Social Work in Corrections Institutions and Re-Socialization of Convicted Women

Authors : Moses Abdul Fullah

Volume/Issue : Volume 8 - 2023, Issue 9 - September

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Humanity has been concerned with punishing lawbreakers for a very long time. The personality of the convicted person changes significantly while they are imprisoned and cut off from society. As a result, the personal values of women come to dominate their lives, giving them a seemingly non-social existence, while values that reflect their social nature become less important. Serving a sentence results in permanent losses for women, their families, communities, and society at large. Every woman possesses the capacity to become a mother both as a biological and social being and as an individual. Using Sierra Leone as an example, a sociological study found that in 2023, 10% of charges made by the police were for fraudulent conversation. Most women are deprived of their basic rights whilst incarcerated and others experienced abuse from fellow prisoners.

Keywords : Prison, Corrections, Women, Convict, Social Work, Conflict, Crime.


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