Effects of Psychosocial Health (Trauma) on Incarcerated in Thane Central JailJournal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.7, No. 9)
Publication Date: 2018-09-05
Authors : P. Sanath Kumar; Jahanara;
Page : 366-368
Keywords : Psychosocial Health; Incarceration; isolation; victimization; judiciary system;
The experience of being locked in a cage has a psychological effect upon everyone made to endure it. A study on The Psychosocial Health (Trauma) on incarcerated in Thane central Jail The effect of Psychosocial health (Trauma) on incarcerated is surrounded by different factors, internal or external to the prison environment. The first is the general condition of inmates in prison which constitutes of issues like food quality served, overcrowding and health. The second is the social isolation and victimization experienced by the researcher this includes the experiences with the legal, police and the judiciary system. Almost half (42.00 %) of the respondents never liked the food in prison they said its bad. Majority (79.00 %) of the respondents had interruption in sleeping and eating. Almost half (42.00 %) of the respondents never liked the food. (66.00 %) majority of the incarcerated feels that there is no proper medical facilities inside the prison. The majority (78.00 %) of the incarcerated feel that there is an injustice in the prison. The majority (96.00 %) of the respondents missing their family, friends or loved once. The factors external to the prison environment play an important role in determining the psychosocial health of an Inmates.
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