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The structures Foucault chooses to use as his starting positions help highlight his conclusions. In particular, his choice as a perfect prison of the penal institution at Mettray helps personify the carceral system. Within it is included the Prison, the School, the Church, and the work-house (industry) - all of which feature heavily in his argument. The prisons at Neufchatel [ disambiguation needed ] , Mettray , and Mettray Netherlands [ clarification needed ] were perfect examples for Foucault, because they, even in their original state, began to show the traits Foucault was searching for. They showed the body of knowledge being developed about the prisoners, the creation of the 'delinquent' class, and the disciplinary careers emerging. 
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In: Encyclopedia of Educational Theory and Philosophy, ed. Phillips. Thousend Oaks, CA: Sage 2014. Vol. 2. Pp. 455-458.