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In response to your peers, consider their arguments and describe whether you agree or disagree with them. Consider the following:

  • Are there parts of their arguments that you agree with? If so, which ones? If not, which parts do you disagree with? Be specific.
  • Is there something that your peers said that made you reevaluate your position, even slightly?
Crystal Burks posted Jan 22, 2022 10:52 AM
I think that either stand made on this subject is correct to some extent, but when looking at it in a whole unspoken rules between people are a norm. Take, for instance, the ‘girl code’ or the ‘guy code’… there are various ‘rules’ genders follow to stay in the good graces of those in their gender circle. Every culture and subculture have a standard in which they follow. As far as the actual rules go, the inmate code is fairly similar to the code of the ghetto or lower income neighborhoods, or in areas with higher crime rate areas. The key elements to the inmate code is basically to keep everyone involved as content as possible and to reduce violent activity. Don’t create problems, don’t give bad vibes, and keep your word. Rules to live by, right? I mean, while it is a bit more complicated and in depth than that, that is pretty much it. Most cultures have the same codes to live by. If your friend lies to you, you no longer trust that friend. That’s the same concept inside the prison system as well. Some differences are obvious, but mostly it is very similar. As I mentioned above, some cultures are more similar in nature. Usually, the lower class citizens have a like-minded approach to how life should be. Don’t snitch- because these ghetto areas are usually inhabited by gang members, drug dealers, addicts, and ‘hoodrats’. These places are not all the same, some have a different culture, but most of them are full of the societal degenerates that thrive on crime and drugs. I am not saying that there is no good in some people, I am only stating that some people chose to disregard the good for themselves and go down the wrong path. 

Heidi McIntyre posted Jan 19, 2022 9:52 PM

I would agree that inmate code differs from our culture’s moral code.  I believe this to be true as they are just surviving in prison where the outside world is living life to its maximum potential.  The three items of the code that stuck with me were “don’t trust guards”, “be a man and be tough”, and “never rat on another inmate” (James, 2015).  These are all instinctive means of surviving in a difficult environment.  When you compare these to outside manners such as be honest, humble, and kind, it clearly shows a difference approach. If I had to name an outside population that practiced some sort of inmate code, it would be law enforcement (ironically).  They don’t rat each other out, they don’t trust their internal affairs, and they are a brotherhood that sticks together. Gangs are another population that could reflect the inmate code.  I thought it was interesting that the video referred to the inmate code as a set of rules and values, as it is nothing but survival of the fittest, and something that naturally occurs as a way to survive.  Our culture’s moral code is comprised of generations of instilled values and morals that encourage us to work hard, be kind, and pay it forward when you are able.  I am not able to see how they are similar in any way so will be interested in reading some other posts to get another perspective.  


James, E. (2015, November 9). We don’t need new prisons, we need a new prison culture. The Guardian. Retrieved from

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