CONDITION OF WOMEN PRISONERS IN MODEL JAIL, CHANDIGARH: A COMMUNICATION STUDY
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Female Prisoners is the study of special subject of research. Prison is an isolated social system and is easier to analyze from a social system perspective than other cases, primarily because society is too complex to examine directly. This research study sheds light on the conditions of women inmates in the Model Jail, Chandigarh, and the conditions that are currently burning issues. Female prisoners face several prison problems, such as cultural, social, economic, physiological, environmental, psychological, etc. The researcher used primary and secondary sources of data collection. The primary data was collected using a self-structured interview schedule, observation method, and secondary data were collected from journals, books, journals, newspapers, government records, and various published and unpublished works.
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