Incarcerated Woman Rehabilitative Programming in Women's Prisons
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Description: For courses in Women & the Criminal Justice System and special topics in Criminal Justice. Written by some of the foremost scholars in the area of feminist criminology, this text provides the most comprehensive, cutting-edge overview of treatment/rehabilitative policies and programming for women prisonersan area often slighted in research and practice. Each chapter addresses the theory, practice, policies, and issues of a different aspect of rehabilitative programming needs of women in prisone.g., education, health needs, mental health issues, abuse issues, substance abuse issues, parenting issues, and discharge planning for women prisoners. The focus throughout is on the needs of women prisoners, the ability of current programming to meet those needs, and what could be done.
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List price: $77.00
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 3/4/2002
Size: 6.75" wide x 9.00" long x 0.25" tall
|The Problem: Rising Female Incarceration Rates|
|Reinventing Women's Corrections: Challenges for Contemporary Feminist Criminologists and Practitioners|
|Educational and Vocational Training|
|Stereotypes and Vocational Programming for Women Prisoners|
|Does Rehabilitative Justice Decrease Recidivism for Women Prisoners in Oklahoma?|
|Health Care for Women Prisoners|
|Issues in the Availability of Health Care for Women Prisoners|
|Pregnant Prisoners: Health, Security, and Special Needs Issues|
|Doing Time in the Shadow of Death: Women Prisoners and HIV/AIDS|
|Issues in Mental Health and Substance Abuse|
|Responding to the Needs of Women Prisoners|
|Treating the Woman Prisoner: The Impact of a History of Violence|
|The State-of-the-Art in Substance Abuse Programs for Women in Prison|
|Family and Parenting Issues|
|Mothers in Prison: Issues in Parent-Child Contact, Susan F. Sharp|
|Preparing for Return to Society|
|Leaving Stronger: Programming for Release|
|Where Do We Go from Here?|