Schools must become important places to socialise and resocialise
Her primary argument is that 'the social ties forged in prison ultimately foster social norms that are anathema to broad-based, cooperative community engagement' and 'the result is that, by sending people to increasingly punitive and dangerous prisons, we do not resocialise
them into the norms and roles of American culture.
Women actively participated in the creation of this pseudodomestic space, bringing food, belongings, and personal traditions into the penitentiary and "thereby attempting to domesticate or resocialise
the carceral setting by making it more like the familial world", through the "fabrication of a romanticized 'home' " which for some "surpasses that which exists away from the prison walls" (Comfort, 2008, page 122).
To achieve system-wide changes, Australian teacher education may be well advised to follow the European lead (European Commission, 2010) and resocialise
its teachers and students so that school education can, and will, stop education processes the way they were conducted in the past centuries; and instead realise that the current knowledge era can ill-afford teachers who believe in the exclusive power of 'knowledge telling'.
We have retreated into our homes and we need to reclaim the streets, to resocialise
the streets, the parks, the playgrounds.
A YOU could try to resocialise
her with other dogs in a controlled environment or it might be an idea to contact a dog trainer for her to show you some basic training techniques.