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Title:Prilagoditev obsojencev na zaporsko življenje : diplomsko delo univerzitetnega študijskega programa Varstvoslovje
Authors:ID Arnič, Tjaša (Author)
ID Hacin, Rok (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Files:.pdf UN_Arnic_Tjasa_2023.pdf (1008,90 KB)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FVV - Faculty of Criminal Justice and Security
Abstract:Prilagoditev na okolje, v katerem se ljudje nahajajo, je za delovanje njih samih zelo pomembno. Obsojenci se za to, da lahko prestanejo zaporno kazen, morajo vsaj delno, če ne v celoti, prilagoditi zaporskemu življenju (zaporskim pravilom, zaporskim delavcem, zaporskemu okolju in ostalim obsojencem). Proces prilagajanja obsojenca je kompleksen, zato smo v diplomskem delu postavili naslednji dve raziskovalni vprašanji: »Kateri dejavniki vplivajo na prilagoditev obsojenca na življenje v zaporu?« in »Kakšno vlogo imajo deprivacijski in importacijski dejavniki v postopku prilagoditve obsojenca na življenje v zaporu?« Ugotovili smo, da na prilagoditev obsojencev na zaporsko življenje vplivajo tri večje skupine dejavnikov: individualne značilnosti, značilnosti kazni in okoljski dejavniki. Omenjene skupine dejavnikov skupaj tvorijo importacijski in deprivacijski model, ki imata prav tako pomembno vlogo pri razumevanju prilagoditve obsojenca na zapor. Študije kot najpomembnejše importacijske dejavnike izpostavljajo starost, socialno podporo, izobrazbo, psihološko stanje obsojenca in predhodno kaznovanost. Med deprivacijske dejavnike pa raziskovalci uvrščajo pomanjkanja, ki obsojenca doletijo ob prihodu v zapor: pomanjkanje heteroseksualnih odnosov, varnosti, pri ženskah z otroki vlogo materinstva, intimnega prostora ter dobrin in storitev. Ugotovili smo, da je modela treba preučevati kombinirano, saj lahko le tako prilagoditev obsojencev na življenje v zaporu razumemo v celoti.
Keywords:obsojenci, življenje v zaporu, deprivacijski model, importacijski model, prilagoditev na zapor, diplomske naloge
Place of publishing:Ljubljana
Place of performance:Ljubljana
Publisher:[T. Arnič]
Year of publishing:2023
Year of performance:2023
Number of pages:IV f., 52 str.
PID:20.500.12556/DKUM-83951 New window
UDC:343.261-052(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:147138307 New window
Publication date in DKUM:30.03.2023
Views:339
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Licensing start date:15.03.2023

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Language:English
Title:Adaptation of prisoners to prison life
Abstract:Adjusting to the environment in which people live is crucial for their functioning. Prisoners must at least partially, if not fully, adjust to life in prison (prison rules, prison workers, prison environment, and other prisoners) during imprisonment. The process of a prisoner’s adjustment is complex. In the bachelor thesis, we explore two issues: “Which factors influence prisoner’s adjustment to life in prison?” and “How do deprivation and importation factors influence prisoner’s adjustment to life in prison?” We identified three large groups of factors that affect a prisoner’s adjustment to life in prison: individual characteristics, characteristics of the prison sentence, and environmental factors. Together, the mentioned factors form the deprivation and importation models, which hold an important role in understanding a prisoner’s adjustment to life in prison. Studies have identified prisoners’ social support, level of education, psychological condition, and previous convictions as the most important importation factors. On the other hand, researchers identified the following deprivations that prisoners face when they arrive in prison: lack of heterosexual relations, lack of safety, the problem of the maternal role among women with children, and lack of private space, goods, and services. Moreover, we have discovered that the two models should be researched in combination as this is the only way we can fully comprehend a prisoner’s adjustment to life in prison.
Keywords:prisoners, life in prison, deprivation model, importation model, adjustment to prison


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