the prison operates on the level of the subject, first by developing truths about crime and criminal, then by methodologies adopted in the modern prison. Justified by law or legal precedents, the prison develops a system of proper proceedings to operate. Prisoners confided in the cells are under surveillance of guards most of the time. Criminals who were prone to exerting violence outside are forced to behave according to the prison norms, otherwise, they will be punished and suffer more torments than a disciplined prisoner. They may show great resistance against these forceful disciplines at the early time, yet the compulsive norms within the prison would display their power and strength through repetitive actions, until they submit to them. In this way, the power of law and norms shape the culture within the prison, and gradually forms the pattern of performance /performativity of the people living with it. People who have been in prison for years usually feel quite unaccmomodated with the society he used to live in when they are first set free, which in poststructuralists’ point of view, is a manifestation of how culture, as enforced by power, shapes subjectivity.