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Religion, the community, and the rehabilitation of criminal offenders
LCC: HV9276 .R445 2002 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 365/.66 full (Assigner: dlc)
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Lccn: 2002152630
Table Of Contents
Religion-offender-rehabilitation : questioning the relationship / Thomas P. Oconnor
Prison religion in action and its influence on offender rehabilitation / Thomas P. Oconnor, Michael Perryclear
Religious involvement in the correctional environment / Harry R. Dammer
The role of the prison chaplain in rehabilitation / Jody L. Sundt, Harry R. Dammer, Francis T. Cullen
Intersections of race, religion, and inmate culture : the historical development of Islam in American corrections / Felicia Dix-Richardson, Billy R. Close
Resistance to conversion to Islam among African American women inmates / Felicia Dix-Richardson
Prisoners, prison, and religion : religion and adjustment to prison / Todd R. Clear, Melvina T. Sumter
Religiosity and drug use among inmates in boot camp : testing a theoretical model with reciprocal relationships / Brent B. Benda, Nancy J. Toombs
Denominational differences in self-reported delinquency / Lee Ellis
Evaluating religious initiatives in a correctional setting : do inmates speak? / Andrew Skotnicki
Shame and religion as factors in the rehabilitation of serious offenders / Kenneth D. Jensen, Stephen G. Gibbons
Social theory, sacred text, and Sing-Sing prison : a sociology of community-based reconciliation / Victoria Lee Erickson
The prisoner as scapegoat : some skeptical remarks on present penal policy / T.J. Gorringe
Rethinking God, justice, and treatment of offenders / Ted Grimsrud, Howard Zehr.
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O'Connor, Thomas P. Religion, the community, and the rehabilitation of criminal offenders