Ethics in Prison Systems

Compares the ethical relativism in prison conditions in England and Pakistan.

In comparing and contrasting the origins and the actualities of the prison systems of both England and Pakistan, it can be seen that the prison systems in both countries are subject to exploration via ethical relativism. In doing so, this paper critiques the notion that the ethical standards – essentially little more than blanket statements or assumptions – put forth by developed nations must be upheld throughout the world.