1 edition of Applying psychology to imprisonment found in the catalog.
Applying psychology to imprisonment
1990 by British Psychological Society for the Division of Criminological and Legal Psychology in Leicester .
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Mary McMurran.|
|Series||Issues in criminological and legal psychology -- no.15|
|Contributions||McMurran, Mary., British Psychological Society. Division of Criminological and Legal Psychology.|
|LC Classifications||HV9345.A5 A66 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||65 p. --|
|Number of Pages||65|
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What are the primary constituents of stress in prison, and how can it be ameliorated. The specific conditions that create stress -- from the initial loss of freedom, to overcrowding, victimization and riots -- are described and analyzed. The effects of prison on specific populations: women, minorities, adolescents, and parolees, are also researched.
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References 1. Santosky v. Kramer, U.S. () Cheryl D. Wills, MD Cleveland, OH Disclosures of financial or other potential conflicts of interest: None. Applying Psychology to Author: Babatunde Adetunji. The Social Psychology of Mass Imprisonment Mona Lynch INTRODUCTION The concept of mass imprisonment emerged at the turn of the 21st century in recognition of the intractable nature of the late modern penal explosion, especially in the USA (Lynch, ).
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Edited by David Carson, Becky Milne, Francis Pakes. Chichester, UK: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., pp. $ There are many books that describe the interface between criminal justice and psychology from various vantage points. Applying Psychology to Criminal Justice is noteworthy for itsAuthor: Babatunde Adetunji.
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