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Do your “Sign of the Times”Assignment. Use the discussion  tab on the tool bar to the left of your screen and the “Discussion room”  to post your SOTT presentation (synopsis). Students should post feedback and questions about the periodical to the presenter.  Submit your presentation (your written synopsis) and one feedback you received from your fellow student here to me. * See syllabus for directions on how to do the “Sign of the Times”. Try looking up the following website as it could aid you in your assignment:  3 paragraphs is good. Let it pretain to culture. 

here is an example of how it should look.

Student Name
SOTT # 1

A woman in Maricopa County Arizona was serving a twenty-seven month prison sentence for
prostitution when she was left out in an outdoor, open-air pen as punishment. This woman died
from heat related complications that stemmed from second and third degree burns on her hands
and face. At the time of autopsy, she had an internal temperature of 104 degrees.

This “punishment” was ambiguously reported as an alternative to using force on an inmate
and was called “watch them out” discipline. Supposedly, there was a two-hour maximum limit for
an inmate to be inside one of these correction pens. This woman was left there for over four hours
on the day that she died. Additionally, reports were indicated that other inmates had been left for
even longer periods; none of them had the poor taste to die from their torture and bring to light
the inhumane treatment of inmates at this facility. At present, the only punishment for those
involved in her death that has been decided is employment termination or suspensions. Those
disciplinary actions can be appealed and there has not been a determination if the district
attorney’s office will press criminal charges or what those charges might be.

This is related to our poverty class because this woman was a member of the underclass in our
society and she was treated this way because the people in charge felt like no one would care
about what happened to a prostitute and they could treat her anyway they wanted to. This woman
had probably spent most of her life being abused and the cycle continued but was perpetrated by
those in the criminal justice system that are suppose to exemplify moral and legal behavior. This
woman was tortured to death because of a morality law that most likely ignored the male
involved in the prostitution case.