Intelligence, income inequality and prison rates: It’s complicated

There was some talk on Twitter around prison rates and inequality: I wonder why. "Rates of imprisonment are higher in unequal countries t.co/ibDN21PqZX" t.co/EJy9vSCMFL MT @ChartsandMaps — JayMan (@JayMan471) January 10, 2015 And IQ and inequality: Here @JayMan471 i plotted it for you. rank-order r is higher and more proper (data not normal). pic.twitter.com/QzHDwxeIC4 —…

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Women in prisons in percent

I stumbled across some Men Right’s Activist websites, which i had not payed particularly attention to before, and found something that sounded dubious: There are roughly 5100 men in Swedish prisons and almost 300 women – which is the most disproportionate inmates number by gender in Europe and an obvious proof of leniency propensity on…

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