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Help Privacy Terms. The presentation of self in everyday life E Goffman. Notes on the management of spoiled identity E Goffman Touchstone , Frame analysis: An essay on the organization of experience E Goffman. E Goffman Bobbs-Merrill , In the qualitative stage, 25 semi-structured interviews with prisoners of both sexes were conducted in the prison units of the capital, the interior, and the Baixada Fluminense area.

The goal was to enrich a study of quantitative orientation, for which reason we sought to listen to the inmates in all of the studied units.

The number of 15 men and 10 women was the quantity possible within the timeline of the research, with no pretension of exhausting the information.

The scripts sought their perceptions about environmental and life conditions, and the influence of institutionalization on their physical and mental health. The qualitative analysis consisted of the following stages: In considering health as resultant of environmental and life conditions, we present the sociodemographic profile of the prisoners, and the relationships and everyday life in the prison, emphasizing issues of overcrowding, leisure, and problems in diet and transportation. The study worked with a sample of 1, men and women.

Of the women, As can be observed in Table 1 , the incarcerated population is young: There are more married men than women, and a large part of both sexes lived alone before incarceration. Even while being in the majority single, separated, or widows, the male prisoners have on average two to three children. Thumbnail Table 1 Percentage distribution of the prisoners in the state of Rio de Janeiro, according to age range, education, marital status, and time in prison.

The little investment in formal education is reflected in the exercise of unstable and unprotected professions and careers. Many men reported they have never had a formal job with labor rights carteira assinada , while others mentioned intense turnover in formal and informal activities.

Men have on average been in prison longer than women: The average period of detention of men is 2.


There is a small percentage of persons serving a sentence of more than ten years, and an even smaller percentage of prisoners serving 20 years or more. It is important to note that the prison time is also dependent on the sentence and, consequently, on the criminal offense committed.

As a group, However, A considerable percentage In cases of abandonment by family members, we observe a clear distinction by gender.

Journal for the Study of Interpersonal Processes , Articles 1—20 Show more. Help Privacy Terms. The presentation of self in everyday life E Goffman. Notes on the management of spoiled identity E Goffman Touchstone , Frame analysis: An essay on the organization of experience E Goffman.

Interaction ritual: On face-work: E Goffman Psychiatry: Behavior in public places: Notes on the social organization of gatherings E Goffman Free Pr , Nevertheless, the complaint is that in incarceration they are not cared for, have few opportunities to prevent illnesses, and that prison agents are hardly concerned with their situation. On the opposite side of these complaints, a small portion of the prisoners consider their health situation to have improved in prison, as they have more time for themselves and seek to protect themselves from risks.

It was principally men who voiced this discourse. One of them commented that he was diagnosed with hypertension and diabetes at the Prison Unit, and began to take care of himself. Another assessed that his eating and sleeping habits are more regimented now, greatly contributing to the improvement of his health.


Such testimonies, however, represent a minority. The statements of the prisoners, in the majority, establish a direct relationship between the structural conditions of the Unit and their physical and mental health problems. While issues of mental health are not the subject of this article, it is important to point out that they are interlaced with physical grievances: Signs of depression were identified in Arch Gen Psychiatry ; 4 6: When referring to medical, psychiatric, or dental treatment, men and women use expressions like: A significant portion of prisoners highlight the delay in emergency care.

The lack of ambulances and prisoner transport is not related to healthcare coordination but to security.

Because of the mistreatment they suffer during transports, prisoners delay any healthcare need that involves leaving the unit for as long as possible. Many angrily said that they have had colleagues die from lack of aid.

This criticism is most present among the prisoners of the capital and the Baixada Fluminense area.

Perhaps the lesser distances between the prisons and the health units of the interior alleviate the situation of waiting for care. The prisoners also express that the distribution of medication is precarious or nearly non-existent. Many complain that they receive the same medication for all of their ailments, and that many times the prescribed medications are not available at the prison, and it falls to their families to download them when they can. This occurs even in the case of continuous usage.

Rev Saude Publica ; 48 2: In the following discussion, only some themes will be addressed: Any study that deals with the prison system has re-socialization — the target objective of prison organization - as a central focus, including aspects related to health. As suggested by the Prison Health Guide 4 4. However, as Foucault reminds us 21 Foucault M.

