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Reactions of Male and Female Inmates to Prison Confinement: Further Evidence for a Two-Component Model

Dzindolet Year of Publication: 1993 Country of Study: USA The goal of the study was to address the limitations of previous studies on the Two-Component Model of inmates’ reaction to prison confinement, and present the analysis of the impact of confinement on both male and female inmates in a federal co-correctional facility. The Two-Component Model proposes that the effects of prison confinement differ in response to two different types of prison conditions: (1) those that remain constant, and (2) those that vary over time