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Informed by three underlying themes ' theories matter, context matters, and evidence matters ' Frank Cullen in Correctional Theory has written a ground-breaking book that examines the variety of theoretical orientations applied to past and current corrections theory and practice and points the way to future improvements in policies and practices.
Table of Contents
|From Theory to Policy: Evidence-Based Corrections|
|Correctional Theory in Crisis: America's Changing Context|
|Just Deserts: Doing Justice or Getting Tough?|
|Deterrence: Scaring Offenders Straight|
|Incapacitation: Locking Up the Wicked|
|Restorative Justice: Reintegrative Shaming|
|Rehabilitation: What Works to Change Offenders|
|Early Intervention: Saving Children From a Life in Crime|
|Four Correctional Lessons: Choosing Our Future|
|About the Authors|
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