made to some of the prisons in Scotland and the north of England, in company with Elizabeth Fry: with some general observations on the subject of prison discipline. [Joseph John Gurney; Archibald Constable & Co.,; Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown,; John and Arthur Arch,; Hurst, Robinson, and Co.,; Richard and Arthur Taylor (Firm),]. Notes on a Visit Made to Some of the Prisons in Scotland and the North of England: In Company with Elizabeth Fry: With Some General Observations on the Subject of Prison Discipline. for $41 - Compare prices of products in Books from Online Stores in Australia. Save with !

    Michael Foucault’s chapter Panopticism from his book Discipline and Punish: The Birth of the Prison, analyzes how power has advanced through the use of surveillance. The chapter explores how surveillance first evolved when the King was the overall dictator and enforcer. The next day I was shipped off to a maximum security prison in the upper peninsula of Michigan, stripped down naked and given a kevlar smock to wear. They keep the temperature down at 60 degrees which means that you have to stay huddled in a corner to conserve body heat. Because this was Observation I wasn’t allowed to have anything.

    Companion to Roscoe's Observations on Penal Jurisprudence Roscoe, William Observations on Penal Jurisprudence, And the Reformation of Criminals: Part III. Containing Further Remarks on the Opinions of the Edinburgh Reviewers; On the Society for Prison Discipline; On the General penitentiary at Milbank; And on the State of Prisons in America: Being an Attempt to . Page 54 - Knowledge ; and he shall further keep a Journal, in which he shall enter the Times of his Attendance on the Performance of his Duty, with any Observations which may occur to him in the Execution thereof, and such Journal shall be kept in the Prison, but shall regularly be laid before the Justices for their Inspection at every Quarter Sessions, and shall be signed by the Chairman of.


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Observations on prison discipline: exemplified by the tread-mill & dietary adopted in the Nottinghamshire House of Correction, at Southwell by Hutchinson, Benjamin; Royal College of. Reports and Observations On the Discipline and Management of Convict Prisons,Ed.

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Get this from a library. Observations on prison discipline: exemplified by the tread-mill & dietary adopted in the Nottinghamshire House of Correction, at Southwell.

[Benjamin Hutchinson]. Observations on penitentiary discipline addressed to William Roscoe of Liverpool, England. Joshua Jebb is the author of Observations on the Separate System of Discipline Submitted to the Congress Assembled at Brussels, on the Subjects of Prison. Hinton calls Discipline and Punish, “the starting point for anyone interested in how the modern system of punishment took hold and its insidious effects on society.” The most theoretical book.

Observations on Penal Jurisprudence and the Reformation of Criminals: With an Appendix, Containing the Latest Reports of the State-prisons Or Penitentiaries of Philadelphia, New-York, and Massachusetts, and Other Documents Issues of 19th-century legal treatises Issue of Goldsmiths'-Kress library of economic literature: Author.

Discipline and Punish: The Birth of the Prison is a book by the French philosopher Michel Foucault. It is an analysis of the social and theoretical mechanisms behind the changes that occurred in Western penal systems during the modern age based on historical documents from France.

Foucault argues that prison did not become Observations on prison discipline book principal form of punishment just because of the humanitarian.

Foucault's work is renowned for its original insights, and Discipline and Punish contains several of his most compelling observations.

Much of the focus of the book is on making new connections between knowledge and power, leading Foucault to sketch out a new interpretation of the relationship between voir, savoir and pouvoir - or, 'to see is to know is to have power.'.

Notes on a visit made to some of the prisons in Scotland and the north of England, in company with Elizabeth Fry: with some general observations on the subject of prison discipline.

Observations on penitentiary discipline: addressed to William Roscoe, Esq., of Liverpool, England. contends that the methods associated with discipline continually and systematically produce inequalities in the pursuit of docility and productivity.

As one of a multitude of institutions that employ disciplinary technology, schools adopt a pervasive regime of observation and supervision in. Among the books I read this summer was Michel Foucault’s Discipline and Punish: The Birth of the l, I found this book to be both intellectually dense and spiritually sobering.

Below I attempt to highlight just a few of the book’s many insights. Excerpt from Notes on a Visit Made to Some of the Prisons in Scotland and the North of England, in Company With Elizabeth Fry: With Some General Observations on the Subject of Prison Discipline The principal object of our journey was connected with the concerns of our own religious Society, thiat'of Friends; but we also made a point of inspecting the prisons in the several towns, Author: Joseph John Gurney.

The way is prepared for the prison by the developments in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries of the disciplines. Discipline is a series of techniques by which the body's operations can be controlled.

Discipline worked by coercing and arranging the individual's movements and his. Discipline and Punish: The Birth of the Prison is a book by the French philosopher Michel Foucault.

It is an analysis of the social and theoretical mechanisms behind the changes that occurred in Western penal systems during the modern age based on historical documents from France/5().

That's Entertainment: The Observation Principle from Bentham to Foucault (Oceania), page 1. The gentle way in punishment -- pt. Discipline -- 1. Docile bodies -- The art of distributions -- The control of activity -- The organization of geneses -- The composition of forces -- 2. The means of correct training -- Hierarchical observation -- Normalizing judgement [sic] -- The examination -- 3.

Panopticism -- pt. Prison -- /5(2). Discipline and Punish, Towards the end of the book, Foucault reflects on the fact that prisons actually rarely achieve what they promise to achieve. Crime and criminality continue to exist. But Foucault argues these failures are actually productive, in that they produce new concepts that society find useful.

discipline: an interrogation without end, an investigation that would be extended without limit to a meticulous and ever more analytical observation, a judgement that would at the same time be the constitution of a file that was never closed, the calculated leniency of a penalty that would be interlaced with the ruthless curiosity of an.

Research on the subject led me to organizations like Books to Prisons and The Prison Book Program, who understand that books are critical to the educational, cultural, and spiritual development of."Discipline and Punish" is clearly a tour de force that makes it impossible to think of prisons as distinct from the rest of society, as an aberration in form.

But however significant this accomplishment, there remains problems of method and policy that are deeply disturbing. Foucault subtitles his book, "The Birth of the Prison.".“Discipline 'makes' individuals; it is the specific technique of a power that regards individuals both as objects and as instruments of its exercise.

It is not a triumphant power it is a modest, suspicious power, which functions as a calculated, but permanent economy.” ― Michel Foucault, Discipline and Punish: The Birth of the Prison.