Insitiutional

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A Level Psychology A2 (Aggression) Mind Map on Insitiutional, created by SophHatherlyx on 06/05/2013.
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Insitiutional
1 A03
1.1 ANIMALS- calhaun, bio and cognitively different
1.2 REAL WORLD- wilson. most violence occurs in hot noisy full environments. making quieter showed dramatic decrease in violence
1.3 ANDROCENTRIC- most conducted on males. cant generalise to women
2 Importation Model
2.1 A01
2.1.1 IRWIN AND CRESSEY- import own issues into prison when enter. cause conflict. eg abuse or poor childhood
2.1.2 Violence not due to institute, but characteristic of individuals who enter
2.2 A02
2.2.1 Support...
2.2.1.1 Those who unemployed, poor education, more serious criminal offence more likely to be aggressive
2.2.1.2 POOLE- Juvenile facilities, if violent outside more violent inside
2.2.1.3 HARER- behaviour inside reflected outside. black- higher rate of violence. white- higher drug and alcohol misuse. must be brought in
2.2.2 However...
2.2.2.1 DELISI- pre gang members no more violent than other inmates
3 Deprivation Model
3.1 A01
3.1.1 PATERSON AND PETERSON- opposite of importation. aggression due to stressful environment such as fear, overcrowding and treatment of staff
3.2 A02
3.2.1 Support...
3.2.1.1 CALHOUN- when rats made to live in over crowded conditions, more aggressive
3.2.1.2 MCCORKLE- overcrowding and lack of privacy and meaningful activity increased interpersonal violence. is due to deprivation of living standards
3.2.2 However...
3.2.2.1 MEGARGEE- aggresion negatively correlated with living space.when prison over crowded,more management strategies, inmates fewer opportunities to interact
3.2.2.2 NISMAN- doesnt work in all institutes. in psychiatric, more space failed to decrease violence
4 Popcorn Model
4.1 A01
4.1.1 if enough 'heat' applied, prisoner can 'pop' which leads to everyone 'popping'. suggests if dont bring in aggression, can become aggressive if enough heat applied
4.2 ZIMBADO- support. prisoners and guards
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