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    Third-generation prisons were introduced in the 1970s. How successful has this approach to housing prisoners been? Do you support this form of housing? Why or Why not? 250 words please.

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    Third generation prisons, which are more commonly referred to as third generation jails, have been very successful since their introduction. Basically, we've progressed in times. First generation jails offered minimal contact between jailor and prisoner. In these jails, prisoners were really only monitored and checked on an intermittent basis. More than one prisoner was typically kept in a cell. We then moved to second generation jails, which started the era ...

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