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Readings in correctional change.

Readings in correctional change.

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Published by Hogg Foundation for Mental Health in Austin, Tex .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Criminals -- Rehabilitation.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsBarker, Sunny Lu,, Hall, Jay, Williams, Martha Jane Shipe, 1935-, Texas. University. Hogg Foundation for Mental Health, Southwest Center for Law and the Behavioral Sciences
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV9275 R4
    The Physical Object
    Pagination131p.
    Number of Pages131
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17400749M

    Section 1 History of American Corrections 21 another costly aspect of the prison. Also, the labor that could be produced in the individ-ual cells of the Pennsylvania prisons did not compare to the output of the factory-like pris-ons (e.g., New York’s Auburn and Sing Sing prisons) that other states were developing in the 19th century (Rothman File Size: 1MB.   A comprehensive and critical review of corrections, Correctional Contexts: Contemporary and Classical Readings, Fourth Edition, traces the history and development of corrections and punishment as it has evolved in the U.S. over the past few centuries/5.

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Get this from a library. Readings in correctional change. [University of Texas at Austin. Southwest Center for Law and the Behavioral Sciences.; United States.

Book Condition: Former Library book. Light wear with minimal wear on cover and bindings. Light wear with minimal wear on cover and bindings. Pages show minor use% Money Back by: Well now someone has written a book on this very subject; someone who ACTUALLY HAS EXPERIENCE as a Correctional Officer.

The author, Anthony Gangi, shows the reader what manipulation is: the cause & effect, and how officers can counter/fight it/5(13). The book that changed my life in prison After the governor of New York intervened to lift restrictions on prisoners’ reading materials, five current and former inmates explain what books Author: Daniel A Gross.

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Image of stacked books (Photo/Wikimedia) 1. Recommended Readings. RECOMMENDED READINGS/RESOURCES Books and pamphlets. Benedict S. Alper, Prisons Inside‑Out, Alternatives in Correctional Reform (Cambridge, Massachusetts, Ballinger, ) Alternative Workshops, pamphlet, Judicial Process Commission (Genesee Ecumenical Ministries, Plymouth Avenue, South, Rochester, New York ) Am I My Brother's Keeper.

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"This text is a welcome choice for those teaching corrections classes, written from the perspective of an instructor with decades of experience in corrections. The book is easy to read and filled with student-friendly features." —Joycelyn Pollock, Criminal Justice, Texas State University.

Introduction to Corrections provides students with an understanding of basic concepts in the field of corrections.

The book offers comprehensive coverage of both institutional and community corrections, with particular emphasis on the perspective of the practitioner. Students taking corrections classes often have wild misconceptions about prison work and the corrections environment.

A Prisoner’s Reading List began not while he was a history major at N.Y.U. or working at a literary agency in Manhattan but at the Green Haven Correctional Facility, in Stormville, New York.Books shelved as corrections: Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption by Bryan Stevenson, Games Criminals Play: How You Can Profit by Knowing Them.