Corrections: A Comprehensive View

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West Pub., 1996 - Mathematics - 651 pages
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Lively and comprehensive, this book presents a history of prisons, the history of corrections programs, and theories of punishment and corrections. It includes sections on prisoner rights, probation, juvenile corrections, and international corrections systems, Real-life examples and Close-Up features illuminate events or places.

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Contents

Different Views Regarding the Objectives
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The Criminal Justice Process Is Complicated 6 Justifications for Punishment of Offenders
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Part Two Historical Perspective
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