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Stasis Grid

Author Info

Source Type

Categorical

Definitional

Causal

Evaluation

Action

Jurisdiction

Up to three names,
write them all; 4+,
write first name et
al. (i.e., Smith et
al.)

(popular, scholarly,
trade, government)

Does X exist?

Is X a Y?

Does X cause Y?
Is Y a result of X?

Is it good or bad?
Fair or unfair?
Harmful or
beneficial?

What should be
done about X?

Who is responsible?

1. American

Popular

Mass
incarceration is
the United
States largest
Human rights
issue

Popular
Washington
Post

Private prisons
are becoming a
large lobbying
entity

Popular
City Journal

Corruption in
Baltimore
prisons has
been
overshadowed
by legislation

As the per
capita of
imprisoned
rises private
prisons will
create a huge
issue that will
only increase
mass
incarceration
Firms are
quietly pouring
money into
politics to
lobby
legislation for
their benefit
Public prison
guards are
being let off the
hook after
crimes
committed in
the prison with
legislation such
as Correctional
Officers Bill of
Rights

Civil Liberties
Union

2. Cohen,

Michael

3. Lane,

Charles

Fair- Describes in
detail why
private prisons
will not solve our
crumbling
criminal justice
system

Good/Beneficialhe brings to the


forefront a huge
issue about
money in politics
Fair- explains
how public
unions can be
corrupt and
protect their
guards even if
they have
committed a
crime

Discuss the
corruption of
the unions and
what can be
done to
regulate them

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Cody

Scholarly
The Sentencing
Project

How private
prison affect
our everyday
lives

5. Wagner,

Popular/Trade

Private prisons
are not the
problem

Author Info

Source Type

Categorical

Definitional

Causal

Up to three names,
write them all; 4+,
write first name et
al. (i.e., Smith et
al.)

(popular, scholarly,
trade, government)

Does X exist?

Is X a Y?

Does X cause Y?
Is Y a result of X?

6. Volokh,

Popular
Washington
Post

Private prisons
might solve an
issue in public
prisons

4. Mason,

Peter

Sasha

Explains what
private prisons
do, what their
purpose is and
what sort of
damage they
are doing
Explains how
private prisons
are not driving
mass
incarceration

Fair/Good- shows
how the problem
might not be with
private firms and
they are mainly a
scape goat for a
larger issue
Evaluation

Indicate what
is actually
driving mass
incarceration

Action

Jurisdiction

Is it good or bad?
Fair or unfair?
Harmful or
beneficial?

What should be
done about X?

Who is responsible?

Fair/harmfulshows how
public prison
have corruption
in them and how
hard it is to
regulate but
advocates for
private prisons
which is nearly
impossible to
regulate

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7. Mulch,

Scholarly

Matthew

8.

Scholarly

Schartmueller,
Doris

9. Mitchelson,

Scholarly

M. L.

10. McKay,

Amy

Scholarly

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Works Cited
"Banking on Bondage: Private Prisons and Mass Incarceration." American Civil Liberties Union. American Civil Liberties Union,
Nov. 2011. Web. 18 Feb. 2016.
Bryant, Sean. "The Business Model of Private Prisons | Investopedia." Investopedia. Investopedia, 22 June 2015. Web. 19 Apr. 2016.
Cohen, Michael. "How For-profit Prisons Have Become the Biggest Lobby No One Is Talking about." Washington Post. The
Washington Post, 28 Apr. 2015. Web. 01 Mar. 2016.
"DEFINITIONS FOR MONEY IN POLITICS TERMS." Home. League of Women Voters, 19 Apr. 2015. Web. 19 Apr. 2016.
Lane, Charles. "Baltimore Behind Bars by Charles Lane, City Journal Spring 2014." Baltimore Behind Bars by Charles Lane, City
Journal Spring 2014. City Journal, Mar.-Apr. 2014. Web. 07 Mar. 2016.
Mason, Cody. "Too Good To Be True." Archives of Ophthalmology 66.3 (2012): 447. Jan. 2012. Web. 18 Feb. 2016.
McKay, Amy. "Buying Policy? The Effects of Lobbyists Resources on Their Policy Success1." Political Research Quarterly 65.4
(2012): 908-923. Web. 24 Mar. 2016.

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Mitchelson, M. L. "The Production of Bedspace: Prison Privatization and Abstract Space." Geographica Helvetica 69.5 (2014): 325333. Web. 24 Mar. 2016
Mulch, Matthew. "Crime and Punishment in Private Prisons." National Lawyers Guild Review 66.2 (2009): 70-94.Web. 24 Mar. 2016.
Schartmueller, Doris. "People Matter More Than Numbers: Organized Efforts against Prison Privatization in Florida." Contemporary
Justice Review 17.2 (2014): 233-249. Web. 24 Mar. 2016.
Wagner, John. "Sanders to Push a Plan to Ban Private Companies from Running Prisons." Washington Post. The Washington Post, 15
Sept. 2015. Web. 13 Apr. 2016.
Wagner, Peter. "Are Private Prisons Driving Mass Incarceration?" Are Private Prisons Driving Mass Incarceration? Prison Policy
Initiative, 7 Oct. 2015. Web. 20 Feb. 2016.
Volokh, Sasha. "Corruption and the Maryland Public-sector Prison Guard Union." Washington Post. The Washington Post, 29 Apr.
2014. Web. 18 Feb. 2016.