In this category, for examples include those who would occasionally want to reprimand me on things that are not related to my job performance. This treatment I have tended to assume arises from deep seated racial anchorage. There seems to be a silent racial profiling in the minds of some leaders so that their decisions are driven more by racial impulse than by merit.There is generally a structural system of parity in treating people so that discrimination is not so much manifestly obvious. However there are undercurrents of discrimination that operate at the levels of race, and age especially. There is racial distrust among some employees and which mostly become evident in matters of performance.Although there is no official system of racial profiling, there exist disparities in the performance expectations so that some people like me are more judged from racial perspective than from plain service. I have often felt discriminated against on the account of my young age. There are those within the workforce who feel threatened by my dedication and determination in the execution of my duties. This treatment often gets down to the inmates who have adjusted to respond in certain ways to the wardens with regard to races. The African Americans will most certainly distrust white wardens while the white inmates have always despised black wardens.I have across some text and work manuals that carry information about people like me. Some of this are encouraging while others are not. On the average however I feel that the manuals are more of biased are they tend to favor certain classes, certain gender, or races as positive examples while others are negative. For example I have rarely come across explicit negative information about the female gender or the white race. For this reason I have tended to feel that a select crop of people are being held up unfairly for promotion or for ridicule respectively. Such manuals I should think are basically created to impress and entrench stereotypes. Other manuals nevertheless are encouraging as they instill American values and professional ethics.Good manuals and texts ones promote parity and reflect on the challenges that face correction officers and how to overcome them. These particular ones have had the effect of bringing down the levels of burnout at times when the work load seems quite intense. Racial and ethnic groups by Richard Schaefer
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Georgia Department of Corrections. (2010). Retrieved December 29, 2010 from http://www.dcor.state.ga.us/GDC/OffenderStatistics/jsp/OffStatsResults.jsp
Valdosta State Prison. (2010). Retrieved December 29, 2010 from http://www.dcor.state.ga.us/GDC/FacilityMap/html/Valdosta_state_prison.html
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