Jose Rivera discusses prison culture and the use of labeling by inmates and administrators. He highlights the use of these markers to identify race, affiliation, and past criminal activity, as well as how that affects cell arrangements and separation of inmates that may not be compatible.
Personal Perspective: Prison Culture
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