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Improving Economic Sanctions In The States, Jessica M. Eaglin Jan 2015

Improving Economic Sanctions In The States, Jessica M. Eaglin

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Neorehabilitation And Indiana's Sentencing Reform Dilemma, Jessica M. Eaglin Jan 2013

Neorehabilitation And Indiana's Sentencing Reform Dilemma, Jessica M. Eaglin

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Against Neorehabilitation, Jessica M. Eaglin Jan 2013

Against Neorehabilitation, Jessica M. Eaglin

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In the face of severe budget constraints, bipartisan calls for reform, dropping crime rates, and judicial intervention, states are seriously considering and implementing criminal justice reform to manage prison populations for the first time in three decades. Scholars agree that states need a guiding theory to transform emergency and short-term reforms into a long-term shift in policy and practice away from mass incarceration. Numerous scholars advocate for a return to an improved theory of rehabilitation to guide the states in implementing such reform. This return-through neorehabilitation, or the rehabilitation of rehabilitation-centers on the use of evidence-based programming and predictive tools ...


The Prisoner's Dilemma And Mutual Trust: Comment, Robert L. Birmingam Jan 1969

The Prisoner's Dilemma And Mutual Trust: Comment, Robert L. Birmingam

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