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crime psychology HEEEEEEEEEEEEELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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sallystrawberry Mon 07-Mar-05 22:04:21

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sallystrawberry Mon 07-Mar-05 22:06:56

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Janh Mon 07-Mar-05 22:12:18

BBC , sally.

google Feltham and gladiators for more.

sallystrawberry Mon 07-Mar-05 22:13:17

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sallystrawberry Mon 07-Mar-05 22:29:58

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Janh Mon 07-Mar-05 22:35:37

what?

sallystrawberry Mon 07-Mar-05 22:39:41

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Janh Mon 07-Mar-05 22:43:58

well the Fe;tham one is a good example I suppose - I mean Manson was crackers so can't be held as responsible as "normal" people but with the Feltham one, the warders must have a large share of the responsibility

Janh Mon 07-Mar-05 22:44:15

However the white one chose to do it

sallystrawberry Mon 07-Mar-05 22:44:47

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Janh Mon 07-Mar-05 22:45:01

i guess you have to decide who was most responsible - I can't believe the warders put them there for fun

sallystrawberry Mon 07-Mar-05 22:47:55

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sallystrawberry Mon 07-Mar-05 22:49:02

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Janh Mon 07-Mar-05 22:51:48

I suppose that, given the psychological state of the whitey, he really couldn't help it to a large extent, so he was less responsible than the bastard warders who chose to put him there.

(I don't suppose this helps you at all but it's interesting to bounce the idea around my addled brain.)

sallystrawberry Mon 07-Mar-05 22:54:16

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Mum2Ela Mon 07-Mar-05 22:54:34

Could you bring labelling theory into it, as in, the racist prison inmate wasn't responsible. He waslabelled as a racist criminal and as such, it became a self-fulfilling prophecy?

Or am I way off?

Janh Mon 07-Mar-05 22:58:56

BBC again

Manson didn't kill anyone himself, apparently - others did it for him - and it was a bit of a race thing.

sallystrawberry Mon 07-Mar-05 23:00:12

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sallystrawberry Mon 07-Mar-05 23:08:04

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sallystrawberry Mon 07-Mar-05 23:12:24

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sallystrawberry Mon 07-Mar-05 23:54:43

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joash Mon 07-Mar-05 23:58:19

Sorry, sally. Not much good to you on this. Been some time since I did Psychology and that was Women & Psychology .

sallystrawberry Mon 07-Mar-05 23:59:33

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mammya Tue 08-Mar-05 00:01:44

Tony Martin I think

mammya Tue 08-Mar-05 00:02:08

sorry posts crossed!

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