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Prison islands. Their history and present situation

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The specific character of penitentiary total institutions being created in places that use existing natural barriers accompanies the authority’s belief in maximum effectiveness when using these barriers in rehabilitation activities. Such places include, among others, prison facilities located on islands. Both the examples from history and modern times given below make such perception of the prison islands to be treated with great caution.
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89
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184-198
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  • Department of Administration and Sociology, Faculty of Management and Security Sciences, Pomeranian University in Slupsk, 6-7 Kozietulskiego Str., 76-200 Słupsk, Poland
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