Vigiar e Punir. Editora Vozes; Goffman E. Perspectiva; The author describes how this sacrifice occurs. The condemned arrives to prison with a given concept of self, forged in primary social relations.

Upon entering, they are immediately stripped of these provisions through a series of debasements, degradations, humiliations, and profanations of their subjectivity: Freudenberg 23 Freudenberg N. Jails, prisons and the health of urban population: J Urban Health ; 78 2: All of these authors note what is reiterated in this article: The epidemiological investigation of Zlodre and Fazel 24 Zlodre J, Fazel S. Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.

Am J Public Health ; Hatzenbuehler et al. The Collateral Damage of Mass Incarceration: Am J Public Health ; 1: Freuenberg 23 The first regards social life, such as its impact on the family structure; the loss of economic opportunities and political participation; as well as how incarceration diverts resources that could be better utilized to attend to social needs. Second, prison as it is experienced today has indirect negative effects on health — as this study also shows — highlighting the adverse conditions in serving the sentence, overcrowding of cells, lack of hygiene, precarious and degraded diet, idleness, violent relationships with prison agents, few opportunities for study, and the absence of formal and creative work.

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Finally, the direct effects on illness are magnified by the conditions of incarceration, such as those encountered in the Rio de Janeiro prison system: As noted in this study, this conglomeration of issues is responded to with a precarious and inadequate process of assistance, which was also confirmed by the research of Wilper et al 26 Results of a Nationwide Survey. Am J Public Health ; 99 4: Taking the case of the state of Rio de Janeiro as an example, we can thus conclude that the prison system as it is structured causes a disproportionate social and health impact on the life of prisoners and their families that mostly live in socially underprivileged urban areas, with concentrations of poor black youth, and where the crime rate is very elevated.

From the point of view of the conditions, situations, and lifestyle of the prisoners, it is important to highlight that the problematic issues of the prisons in the state of Rio de Janeiro and rest of the country do not begin inside them, but begin outside and continue when the prisoners are freed.

Rosanvallon P. The Society of Equals. Harvard University Press; As we see in this study, the vast majority of prisoners have always felt excluded from citizenship, and jail has only come to deepen their sensation of not belonging 28 Castells R. Regarding division by territory, the qualitative and observational study showed that the prisoners in the Baixada Fluminense area are in a worse situation in all aspects, including access to health services.

Based on the issue of gender, we observe that women have many more grievances of physical illnesses and depression than men, and also feel more abandoned by their families, which contributes to their psychological distress.

The World Health Organization 29 OMS; Pragosa CSM. Universidade de Lisboa; Negrelli AM. Porto Alegre: Therefore, the fact that the organization of prisons is generally conceived from a masculine perspective deserves special attention.

Above all, the problems described here unfortunately demonstrate that the civil rights of the prisoners are not guaranteed, and that the context in which they serve their sentence does not prepare them for their re-socialization. Taking into account the organizational and functional problems of the system, it is imperative that we seek alternative forms of punishment, as well as the improvement of environmental, living, and health condition of those who are prisoners.

Considering that the incarcerated population is constituted predominantly by young black and brown persons, residents of the periphery, and that these young people will one day leave the prisons, it is fundamental to invest in policies that are not only capable of re-socializing and reintegrating them socially, but which guarantee their fundamental rights.

From the point of view of health, it is worth reiterating that the prisoners of the State of Rio de Janeiro, in all aspects, are with rare exceptions in a much more disadvantaged and deteriorated condition than the general population.

It should be highlighted that the prison situation in itself potentializes the physical and mental symptoms. But the very precarious way in which preventative and curative care, stipulated by law, are offered to the prisoners contributed to this situation of degradation. It can be stated that the rendering of health services to the incarcerated of the state is in flagrant noncompliance with that which is prescribed by the National Policy of Holistic Healthcare for Persons Deprived of Freedom in the Prison System.

There is an enormous lack of medical professionals, psychologists, dentists, and nursing technicians. And if the statements of prisoners are any indication, the bad situation in the capital becomes even worse in the Baixada area and the interior.Skin diseases — feared by the majority of prisoners, particularly women — have a higher prevalence than in the Brazilian population.

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